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Fresh update on "oregon" discussed on Buck Sexton

Buck Sexton

00:23 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "oregon" discussed on Buck Sexton

"The past about that rely on some positivity data, and we don't see anything especially alarming about Emma. I'm coming for the try County area that Portland side, longer says. While the percentage of positive test is over 5% in Multnomah County, it's not growing significantly being while health officials report nine new deaths and 423 new cases of covert 19 and Oregon today in Salem, the Oregon Legislature House Revenue Committee is considering disconnecting Oregon from the federal tax code changes that are part of the federal Code. 19 relief money. Republican State Representative Eat Warner. Reschke says the disconnect could cost Oregon Businesses and individuals. There is a possibility that Oregonians they're gonna pay state taxes on the.

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Portland mayor decries violent protesters as props for Trump

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 20 hrs ago

Portland mayor decries violent protesters as props for Trump

"The mayor of Portland Oregon has angrily denounced protesters who tried to set a police precinct on fire with workers inside mayor Ted Wheeler didn't mince words you are not demonstrating you are attempting to commit murder after weeks of anti police protests and the withdrawal of federal officers he says a mob went way too far Wednesday trying to set a police station ablaze exits were blocked they were barricaded shut with cars and with two by fours security cameras were disabled and accelerates refused to sack and grow fires tear gas was deployed to disperse the crowd Wheeler told the protesters they're participating in the re election of Donald Trump saying that they'll be featured on the images used in trump campaign ads bolstering his law and order platform I am Jackie Quinn

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Fresh update on "oregon" discussed on Buck Sexton

Buck Sexton

00:39 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "oregon" discussed on Buck Sexton

"Our top local story after a $3 billion version of a bridge across the Columbia River failed 11 90. Katie Exes Michael Desmond says efforts are underway to try again. What was the Columbia River Crossing is now the I five Bridge replacement project. Portland Democrats State Senator Lieu Frederick Hopes rail is part of this considering How commuter rail might fit into high speed commuter rail, not just like really like fit into this whole mix. The current timeline has the replacement for the bridge The links Vancouver in Portland to begin construction in 2025. White House Corona Virus Task Force member Dr Deborah Burkes set on conference call the Portland Is a covert 19 hot spot there watching Oregon State health officer Dr Dean Side linger, says Multnomah County is on the state's watch list because about half the cases can't be traced to a source. We know that comment I made in.

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Expert Says U.S. Current Trend in Coronavirus Cases Isn’t Sustainable

Mark Mason

06:55 min | 1 d ago

Expert Says U.S. Current Trend in Coronavirus Cases Isn’t Sustainable

"With us. Dr. John Wade CI, the professor of the Global Health Programme, professor of health system and policy program. And the director of the Center for Global Health College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. And Dr CI Welcome back to the Mark Mason Show. It's my pleasure to be back with you. Well, I'm glad to hear your voice again. I always use you is kind of our update into the really world of Corona virus. What's really going on and a lot has happened since we last talked. On that the virus seems to be more prevalent than ever. But we seem to be learning to live with it. I suppose one of the virus limits we can live with. I mean, we won't like it. But can we get by at this rate? No. We add a to high rate a TTE this great, many, many stay or counties there. Health care for city would not be able to 15 we We have to bring down because most European and Asian country at much lower levels, so they are able to lead you much higher level of activity, which we still cannot. And so if we maintain this high level or pandemic, it will hurt both our economy and people's life and health, and so we had to do something to bring it down to a much lower level. Wow. I don't know how we do that. The governor's talked about maybe travel restrictions. Is that one possible thing we should seriously look at where maybe people from high incident states are are not allowed to come where they if they do. Come there, quarantined. Well, it is. It's It's a good idea, in theory, but in practice will be very difficult to implement. Because he had to send lots of people to monitor to supervise and that costs money. So are you thinking another lock down or slow down? No, no, I think for the last Upfield. Early June, We duty our 2.5 months left town. And we see the serious impact on Mike, honey, and I don't think al economy can sustain more locked down. What we need to do is to learn how to live. Save it. How to operate our business. I work safety and one particular major. Uh, I know the difficulty but that's very critical measure, not just Oregon. But slowly, 90 states we were not able to implement and that is one of the biggest reason we are in this high level off epidemic. So remember in my early and Evi I mentioned that there are three step process. That's important. The first step is contact tracing. The second step is testing and so We're not doing a superb job, but we have the great improvement compare with March or April in term of the first step. But we still fail on the last step that is after the testing. What do we do with the confirmed cases So far, we only isolate people with moderate to see via symptoms. And completely neglected people with mild or no symptoms, and the latest studies, said just people with mild to know Simpson. They accounted for about 80% of total infection. But this 80% of total infection also, if we don't contain them, they also contribute to about 70 to 80% of new infection. Just think about this way. We pay attention to the Penta pus it with more moderate to severe symptoms contained them. But we let the other 80% continue to spread the virus free tea, and it will be a miracle if we don't have. Ah, hi. Hi. Cases continue to be in this house. How did we get more testing? I mean, we can barely my doctor tells me that he has no more tests because they've shipped him off to Florida and Texas and other states that need him. That's a problem I was comparing with Beck in March or April, Wright had done better dimension. We're not doing a super job during the testing as well, Well, I'm with you on the testing, and they and the containment. It's just a question of Why aren't we doing it? There are multiple reason one if people are still resisting the idea ofthe isolation and quality scene and the other financial Many Asian country. I don't know much about European country mediation country like Taiwan, they when they have a mandatory quarantine, isolation, government pay for the costs and company people. The example of Taiwan in their quarantine and isolation. Everyone who and the quarantine everyday received about equipment to certify us started per day for 14 days. So people who need to be quarantined need to be compensated because they lost income and we're not able to do that. I know we're on our financial crunch. So it's both financial reason but also political social reason, because people are not waiting. Yeah, I would have to be afraid, though. Doctors at the AA liberal Mike what would fake Corona virus just so he could sit at home for two weeks and get paid by the government? But there's you know, there's the question of you gotta have the test and it's got to come back positive. So I'm with you. I think a lot of listeners were with you test and contained testing contain, And maybe that's what they should be trying to come up with. In the way of money in Washington, D C right now, the World Health Organization says We should not expect a miracle where a vaccine is concerned. Are we being spoon fed in folded a cure A vaccine, If you will make may not be what we think it's going to be. So that I have some reservations because we still know ability to about the vaccine because there's no effective action available yet. I think I just saw the news. Russia has a plan to have a effective action by October, and we don't know how safe it is, but I think they're waiting between safe and effectiveness. For the U. S. I think the earliest might be the beginning of next year. And I cannot say anything about how effective it is because we haven't seen that yet. We don't know yet, but most likely given the nature of the disease, even an effective vaccine. The immunity may not last very long. If the image can last up to a year. That would be wonderful, but most likely will be somewhere between six months and 12 months. That means we may need to do more than one dose of

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Fresh update on "oregon" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:34 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "oregon" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"To the restaurant and lounge, and so are the health suspect inspectors. Are in our facilities every day. Every week again. It's a health department, the health inspectors for some reason, I think only you can put your hands around whether thinking Greg Olsen, with Washington State Bowling Proprietors Association says We're among the few states to not allow bowling during the pandemic. We've got some centers in Spokane. Clarkston, opponent for the customers coming back into their local polling center, picking up their equipment driving across the border into Oregon and Idaho to bowl After 63 years, Glacier lanes in Everitt had to close its doors permanently. Brad Swartz hopes the governor will change his mind soon or other bowling establishments could face the same fate. You've got a.

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Lack of study and oversight raises concerns about tear gas

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

Lack of study and oversight raises concerns about tear gas

"The use of tear gas on demonstrators during police violence protests around the country has raised concerns about its safety Justin what France while publishes an alternative newspaper in Charlotte North Carolina he was live streaming a protest there on June second and was in a crowd of demonstrators when police son leased a volley of tear gas when I got my face on fire mas empire Charlotte Mecklenburg deputy police chief Jeff Estes says tear gas can be an effective way to control the crowd and protect officers I don't think it is the last decided where we have our control agents to use which are less less lethal there irritants are that we should have to resort to shields and sticks but Oregon congressman Earl Blumenauer once the environmental protection agency to investigate the use safety and oversight of tear gas on my campus

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Fresh update on "oregon" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:44 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "oregon" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"Means increasing spread of the Corona virus. We also expect to learn about the recent spread of the virus in different age groups. We'll bring you that report as soon as we have it. I'm Siro marrow King County public health, sending inspectors into bars and restaurants to help control a disturbing rise in covert cases. Director Patty Hey says inspectors will educate business is about safety measures, like using masks and screening workers as well as identify and enforce where corrective action may be necessary if taverns, cafes and restaurants Comply. Their permits could be suspended and health authorities in Oregon, saying the weekly case count has plateau there. Following statewide covered. 19 restrictions have plummeted during the last two months. The Oregon Health Authority reported 423 new Corona virus cases yesterday, increasing the state's total count more than 20,600. In addition, there were nine new covert 19 related deaths. The state's death toll in Oregon now is 348. I'm Jeff Pooja Look, Washington's tech sector appears to be in good shape, according to a new report. More than one in 10 workers is employed in technology and a major export of the state is software and technology services, according to Geek wire. Additionally, Washington State has some of the highest tech salaries of anywhere in the country. A nationwide salmonella outbreak tied to contaminated onions includes a number of cases in our state. The onions, which worshipped starting may 1st have since been recalled by the manufacturer. They were sold under a variety of names in either carton or mesh sacks ranging from 2 to £50. At least 10 of the salmonella cases have been reported in King County. The rest of the cases, they're spread across several other counties Still to come on the CO Moh afternoon news sucking in your gut a little these days. I'm Brian Calvert with couple who discovered some simple ways to actually lose those pandemic pounds. 304 Here's Marino with our co Moh traffic..

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Digging for the truth

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:57 min | 1 d ago

Digging for the truth

"The Welcome to kiss Miss Mystery signed your host. Kit crump night been receiving a usual amount of people wondering how I tracked down the facts refined the truth when I'm working on a story. So I'm going to run down the process I'd take when investigating and urban legend and try to give a couple of examples, I i. look for anyone that actually experienced the event if that individual doesn't want to talk to me, which is usually the case. Then, I attempt to track down a witness to the event. Often when there are someone that actually experienced a paranormal event, let's say they are often embarrassed or reluctant to speak to anyone for fear, they're going to be criticized or accused of making up the entire event in some cases that involve things political or the government I can utilize the freedom of information. Act But they usually take forty five days or more to respond if the event. Is something that was reoccurring. Then I can tap into police be I reports. However, they are often. So editor redacted with black lines disliked trying to figure out a code to best understand the process will recite a couple of examples I of flying saucer that crashed at Roswell keep in mind that I'm going to leave out a lot of detail and I'm only going to explain off the flying saucer itself no alien bodies involved in this first. Trace the image of a saucer back to nineteen forty seven in horten brothers who created both a saucer and flying wing both brothers were brought back to the United States with two hundred and fifty other scientists at the end of the war in something that was called project paper clip. You may have heard of this where in the United States could the Horton's and other scientists work well, area fifty one of course at what became area fifty one. I continue this option that they would continue work on the flying wing or flying saucer I. Now Research Project Rainbow is a program using some of Tesla's science in an effort to move a battleship from point a to point b you might know this as a Philadelphia experiment. The idea was not to make anything invisible simply to move it from one place to. Another and the military failure they had made a small battleship both vanish and move from one point to another. Now, they bring that science to the Horton saucer and it becomes up flying saucer. The problem is that they can't control the Horton's flying saucer any better than the L. Ridge which was the battleship they tried it out on initially with line saucer vanishes and. then. Reappears eight hundred miles away word crashes at Roswell New Mexico this. You'd give you a very rough idea of the thinking connecting process. Keep in mind that if I have a strange unexplained event, I don't want to go to the authorities or police wrath be I with whatever because they are not equipped for accurate reports on things that go bump in the. Night that leads me to my second example a while back I got a book did explained away dozens and dozens of urban legends is a hundred percent boss. But when I opened the book to the first one, the author said, it could possibly be happening yet. I know for a fact, kidney harvesting does happen and is going on in the United States right now. The book explained away the notion that people are having their kidneys harvest it well, here's what I know. Twenty years ago I was in a restaurant with my editor. The booking question was my book body parts a story I had written about the sale of block market body parts as I was explaining the research a waitress came over and told us how some of her friends had gone to New Orleans and one of them strayed from the group in hoax. So picking up a woman for the night, they had all been. Showing an apartment and she said he would join them in the morning. If he simply ended up closing down a few bars long story short when he didn't show up, they manage to track him down to a flop house where they found him in a bathtub filled with ice less one kidney. So they get into a local hospital at an after examination. The doctor tells them that the surgery necessary to remove that kidney without killing the patient had been carried out in a surgical unit with a team of surgeons trained to. Remove a kidney. This waitress didn't know either my editor or myself. She said her friend who lost a kidney lives in Ashland Oregon but I never tried to contact him but you could see from this second example, how many urban legends are often just dismissed out of hand. The author of that book I was mentioning dismissed the kidney harvesting only consulted police in several doctors. Of course, neither of his sources would have anything to do with kidney harvesting for a lot of different reasons not to mention that harvesting any Oregon is. A federal offense

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Fresh update on "oregon" discussed on Buck Sexton

Buck Sexton

00:39 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "oregon" discussed on Buck Sexton

"Local story. Oregon Health officials report nine you deaths and 423 new cases of covert 19 today but 11 90 Katie Exes Brad Ford says Oregon is making progress against the Corona virus. A number of new coma. 19 cases in Oregon is leveling off. The transmission rate is one, which means each person who gets the virus spreads it to only one other person, and the positive test rate is 6.2%. State health officer Dr Dean Site linger These numbers. About that many Oregonians are taking action to stem the speed at which the virus is spreading. Silencer says. If Oregonians continue to watch their hands, wear masks and avoid social gatherings, the numbers will start to go down. Starting on Monday, out of state campers using Oregon State parks will have to pay a 30% surcharge. Chris Hovel with the Parks Department says they're sending a message to folks who are travelling during the pandemic really want people who are travelling in from out of state. Just to take a moment to think deeply about whether they long distance travel. That's a good idea. Right now. The rate for a full service RV site will jump from 33 to 42 bucks a night. But out of state visitors, who made reservations before Monday won't have to pay that extra dozen.

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A Song For Peace

The Promised Podcast

05:17 min | 1 d ago

A Song For Peace

"This is the story of a song that is in a way the story of this country in the spring of Nineteen, sixty-nine at a sidewalk cafe on Richmond Street tucked in from the corner of Dizengoff. Street in Tel Aviv a twenty four year old poet named Yakov or Janka wrote Blit met a twenty five year old musician and arranger named yet year Rosenbloom and the two men became friends the cafe was called California and the. Place, itself said something about the people who made a habit of spending their days especially, their long nights there. The first thing to know about Cafe California is what it wasn't just one hundred and twenty five meters up Dizengoff was a legendary Bohemian cafe called carseat. It had been in operation since nineteen, thirty five, and since then it was the place where you can find some of Jewish palestines and then Israel's greatest poets and writers. On Alterman and Lebron's Sean Ski. Lay. Goldberg. Alexander Penn great writers who had been young and who grew old drinking coffee in the afternoon and vodka in Iraq at night at the simple spare tables of cassette alongside these luminaries in the nineteen sixties. New Generation staked claims at the table, the actor or. The singer Oregon Stein the architect Yaakov wreck there and many others cafe California was not seat from its vantage half of long block away even the young people at seat where old carseat was yesterday's Bohemia California was today's Cafe California was founded in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, nine by a man named Ab Netanyahu who was only thirty two. Then that had lived a good deal of life. Netanyahu was born in nineteen twenty seven in the southwest corner of what is now Iran in a place called Abedin on the Persian Gulf just. Across the border from Bosra not far from Kuwait at six he was sent to board at Saint. Mary's a Jesuit School in Mumbai where you had an aunt, his parents abandoned. Persia. For India when he was twelve at sixteen and Nineteen, forty three, he lied about his age and joined the Royal Indo British Air Force in time after he trained to watch the Second World War wind down at twenty one he came to fight in Israel's war of independence and never left taking a job as an El Al pilot when he was decommissioned. It was with a few restless L. Buddies that Netanyahu opened cafe. California soon, it was filled with the city's young wannabe writers, directors and poets the people most eager to knock from their sinecures the city's old writers, directors, and poets who argued and held forth at carseat. Ab Thanh was a magnet for Bohemians and he came alive when he was with Bohemians, their company produced in him at once a sense of satisfaction. He had found his people but also a sense of restlessness eighty, nine ton was in constant search of his next Gig in nineteen sixty five he ran for Knesset advice of a friend who worked in PR he pledged that if he was elected, he would fly to Egypt to meet with General Nasser to seek peace after he failed to win a seat in parliament, he anyway bought a nineteen twenty seven steer. Men by playing that, he named piece one on February twenty, eighth nineteen, sixty six, he took off and flying low to avoid Israeli radars he landed in Port Saieed the Egyptians sent him back the next day Nassar had refused to see him back home a retired David Ben Gurion told reporters that not tons trip was an event of moral and political importance and quote pope. Pious gave him a medal of peace and Robert Kennedy and Bertrand Russell sought out his company not much later the notion took hold of Natanz, that music held the key to altering. Israeli. In the summer of Nineteen Sixty Nine AB NATANZ bought a Dutch cargo ship named MVP SEATO MVP stands for motor vessel and he rechristened it the MVP piece from Holland he sailed to New York to raise money and set up a shipboard radio station. His plan was to anchor in the Mediterranean outside territorial waters of Egypt and Israel and broadcast songs of peace that might open the minds of Israelis any. Alike his sojourn to New York stretched biblically three years would pass before he returned with ship in good repair with mixers, turntables, ABC cartridge machines, reel to reel tape machines, and fifty kilowatt transmitter to help not on- by what he needed John. Lennon. And Yoko Ono signed hundreds of posters of the two of them in bed in Amsterdam their famous bet in which not on sold to raise money for audio equipment. John Lennon also offered not time yet. Rolls. Royce grads to sell at auction, but the practical impediments of shipping the grand car stymied the business, the carpenters, Johnny Mathis and other musicians recorded for non promotional clips in praise of peace. Not an idea was that new music might open minds in Israel Egypt. The station eventually began to broadcast in nineteen seventy-three as the voice of peace

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Carnivore Diet Myths Debunked

Ben Greenfield Fitness

07:17 min | 1 d ago

Carnivore Diet Myths Debunked

"Is up guys welcome to this solo cast episode think you'd have been Greenfield for the questions which I will be answering in Solo casts episode. As many of you may know I've written the book, the Cardboard Code Rushing the video. You can see there behind me, this podcast will be released the first week of August twenty twenty one the second edition of my book is now live. So if you enjoy information check out the book dot, Carnivore Code Dot Com if you guys are new to this you. Haven't heard me talk to Ben. About the Carnivore Diet to previous podcasts on the Carnivore Diet you may WanNa check out in addition to this. So I was on Ben's podcast in March of Twenty nineteen and then last year or earlier this year when the first edition of the came out, I did the first solo cast on Ben's episode on Ben's show in which I answered some reader questions, not the Carnivore Code and after Ben read the book, He me a list of questions that he had about. The were code and that is what I will be diving into more specifically today on this solo casts episode. As many of you know Ben is a student of this stuff about chemistry. So some of these questions are pretty detailed try and break them down as clearly as I can. There's a lot of good nuance here that I think bring guys a lot of value. If you are more interested in ain't virata your Ordina, I'll give you three minutes summary Now for dive into some of these finer points the. Carnivore Diet is is an idea of an animal based I in contradistinction to plant based sides of today, the feces that I advance in my book the Carnivore Code are twofold in broad terms. The first is the animal foods specifically red meat and ruminant animals have been incorrectly vilified the last seventy years mostly at the by the result or as a result of incorrectly done science based on observational epidemiology. We have answer keys to thank for that. In many ways I've done a great podcast on my show with Natasha. Wrote Big Fat surprise in which we breakdown many of the myths surrounding saturated fat. So I probably will not get into saturated fat in this episode today. But if you want to know why we have such a bad misunderstanding, saturated fat listened to that episode on my podcast, we go into the details of saturated fat why it's actually very healthy for humans approach to get into it a little bit. Today with steering acid later but that is a big big misconception. There are many other misconceptions regarding read me that will cause cancer that will cause heart disease that it was shorten your life. Some of those will address today they are all addressed in my book, but they are all false none of them are supported by real interventional science actual experiments. They are false claims made based on observation deeming allergy. That has been widely misinterpreted and is inherently flawed Ben and I have talked about this in the past on previous shows. So referred of those. So the first of the book, a Carnivore Co is that Red Meat Animal Foods knows detail organ meets, which I want to talk about a lot today are critically important in the human diet. The part of every humans diet if we wish to be healthy and optimal and they should not be shunned based on incorrect science embrace the red meat especially. And know that you need those meeting Oregon's in order to thrive Ben I know is becoming more and more a fan of organ meats. He many nose to tail meals in the past together with the great. Great. Enjoyment in there are many amazing stories of that and let him tell you at some point in the future. The second thesis of the book is the plant foods exist on a toxin spectrum plants are rooted in the ground. They have no defenses other than the toxins they have evolved. This is not really conjecture botanical science. In the Condor Code I discussed multiple studies showing there are thousands and thousands of plant toxins that are present in plants and these can be harming. It's my golden writing. This book is not commit everyone to stop eating all plants. It's to empower you to realize to fold as saying here now that red meat and animal foods are the most nutritious foods on the planet that I mean containing the most bioavailable sources of all the nutrients humans need to thrive and number two that if you're not kicking as much fun as you want, you may be you may be well served by considering the plan foods you're eating on A. Spectrum which also outlined in the book and eliminating the plants that are most toxic that may be harming you in a variety of ways plans make defense chemicals. This is undeniable and again again all out in the book, it's a very comprehensive book over six hundred fifty references, and that is a broad strokes outlook on the way that I think humans really should be eating the first part. Of the book is about evolution we talk about the human brain is talking about the human brain in book at that point, and I talk about how it's gotten very big very quickly over the last two, million years primarily as a result of humans eating meat hunting I'm going to answer some questions been had in regard to this that in this podcast in secondarily I, talk about the fact. that. When we began agriculture are health when south very quickly and there's very good evidence that this is the really the massive change in the nutritional density of our foods accompanied that as we were hunting less and I will talk about that specifically in this podcast because Ben asked a question about that second part of the book is mostly about plant toxins I breakdown individual types of land toxins. I about polyphenyls why I think we've got this all wrong Benon I may respectfully disagree here but I I do make out what I believe is a very strong case for the book and I would love more discussion with this in the future I talk about oxalate electons solicits and I talk about all kinds of things like that. That are harming US isothiocyanates, which I will talk about today. which are things like fourteen in goal trian. and. How these plant compounds can affect for Mona balance that can affect nutrient absorption. They can affect our gut and really wreak havoc in lot of us if we are not aware of how present in our diet they are, how we might detoxify them in house. Some of US might be more specifically sensitive to them than and they can be causing us great harm and suffering the third part of the book is about to bunking. MITTS in the book. I. Talk About. I. Bunk. With me at that assurance, your life that causes cancer that causes heart disease and that you need fiber to poops all that is in the book I won't get into all of that today I could never do that would be a six hour podcast restaurants in there and in the fourth and final part of the book I outline very clear perspective very clear a model for how to eat a diet outlined five tiers. Of the Carnivore Diet, which gives the reader a sense of how to do this that works best for you and they some of them include plants a tier one for Diet includes plants I call it carnivore ish, but it gives you a toxicology spectrum and the foods that I believe are least toxic are included. They are able to be included on a carnivore ish type diet. Ben Himself has often said that he's eating carnivores. Words in his mouth I think that he would agree with this that he's thinking about making the majority of his Diet Animal Foods and organ meats, and then eating the foods, the plant foods that agree with him the most and thinking about the toxicity spectrum of those plants.

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Wearing a mask could be even more important than we thought

Short Wave

09:53 min | 1 d ago

Wearing a mask could be even more important than we thought

"The case that a mass can protect the person wearing it is laid out by scientists in a new paper coming out soon in the Journal of General, Internal Medicine Catherine Wu wrote about that paper which ties together three different concepts about viruses and how they work. The first is the idea of viral dose. That's kind of the amount of virus that is hitting your face parts and the amount of virus that you're exposed to. The second concept is viral load, basically the amount of virus that has. has set up shop in your body after you get infected, exactly. The third idea which is not new to scientists who studied viruses by the way is that cutting back on the viral dose might mean that even if you get the corona virus, your immune system will react in such a way that you won't get as sick. This idea that you can encounter a tiny little bit virus and your immune system's going to have just a way easier time wrangling those kind of few invaders. and. So it's less likely that your body's going to struggle to control the infection and less likely that you're gonNA get really really sick again, not a new concept for scientists. But what is new is the corona virus itself. Remember how we all called it novel for those first few months, scientists had never seen this corona virus before. So saying masks might protect the wearer doesn't mean that scientists are just changing their mind. As Catherine and I talked about, it means that each day they're learning more and more about the virus, but things like viral dose in viral load a really hard to study. Yeah. Absolutely, and this this research is fascinating. I think the trick here is we have so much data that seems like it could support this idea. But a lot of it is totally observational people are looking at how much virus do you have when your symptoms start When is the easiest time to test someone, but the kind of gold standard experiment that people have done in the past with humans with you know, maybe kind of shady ethics and are now trying to do with a bunch of animal models is. Is. You actually have to give a living creature different doses of virus and see what actually happens to that animal or human, which is really hard to do. Yeah. And like you know we, we know a little bit about the flu because there are actual studies in which they gave people, certain amounts of these doses. But for Corona virus because we don't understand the complications we are you know in, it's because it's such a deadly disease. We really can't do that and and people are really not comfortable doing that. So we do have some studies in animals and one of the pieces that you talked about in your piece was the study out of China, where researchers studied this idea using hamsters. Yeah I thought, this was actually a really cool study These researchers basically put hamsters in adjacent cages, Some of them had the corona virus, so they were infected. In, one cage and then they were separated from their neighbors and some of the cages had these little partitions between the mink made out of surgical masks. So the researchers did not put masks on the hamsters. hamsters don't usually take kindly to that sort of thing, but it seems like they did kind of the next best thing and it turned out that the hamsters that were separated from their. Their neighbours by these surgical mask partitions were a lot less likely to get infected with the coronavirus in the first place and the hamsters that still ended up getting infected with the virus. They have less signs of illness than their neighbors that weren't separated by these masks, and there's like a little bit of nuance here Catherine. Right, which is that if the masks had just prevented some animals from getting. Getting, sick at all. You would say like this makes sense to us. Maybe there weren't enough particles to get the little hamster sick. But in fact, they did get sick. They just got less sick, which is kind of a piece of evidence for this idea of the dose makes the poison right I think that makes a lot of sense I. Mean. It's it is a little bit tough because I? I don't think it's as clear cut as to say like Oh, if I get ten viral particles on my face, I'm not GONNA get sick. But if I get fifteen I'm going to get a little bit sick and then if I get twenty I'm going to get super sick no one knows those numbers yet and those are absurdly numbers so feel free to ask yeah. Those are measles numbers Catholic. Keep going. Yeah. But like those are not clear cut and honestly what numbers hold true for me are probably not GonNa hold true for you. It's super complicated I think what researchers are trying to get at here are super broad trends at a population level. Yeah. Yeah. Because whether or not one. person has more severe symptoms to the other could be based on a lot of different things because the immune system is endlessly complicated as we talked about the last time you were on the show. Absolutely, and so there's also these observational studies, right. So these are not scientific experiments that are being done, but these are people trying to kind of look at these huge data sets we have and see, okay, here are a couple of different variables what could they be and so there are some that are around this idea of infectious does I mean you described? Described the situation in seafood plant in Oregon. What happened there? Catherine? Yeah. So during these really really big scale out breath that were happening at like meat processing plants and other food processing plants. A lot of employers wised up pretty quickly to this idea that these like very crowded insular environments are pretty high risk for spread and so they started giving out. Masks to all their employees so that they could work with some degree of protection there did end up being an outbreak at the seafood plant in Oregon, but more than ninety percent of the people who tested positive for the virus didn't end up having symptoms, which is pretty extraordinary. Considering that the CDC is still trying to really nail down this number, but they've put out some recent tentative. That maybe about forty percent of the infections that we know about our domestic as a huge difference between forty percent and ninety plus percent. Yeah. Definitely. Definitely. In the other thing, you know the other piece of data that again is very core live and we're not. We're still working to understand this is that you pointed out that more mask wearing in the US has coincided with. Fewer deaths and at the of the pandemic, although that's a very complicated thing to prove, right? Yeah. That is I i. think that's something people have been talking about a little bit over the past few months. There's a lot of factors that could go into this. You know we're much better at treating this virus, and there's some evidence to show that the average age of the person has gone down and we know older people are more susceptible to really severe covid nineteen. But. So many more people are also wearing masks now, and it's certainly possible that people are getting smaller doses of this virus on average, and maybe that's contributing to fewer symptoms and less severe disease, and thus peer depths, and we should probably say Catherine that the type of covering you're wearing matters, right. The type of mask that you're wearing does matter in how much protection you have. Absolutely. That's a really good point. A lot of researchers have said, you know you want to choose something. That's got a couple of layers to it. You want to have it. Fairly tight over your mouth and your nose is okay. That's a little loose fitting. We don't WanNA, make it really uncomfortable for you, but you want it to sort of seal off your mouth and your nose which means covering. All of those holes in front of your face. And when you actually put it on and take it off, try not to touch the front of it because that's where all the stuff that you're trying to keep out of your nose and mouth has probably accumulated and said, grab those ear straps or whatever is keeping it on your face. Yeah. Absolutely, and you, Catherine I do think there's a bigger threat here. I. Want to ask you because you're a scientist turned journalist just like me and it's you know about how science is done and interpreted in a pandemic. Sciences. So much of not knowing what's going on and learning little pieces at a time and going back and forth on an issue before you arrive at a conclusion is actually very very common. I. Mean it is my I. Mean I don't know Catherine. That's how it was aggressip school for me and so this idea that like because you know people don't know what they're talking about with masks or you know like the CDC's changing up their guidance like it under, you know it's frustrating, but it's also how it works. You know what I mean. Yeah. Absolutely I? Think the most humbling thing I had to go through in the process of becoming scientists was just getting more comfortable with being wrong all the time and then talking about. Run all the time because I think if if I. Didn't feel empowered enough to talk about my mistakes with other scientists who could. Broaden perspectives. I wouldn't have ended up learning anything, but you know to kind of flip it on its head I. Think it's just been incredibly humbling an incredible to watch how the scientific community has come together. Science is often so plotting and tough, and sometimes it paper will be published and then eight years later, data will come out that'll show. The stories a little bit different here. A lot of that timeline has been collapsed into just a couple months for this pandemic and people are coming together from around the world to learn

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'Kindergarten Cop' pulled from Portland theater after complaints it 'romanticizes over-policing'

Chicks On the Right

01:15 min | 2 d ago

'Kindergarten Cop' pulled from Portland theater after complaints it 'romanticizes over-policing'

"Daily mail. The comedy film Kindergarten Cop has been pulled from a film festival after protesters claim to glorify police traumatizing Children at a comparative to explicitly racist. 1915 silent movie birth of a nation. Wass. I thought it was going to be because the kid was a girl. China Boys have a Penis because of the organizers of the Northwest Film Center in Portland, Oregon, announced this week that the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger comedy would be pulled from the lineup and replaced with a touch of victory celebrating the late representative John Lewis. Wow. All right. Are you ready for some quotes? Yeah, I guess. Embracing myself. Yes, Kindergarten cop is only a movie, so the birth of a nation and gone with the wind, But we recognized films like those air. Not good family fun, local author. Lowest, Levin said in a tweet. Oh, my God. I just what I would have Arnold's force thinks about this. Well, he's so woke. He'll go on. Yeah, but he will. I bet he will. Rob, I think you're right. He'll probably be like I really wanna apologize for my role. As he said those horrible fast. He smokes a cigar in his giant mansion with his donkey,

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Assisted Suicide for the Healthy

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:25 min | 2 d ago

Assisted Suicide for the Healthy

"Physician assisted suicide is sold to the public as a compassionate measure necessary to spare those who have no reasonable chance of recovery from the unbearable pain and suffering of the last days of their life. But in every context in which it's been made legal, however, what may be called euthanasia by another name has never remained limited to those rare instances on which it was sold. There are reasons that this particular slope has proven. So slippery literally everywhere, it's ever been made legal once it's decided that certain lives are. Not. Worth. Living well the list of people eligible for physician assisted suicide inevitably grows and as a list of people without intrinsic value grows, it becomes impossible to reevaluate lives based on some other criteria perhaps convenience or financial cost. Then it's a small step indeed from eligible to die to expected to die and wherever doctor assisted suicide is legalized and another Bayton switch from what is sold to the public. The category of terminal illness is often expanded to include chronic illnesses and permanent disabilities even mental illness and depression is Now considered sufficient justification for suicide in places such as Belgium and the Netherlands given this trajectory. It's only a matter of time before we dispense altogether with any requirement of any illness and fact that seems to be what's happening in the Netherlands a recently introduced bill. There would allow healthy individuals over the age of seventy five to request assisted suicide. If they had quote a strong death, wish for at least two months, the bill which is expected to be up for votes time in two, thousand, twenty, one would according. To the bill's sponsor, give the elderly the choice at an advanced age if they consider their lives complete to die with dignity with careful health thankfully, the two Christian parties in the governing coalition strongly opposed this measure, but it's GonNa be tough to keep it from becoming law after all bills only the next logical step in the whole Dutch trajectory having a brace what novelist Walker Percy called Sanitize Syndrome. Every promise to limit euthanasia in any way has only been broken everywhere and any so-called safeguards have been swept aside. For example, the people were promised that only those certifiably in their right mind would be euthanized. That was a lie after all anyone who goes into an American emergency room and tells doctors they have a strong death wish are gun with live with they'd be diagnosed with suicidal ideation admitted to the psych ward to not do this would be medical malpractice. Suicidal ideation is rightly regarded as a symptom of an underlying mental disorder and people who have untreated mental illnesses are not allowed to make life and death decisions or. At least they weren't in Oregon's doctor assisted suicide was legalized there over ninety six percent of people given lethal drugs never underwent a psychiatric evaluation to not evaluate at all is neglect. But if this Dutch bill becomes law, any elderly person who admits suicidal wishes won't be helped they'll be referred to those who will help them turn their wishes into reality. All of this is why as our recent what would you say video says? So clearly, there is nothing compassionate about physician assisted suicide nothing in fact, it's the exact. Opposite of compassion it's the abdication of civilized peoples responsibility to offer compassion to those who need it most when they need it most in his book Fanta Syndrome Walker Percy described how a society evolves to the point of thinking that killing patients. Instead of healing them is compassionate a psychiatrist he wrote of well trained in exquisitely credential doctors who quote, turn their backs on the hippocratic oath and kill millions of useless people unborn children born malformed children all for the good of mankind with his literary prophecy that was written. In nineteen eighty seven is becoming reality today. Some form of assisted suicide is legal in nine states and the District of Columbia that number only GonNa grow unless we can somehow convince people what true compassion is and make the idea that assisted suicide is compassionate unthinkable. So come to what would you say dot org for this latest video on assisted suicide in EUBOEA equipped to make the case and also please share it with your pastor community leaders and legislators. It's literally life and death issue

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Columbia Sportswear's Gert Boyle Faced Down Sexism and Ageism

Business Wars Daily

04:29 min | 2 d ago

Columbia Sportswear's Gert Boyle Faced Down Sexism and Ageism

"Boyle. Grew. Columbia sportswear into a downfield powerhouse is the third Nar five-part series on the origin stories of iconic companies. We originally aired this episode about boils legacy after she died last. November, let's listen back. She was one tough mother and proud of it. Gert Boyle, the ninety five year old Chairman of Columbia Sportswear died earlier this month since then accolades poured in for boil, she was a formidable funny icon of the outdoor apparel world notorious for her resilience and her toughness qualities that empowered her to guide Columbia from near bankruptcy in the early seventies to what the New York. Times. Now calls the largest outerwear brand in the United States, a three billion dollar business. Gert Boyle was born gertrude lamb from in Germany in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, four, when she was thirteen, the family fled Nazi Germany moving to Portland Oregon there her father lamb from bought the Rosenfeld hat company worried about antisemitism. He changed the name to the Columbia hat company. Columbia evolved from hats to outdoor year including a fishing vest that Gert than a homemaker raising three kids designed. Gertz husband Neil Boyle eventually became CEO of the family business. But in nineteen seventy, the forty seven year, old leader suffered a fatal heart attack. Suddenly Gert found herself at the helm of an eight. Hundred Thousand Dollar Company. She had no idea how Neil had run it nor how she and her son twenty, one year old, Timothy would manage. As CEO of Columbia Gert frequently encountered sexism, but she always had an acerbic comeback as the new. York Times reported Gert recalled that a businessman upon learning. She was the president exclaimed, but you're a woman her answer. You know I noticed that when I got up this morning. Still, the combination of rampant sexism in her inexperience almost killed the company by Nineteen seventy-one. Gert. Agreed to entertain an offer to purchase it. But when the buyer a man offered, only fourteen hundred dollars she custom out and slammed the door in his face wrote Doug Schnitt span who profiled her for outside magazine. Gert said for fourteen hundred dollars. I would just as soon run this business into the ground myself that encounter galvanized Gruden Tim with a combination of unconventional strategies including being the first to use the waterproof fabric. GORTEX. They saved Colombia and set it on its growth path while all of their outdoor industry rivals including the north face in Patagonia. Marketed their wares to elite climbers and adventurers girding in Tim, we're happy to sell their products. Products at department stores at lower prices that strategy shocked the young industry and it worked so too did the Marketing Campaign Gert? Boyle is best known for the one that featured her as just what she was. One tough mother that campaign which ran from nineteen, eighty, four to two, thousand, five depicted gert down to earth mob oil. Now, take no nonsense mother who didn't suffer fools gladly, and who would allow nothing less than perfection A. A string of TV ads showed Gert using her son Tim as a product Tester to prove that they're outerwear was both warm and waterproof. In the first. She had tim dressed in Columbia's famous three layer system. Walk through a car wash. Her favorite one was one in which she drove a Zamboni on a hockey rink. Right over her long suffering son dressed in Columbia gear. Of course, he was lying the ice breathing through a straw. Straw apprentice out of the same era for the boundary peak parker quoted the Middle Aged Gert, saying I've got hot flashes to keep me warm. You'll need something that zips mob boils tough. Mother ads are credited with transforming a little known business into a household name inside the company. Her wit was also on display. She summed up her guidance for other leaders. This way early to bed early to rise work like hell and advertise. She might have added and work like hell. Until the day you die, she made it to the office on her ninety fifth birthday in March and was still having business discussions shortly before her death on November third according to outsides Schmidt's Pon. Gert Boyle will be remembered for many things among them, her belief which she shared often with younger women that a woman could do anything and also her conviction that older workers are assets in the workplace. Indeed, in her nineties, she wrote perhaps my presence in the office offers a message that managers liked to put older workers out to pasture. Out. To lunch.

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'Kindergarten Cop' screening canceled in Oregon, compared to 'Gone with the Wind'

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:29 sec | 2 d ago

'Kindergarten Cop' screening canceled in Oregon, compared to 'Gone with the Wind'

"The movie has Been cancelled the screening of this film in Oregon they've compared the movie. Had gone with the wind. So you're thinking. Oh, this must be a major. Artistic film that's coming under severe attack. Well, I'm terribly sorry to tell you this, but it's been linked to birth of a nation and gone with the wind. It's the movie starring the great actor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Get to the top. And it's kindergarten cop.

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Whats that big bird

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:48 min | 3 d ago

Whats that big bird

"Of coffee anymore. Today's story PTERODACTYL sightings. The PTERODACTYL is a flying reptile. They were thought to have died out at the end of the cassation period, but there have been sightings across north. America. Since Spanish first set foot on what today's Mexico pterodactyls were there on pictographs and discovered on the face of cliffs native. Americans. Spoke of a giant bird eight people in sketched their images on hides. But there have been a rash of sightings in modern times, the nineteen, sixty, a couple driving. Driving through California's Trinity National Forest reported seeing the so what a giant bread that they asked committed to have a wingspan of thirty feet later described it as resembling a pterodactyl may nineteen, sixty, one in New York state a businessman flying his private plane over the Hudson River valley claimed that he was buzzed by a large flying creature that he sat luck like a pterodactyl January nineteen, seventy-six Harlingen Texas Teens Jackie Davis. Tracy Lawson reported seeing a bird on the. The ground that stood five feet tall was dark in color with a ball head and face like gorillas. The sharp six inch long beak a subsequent investigation by their parents, uncovered tracks that had three toes and were eight inches across that same year. In San Antonio Texas three elementary school teachers teachers. Now saw what they described as a PTERODACTYL swooping low over their cars. As they drove. They said, it's Wingspan was between twenty and thirty feet and one of the. The teachers commented that glided through the air on huge bony wings like a bat, September nineteen, eighty, two loss. Fresno Texas, an ambulance driver named James Thomson was stopped while driving on highway one hundred by a sighting of a large bird like object flying low over the area. He described it as a black grace bird, but the rough texture. But no feathers, it had a twenty foot Wingspan Hump on the back of its head and almost no neck at all. All after consulting some books to identify the creature, he decided it most closely look like pterodactyl. There have been numerous pictures taken of flying reptiles. One such photo show six civil war union soldiers standing over a PTERODACTYL. They apparently shot down shortly after the photo was published experts, cleared it a fake however recently, that creator of the Phony Photo said, it was a replica of the real picture. He has since produced the original most recently twenty, sixteen, a man in. In the city of Corvallis Oregon says, he saw a big bird that sounded like a dinosaur, the man who provided a full name, but asked to remain anonymous told Cryptos, who just news that he works as a campus security guard. He says, he was taking out the trash in the middle of the day when the creatures startled him, it flew from above house across the street and glided back to the ground. I only saw briefly those caught off guard by. By size and the screeching sounded made a sounded like an old movie dinosaur. He described the creature was flying with a wingspan of about twenty to thirty feet of wink. The

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Drawer Liners for Kitchens & Bathrooms

Home Space and Reason

03:15 min | 3 d ago

Drawer Liners for Kitchens & Bathrooms

"Hi there I'm Christina Browning your host. If you feel like your household frustrations are stealing away your life hour by hour I discuss home functionality aesthetics and automation with a bit of history and a little psychology. This isn't your typical house podcast. I'm a realtor in Portland Oregon and a home functionality coach nationwide. I gig out on various subjects regarding your home. And Yard challenging you to think of your space differently to get the most out of every square foot I post questions for you to think through about your space and reason, this podcast is all positive making adulting easier one podcast at a time. Remember there's no such thing as perfect but you can still aim for your best every day episode thirty seven. You might remember episode eight be where I did a special video edition about creating family photo albums to hold many sentimental things it went over. So well that I promised myself, I would do another one. The next time I spoke about a topic that would need the same visual support, and here we are in this mini episode. Let's discuss home functionality and aesthetics as it pertains to drawer liners for kitchens and bathrooms. They will protect shelves and drawers from surface damage that can happen from water left on dishes when you unload the dishwasher or the oil and stain rings that can transfer from the bottoms of food and sauce containers. Think, ahead for a moment using shelf liner with adhesive on, it can wreak havoc on the shelf or drawer surface. Eventually when you have to scrape it aggressively away to get it off. This results in dense and divots and scratches that are cumbersome or impossible to remove. So thinking about drawer liner in this way like as if you were to fast forward into the future, it makes more sense to add a pre cut padded type liner or cork liner that slightly lifts things up off direct contact with the bottom versus using temporary wallpaper type liner that although cute will absorb. All those things and transfer them straight through to the drawer anyway also, you've got that adhesive challenge for the long haul you'll appreciate the sound muffling benefits when you have more of a padded scenario with less banging and scraping of dishes and glassware on the would they can also be removed and washed as needed. But how much of a pain is it cutting all the drawer liners to size? Such a pain

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Urgency Behind Nevada's New Bill That Expands Mail-in Voting

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:50 min | 3 d ago

Urgency Behind Nevada's New Bill That Expands Mail-in Voting

"News the Nevada Senate approved a bill Sunday to implement a majority mail in election in November. In their argument Senate Democrats asserted that the measure assembly bill four was needed due to concerns over the Chinese corona virus they cited long lines at the pulse. And close contact with others. The measure which was passed with a thirteen eight vote was not supported by any of the Republican members. Well, that's good that the Republicans Nevada still have a backbone president trump then promptly got Nevada to trend on twitter. He said this in an illegal late night coup Nevada's clubhouse governor. Made it impossible for Republicans to win the state president trump wrote on twitter. Post Office could never handle the traffic of male in votes without preparation using Cova distill the state see you in court. The president is one hundred percent right on this. If we allow mandatory mail in voting to happen unchallenged, we are headed for the biggest disaster of an election in our lifetime. There is a reason why the Democrats want mail in voting it is ripe for fraud. People might say, well, Charlie what about absentee voting that is always a small sliver of the amount of votes in the absentee ballots are always the majority of the voter fraud claims as they are. In some states, absentee ballots are anywhere between five to ten percent. Sometimes, there is lows two percent in states like Oregon, which is complete and Total Democrat control. The only way to vote you cannot show up on election day in Oregon. It is all vote by mail and it starts in early October leading up to election day. Because of this Democrats US organizing tactics to be able to do a thing called ballot harvesting ballot harvesting is how in Orange County California Republicans wants controlled five five US congressional seats in Orange County after the last midterm election. Republicans lost all five. Now Republicans were leading some of those seats such as young Kim on election night. But then all of a sudden new ballots were found. Mail in ballots were discovered. And the Republican candidates. Fell behind and behind and eventually lost the race. The way that voting should work is through independent certification with election judges in decentralized fashion to have the most people centered citizen-focused way of voting. What do I mean by that? It means that when you have a local precinct that is in charge of the election for that one precinct, not the post office of the Postal Service you think called election judges, those election judges. Are Bound by the law and they usually represent both political parties Republican. Democrat, to make sure that there's no funny business now, it's not a perfect system voter fraud absolutely exists but a vast majority of voter fraud is almost always voter registration fraud and ballot fraud with absentee voting. So, if we admit that the Democrats are pushing for mail and voting harder than anything they've pushed for in recent memory, the question should be why. They say it safety. Mean that's such nonsense. Worried about people gathering. Then shouldn't they cancel? The local marijuana dispensary or the casinos in Nevada. In Nevada, you are able to go to Caesar's palace in Nevada, you're able to go to the Venetian in Nevada, you can go to a local restaurant. and. They'd say that's perfectly fine if you wear a mask and socially distance. But it's not okay to be able to go to a local polling place. It's not okay to be able to wait six

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Federal agents, officers head to Detroit, Cleveland, Milwaukee as Operation Legend expands

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:22 sec | 5 d ago

Federal agents, officers head to Detroit, Cleveland, Milwaukee as Operation Legend expands

"Department this week said it would expand a federal initiative called Operation Legend and send 100 federal agents and officers to Detroit, Cleveland, Ohio in Milwaukee. But some big city mayors have expressed concerns pointing to the aggressive use of federal forces in Portland, Oregon. Amid weeks of protests, some violent over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody.

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Trump Says Federal Agents Will Stay in Portland, But They Already Left

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Trump Says Federal Agents Will Stay in Portland, But They Already Left

"The president is nixing plans to pull federal agents out of Portland, Oregon. As protest there continue. CBS's Dana Jacobson. President Trump is insisting federal agents are staying put in Portland, Oregon, reversing course on a withdrawal agreement struck with that state's governor this week. As protesters gathered for a 64th consecutive night in Portland, the president said on Twitter Homeland Security will not leave the city until local police completed cleanup of what he described as Anarchists and agitators. Federal agents were not seen during the overnight

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Gov. Newsom asks Warren Buffett to back removal of Northern California dam

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:28 sec | Last week

Gov. Newsom asks Warren Buffett to back removal of Northern California dam

"Governor Newsome has appealed directly to investor Warren Buffett to support demolishing for hydro electric dams on a river along the Oregon California border. The goal is to save salmon populations that have dwindled to almost nothing. The governor on Wednesday wrote Buffet urging him to back the Klamath River project, which would be the largest dam removal in U. S history. Dams are owned by a Pacific Corps, an Oregon based utility owned by Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway company.

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The 'Seductive Lure' of Authoritarianism

The Book Review

06:35 min | Last week

The 'Seductive Lure' of Authoritarianism

"And Applebaum joins us. Now from London, she is the author of the Pulitzer Prize Winning Gulag History and her new book is called twilight of democracy, the seductive lure of authoritarianism and thank you so much for being here. Thanks for having me, I want to start with a very basic language question because people are throwing around a lot of terms, these days, authoritarianism, dictatorship, demagoguery, autocracy, fascism, and sort of get to an understanding of what we exactly mean and what you need. Europe by authoritarianism. Book is about democracies really and it's about people and political movements in democracies who become dissatisfied with their own political systems and seek to change radically. And I. Agree with you that it's hard to sometimes describe what it is that they want to go towards whether it's a one party state or a liberal democracy or A. Not necessarily dictatorship. In which there's less openness and less competition, and so you know my book is about that. It's about the disappointment that some people feel with democracy and the draw towards more authoritarianism more centralized, less competitive, less open political systems. You're not so much concerned in this book with the specifics of the autocrats of our time, the Erdo ones and Putin's, and Orban's so much as you are with the people who vote for them side with them enable them. Why did you decide to look at it from that angle, but actually it's explicitly. None of book about voters I mean I think the reason why people vote for populist or authoritarian parties are various and I you know that sort of separate subject but you're right. It is a book about journalists spin doctors, intellectuals, and the people who sometimes help create these movements who create the ideas behind them, and then sometimes sell those ideas to the general public. Poorly I read about the because those are people I know not all of them are my close friends, but some of them are people have run into. The World I know and I thought it would be useful therefore for me to try and explain them in an an understand what happened to them over the last twenty years I wanted aired Juan because. About journalists and intellectuals he someone who and I think we could say this. About Putin von and others as well. These are people who have suppressed. The Press Ltd journalists closed down newspapers imprisoned writers who are the people on the other side who are the two of these other journalists and intellectuals who are supporting someone like Oregon. For example, in Turkey, will some of them are people who have become convinced. There's only one form of Turkish patriotism and that it's a nationalist form of patriotism and that anybody who has a different vision of Turkey vision of Turkey this integrated with Europe or a Turkey that secular those people are traders to. The country and their voices don't deserve to be heard. Some of the will have other motives. Some of them will be opportunists. Some of them will see the chance of if you get on the Government's bandwagon and you get on state media than its way to make a career, some of the will like the proximity to power. There's a range of reasons actually that's one of the themes of the book is, is the various different kinds of attractions that these kinds of movements have for people like that. So I'm probably betraying a little bit of my prejudice. As journalists and someone in the book world that the pamphleteer is the bloggers, the spin-doctors, the producer of TV programs in creators of memes. These are people that I can easily see supporting some of these autocrats I. Guess I'm interested in what circumstances in which countries it's writers intellectuals and and what's behind that I mean look they've always been nationalist intellectuals and intellectuals WHO and writers who supported dictatorships. well, into the twentieth century one of the themes of the book one of the kind of threads that I run through it is an analysis that was written in the first half of the twentieth century by French writer Julien Benda called it was called the clerks, the treason of the intellectuals, and it's a book about intellectuals who align themselves politically and who abandoned their search for truth or their object Tivi in order to be part of political movement. So this urge to do that and to be to play a political role or to be the voice sir to provide the ideas for movement is I mean I think it's as old as writing, public speaking itself. Talk about how you've seen that in Poland where you normally spend most of your time. So the book actually the idea for the book came from my reflections about the history of Poland. Over the last thirty years in especially some of the people who I felt aligned with in the nine hundred ninety s there was a kind of center right anticommunist movement that was I mean it wasn't ever cohesive, but it was the people within it certainly spoke to one another in the nineties who all had a similar vision of Poland and who all hoped for Poland it would be part of Europe and part of NATO and would be. Some kind of democracy. And connected world. Some of those people now have acquired a very different vision of Poland and they. Hope to pull, it becomes kind of Catholic nationalist one party state. They've been part of or supporters of a government that has cracked down on independent media and may be doing. So further that uses openly homophobic and anti Semitic slogans in its election campaigns and that I think worse of all really has sought to pack the courts in order to remove the independence of judges and the transformation of those people is one of the subjects of the. First part of the book, and again I think their motives are various I mean some of them are personal. They personally didn't like the political system that emerged in the nineties and two thousands and they they are. They didn't fight until they had a personal role in it. Some people felt police losing something they. They developed a stellar sometimes mythical nostalgia for some other version of the country that they preferred may have existed sometime in the past. Poland's cases to pre-communist past you know some of them felt that Poland was losing its identity as emergency urban there multiple reasons but the the overall impulse is one that I think Americans should be aware of too because the you know the attraction of authoritarianism, the attraction of the one party state or the attraction of liberalism I think can be felt in lots of countries including our own

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Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"My mind, if I'm pauline, you correctly, so if if if. What what the driven out of Percocet was made from his legal, which is opium if that was made legal? People could grow their own. Well, that would would be what it would get down to. Yeah. Yeah, if you could action my so then my assumption is not you know. At that point the problems that arise with Percocet and opium in general. With deeper decline and I'm assuming and my thinking what you were saying that the problem so would be then would become drug with percocet or a lot of a lot of the concentrated derivative and. the exactly, that's exactly. My point is that those things would still be? Prescription would still be out. They wouldn't be on even though they say these are legal drugs, they're not the only legal. By Sherp Shin, so those kind of drugs will be the ones he'd wind i. think we saw similar things kind of ripple through the cannabis industry like in the in the beginning when they were making some of those trees that are like eight hundred milligram Oh, my God, yeah, which you know, which is a problem. Yeah. Yeah well, and they're still making you know there's still stuff out there. That's. Will Knock you on your ass I mean yeah like say what if you're? What if you make it? If you're on your way to? Eastern, Oregon, you stop and Ben and You yourself another boy during and you eat it. You're driving like people do this shit because people can drive on fifty milligrams. We'll do it all the time, but they don't. Realize, it's eight hundred bucks you overdose. Anywhere. Now! That's true, see and as all things you have to consider I'm just glad I don't have kids men. Think about that yet. And the only thing is, too. Is that your only when you make something illegal? You're only inhibiting the education. You're only stopping education by making it illegal. Because then it's just don't do it. Like. They say we'll just say no..

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

02:39 min | 3 months ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Know just dropping stuff off and they do good job to and you know but You know man I gotta get gotTa get it man and We're fucking far away from where the Giddens got. You know what I'm saying for a lot for the most part we really are. We do have a few no few great shops down here but no the majority of the population is up there and Got Got Get. It's almost two different. World is really is do. This is really hold it for world and I do really like appreciate more like I feel like down. Here is more like mom kind of people you know. I feel like we're like it's like the south down here. I mean really. It is and we're southern Oregon like they it's you know as trump country and I just don't know vibe with a lot of people down here but I think that I'll do good in Portland but it is maintenance as nine day and I like them both for different reasons. You know and a Portland's a very unique interesting city and people are dirty shit like mango check out some other major cities because there is pretty nice even in the junkie places. Like it's still not that I don't know I I grew up your men. Yeah so like when I went down to the where the Max hits downpour on it is pretty bad man when you got like rats the size of small cats just like walking by like what's up dude and then you got crack heads over there. Smoking crack down the sidewalk and then you got prostitutes won't leave you alone is true. Then you got the bums. Think that if you don't give them five dollars earpieces shit. Yeah it's awesome world dude. Yeah I and it's funny because I'm like much loved the Portland but now that's like how I grew up around crackheads and shit and you know it's weird but like like when I moved here I was like. Oh give me the fuck out of the city like so over it but I have. I like both you know if I could do. Both you know and I do still need to be down here lot. I'm not going to be able to be up there permanently but I'm trying to figure out like.

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Know I'm all for. Let's not spend so much but like if we're going to be spending twenty five or thirty percent of our income taxes like Shit. I've been asked motherfucking health. Care you know like what the fuck you know. This is bullshit and There's so many people in the same situation. I hate being in the situation. Because you know whenever I finally do make money not GonNa have any money for a while but Hopefully keep on that funk. Y'All got bill bill but I know we spend a Lotta man dude. I'm in an Epson your kids to college at this rate nausea. God you know. It's it's pretty much a staple unfortunately have to have some variety so we have to buy all kinds of different things. But you gotTA spread love to. Yeah there's so many this is the best I mean. Oh my God the All the light the headiest you know. I feel like all the personalities and marijuana are all here in Oregon and and Kelly you know but the rest of the states Washington and Colorado. I mean you got a couple but there's not you know just this influx of just extremely town of people on the same place and we're all you know of competing against competing for shelf space. I guess you know I hate for it to be a competition. Because everybody's talented and everybody's doing something amazing you know for man. It's yeah this state of Oregon. It's on a special on me like He. I can name off. You know twelve different extractors and we all know who the best aren't you know? And it's like man. There's so many great people in it's just honored to be like at the table. Sure with a you know people who are doing it on this level and I just can't wait to see where it goes over the next few years and hopefully we'll all be able to hang.

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Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"In crime partners best friends? Whatever you WANNA call it guys Superman Batman. Yeah right right right and You guys are you collaborate. Is that what you're doing all the time? Yeah we actually Started well I started a record label back when I was in the navy's Call Young Gifted and Black Music Group And were rumored end of joining on Becoming Another one of the Biggest investors that I've got so we decided to team up by G B Presenting tyrone player Bremmer on different assets and in different avenues as well as a opening up a new avenue with ocean world which is a whole different Collaboration effort in the genre out here in southern Oregon. That remers actually leading up so nicely. Some big things. You guys have been around for a while in the area. I you know you've known lady Sativa here for how long since kids thousand two youngsters at least remember him wrapping back then. Oh Yeah I remember all of the talent shows and stuff like that we were in. Actually we were in band together. So it's directly linked all those years basically like his mom fucking love me because I always defer teased a lot. Because he was embracing his dancing side and he they wouldn't allow him on the dance team at that point. That's bullshit. Yeah and he was a great dancer. Like I I watched him perform all the talent. You know talent. Scott it's been fucking years rover. Yeah and then Coolio Yucky Leo. The picture that you had side coolio tears..

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

02:18 min | 4 months ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Involved in one of the you know one of the most limiting nutrient plan half to have and so that's why you would use something like that. Humidity grabbed different weeks and everything ALFALFA material wall. I know that I a locally sourced organ based it's called seacoast compost which is just such a great compost and they are a organic biodynamic compost. And they actually use Alfalfa and I believe camomile. Is that what it is? There's another one. That's biodynamic that they input in there but or someone talking today I forget what that actually put both in their compost. Though so I don't know anyway but I love that you think about have gotten more than thinking about this region plant have interesting properties no reason that they do great stop and sometimes as a repellent and you know there's all sorts of chemicals and plants used chemicals and microbes. And and so if you can figure out how to release that like the magic of nature so to speak absolutely This newer product. The the BIOCONTROL I I have. I'm really excited. Actually about this. Please tell me has some effect on aphids. Please we have the result My wife is an eighth and we cannot. We couldn't register eight months. We had like Brunelli solid third party gains. We've been getting foundation and excellent well and like he said even on the bottle. I mean it should be Oregon safe were you know. El-sisi is pretty particular and You know they're always kicking everything off the list so I'm glad to see we have just twenty five. Twenty five be exempt Rennie. There's no chemicals completely natural and sophisticated away like our number on some of our. I know bound. You Chemical Cycling. But I'm a slow gamma microbe guy and I doing.

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

13:30 min | 6 months ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"It's not the only one but it has had a big part are in it and and as we come back to using these plants it's inevitable will become more connected with nature. We are literally connecting back into that part of ourselves selves which we have Forgotten which we have been told. We're not allowed to have. That's what I see Jim decriminalize nature and see this grassroots movement and see Oregon again quite honestly who has had very rich psychedelic history. All right so a delic where you guys came from now. You guys started arted off with the library kid. kind of your your roots there and then you guys kind of moved into the ethnic botanical conservatory. We've talked about that now today. A you were talking about how there's events going on we got the you guys are writing legislation. You guys are Being involved with like the do cream nature you got conferences. You got says the research program here. Yes so one of the studies that we just recently shared with the community was that we thought it was really imperative to get some scientific research demonstrating turning the efficacy of whole botanical. Whole Fungal Fungi? Because at the institutional level particularly FDA like we talked about earlier. They don't study hall botanical panicles. Even to this day you know. THC Isn't approved quote unquote patented even quote unquote get to Isis Pharmaceuticals. WHO's an OPIOID company? That's now president of his jail for the next six months they granted them exclusive access. THC license so it's like at that level they're just playing money games playing Games at this level. What we're talking about is authorized in sombor everyone? I think that's really important so anyway. Back back to the research we were able to partner up with the local indigenous church here in Oregon that has access so what we're able to do is prove scientifically using eeg. Gee and other research methodology that look whole botanical fumbles. Fungi mushrooms work just as well as synthetic sole Sivan. And I think that was a breakthrough and that's a uniquely Oregon thing because there's no other state in the country that has this legislative patchwork of legal permissions to be able to conduct that study study and that desire as a team emerged from One of our meetings we had about a year ago. We said look. There's huge money coming coming into space. We're talking about multi multi multimillionaires if not billionaires if. We don't prove early on that. These mushrooms were just as well. We're GONNA miss something important there. There's a thing that we've forgotten in this country But it was mentioned and you know people will bristle at the name because they're trying to brand the PSYCHEDELIC. Renaissance's this hyper medical thing that it's all it's all government approved but tim leary. Made very clear when he was arrested for his work. They planted to join join him back in nineteen sixty whatever it was and when he put out his statement from prison he said look. I'm an American. I've a right to privacy. I've the right to religion and I have a right to science and like nobody talks that way anymore. IVORIES CI- like no no no that's the scientists. That's what they do you have a right. It's a science so our goal at the nonprofit is as we cultivate protecting. Serve these plants that we listened to the community. What do we want to discover about the plants that we are growing and we can conduct those research? We don't need to get permission from this high level on authority like we have the framework here to conductor Dr on research so for curious to discover. How is it that suicide mushrooms work? Well we can conduct research we can get results and we can discover that unlike a synthetic it appears that Silla side than mushrooms. Act As Sapir adopted. JENEX and that is. They will bring the body to a state of equilibrium and balance. But it will do it different ways for example you give the same dose of mushroom to somebody that is having a down mood. You can watch E. G. Machine you can see the brain scans and you can actually witness. What's taking place and you can reach the conclusion? Oh it boosted. It's exactly what levels were needed to bring that person to a better interstate of being you give dosing right and you give it to somebody who may have Speedier tendencies or be hyper. And he kind of like focused and for that person it has adapted genyk effect which means that adapts itself to that person services and then brings that into a homies stasis if we have cannabis. We have mushrooms or psychedelics. I'm not sure if if we can grow because we can grow all this stuff in our backyard right. I don't think we need much else right. We got the mental component medicine our nervous system essentially and we got our physical taking care of with the cannabis Whether it be physical aches and pains we got an anti inflammatory. We got A little bit of psychological help but but most we get that from mushrooms right. Does that make sense. I put Krotov in there and Croutons to know the Freedom Tom that that's how I heard it's like yeah spoken as crew. Tom Cruise Tom. D- have you had experience with A. Yes what did you talk about Well for me I take it like in a much smaller dose And so sometimes the notion is less as more and I. I would say that in regards to Tom. Starting out less is more because it actually has this ability which is a really beautiful ability because it has a bottom floor so if you take you too much then really your system will say like Oh this is disgusting and just throw backup whereas you know other substances so so I I wanted to distinguish that it's it's been put out there a few times that perhaps it's part of the opiate family and it's not it's part of the coffee family and It does not behave exactly like an opiate but it does have the ability to allow For some pain relief It's a mild stimulant comes from the coffee family And so that for me CRA. Tom Has. It's it's helped soften Any sort of like pain pain. I might be feeling it. Gives me the energy. Sometimes I might say like I'm staying up late for studying for an interview on podcasts. Pinch checking But no it helped me stay up a little later and unlike coffee. I don't feel strong out afterwards. I don't feel this almost with coffee. The the caffeine is so powerful that like sometimes I can even get jittery and that on for me on. A smaller dose. Doesn't doesn't happen with Tom. It's like it's a lot of people say that they can get off pain meds using that. I believe it Is that because of its you know pain knowing properties or is it because it's acting in other ways like there's there's some mechanism that it's acting to block the pain or is it just literally I don't know if there's been much research around Cra Thomas very controversial we Not The government. Still is a little bit iffy with right. They're still like right well. So there's basically three primary sites that the general opioids target target So you know anything from heroin to prescribed oxycodones into the whole range of legally available opioids target these three specific receptor sites in the brain crew. Tom Only one of those sites. I'm sorry targets two of the sites. The third one doesn't the site that it doesn't target is is the primary site of what causes all the opio. Desa we're seeing primarily it's the slowed respiration writhing so people take so many opioids that they're breathing eventually slows down and they die basically Bottom floor lead him 'cause vocal throw up if you take too much time is. It won't allow you to do that so Tom Right. It doesn't one physiologically your gut will rejected if you take two hyphen amount for your body to. It doesn't impact that pathway that slows down breathing so all the reports up to this point that have been released around Krotov saying. Oh it's super dangerous. It's killing people. People have like ninety confirmed deaths. If you actually go back and read the research which we've done. We put it on our archives just because we see it's going to be an ongoing debate as we move forward with botanical medicine. Listen generally in this country but if you look at the research there is There's no evidence that it's ever killed anybody the closest you can come to that is saying well. It looks like they were took Tom. And then they also have been drinking a fifth that night and they also took some trim at all. And you know it's poly drugging scenario area so the government looking at it saying well. This is really replacing a lot of folks. Using mainstream opioids helping people get off. And it's a safer way Andy. Any kind of gives that light euphoria and it gives pain relief and it does slow down breathing. And it's addictive. Forming potential is substantially less. Because it doesn't have this sloppiness effects that you can still get up and go to work. You can be active. You can be functioning productive and not have pain. I'm higher peaks if you like this episode. Please like share comment comment and go to Oregon rooted dot com where you can subscribe to us on your favorite platform like itunes Pandora or spotify. Also check us out on her youtube for videos and I G facebook facebook and twitter for all our updates. Thank you for listening. Okay so along with the research program you guys also offer. We've talked about this already. Be have a website. You have some archives. The people can refer to you also knew newsletter that you put out. So how do we get this information so yeah you can reach us at our website. It is Idel dot org or you can just Google a Delic E. D. E. L. I. C. and On the website. You can find links to facebook. You can find links to twitter. We the INSTAGRAM account. As well and then on the website we also lay out the ethics of what it is that we're doing and why we're trying to create this kind of natural local abundance and encourage that kind of community growth will also meet our team on the website We also go through the plan that we work on preserving conserving and ensuring have a future in longevity here in Oregon and there's also an educational component I think there's about two thousand articles that have been curated and archived onto the website as well. So what we're trying to do. His preserve preserve. An artifact of here is how psychoactive fungi and plants have re-emerged into culture at this particular point in time. So if you look through there you can and find a lot of scientific research. He could find a lot about the different cultural uses of these plants and fungi. You can find a lot about the politics and through that and in networking through social media. You can actually get involved in having a participatory role in shaping the future of this because the small it is emerging and I think the more that we can keep heap it local and community based more that are natural expertise and our natural knowledge and our community based knowledge and come to the forefront and have that be he You know we don't always need experts in a lot of times experts. They're so hyper specialized that. They're missing the bigger picture. I think we do it. All altogether and We also are willing to archive information that people send to us as well. So it's somewhat of an open source it is now the newsletter to you. Just go on the website and sign up the email now as far as the future. You guys are are going to be doing a lot. You guys are looking towards safe. Access is what you'd mentioned you'd also talk about maybe treatment facility which is part of the safe access access. I really want to dive into that real quick. You guys also have Like you guys talking about a provider network where you guys have access to people a Completely different fields in this Specialty and then Rachel also to education. We need to talk about that. That is huge. I think education education is always key to all these movements initiatives all the stuff open conversation education. So let's talk about the safe access. What what does that mean to you guys? And my only challenge to that is is really Something that everybody can enjoy because well oh I see okay. Well I see safe access Being that you know where your source what your sources where it came from And when you keep it A grassroots when you keep it local you generally know your grower or your grower could be yourself. I mean can't get more safe than that unless you don't know what you're doing but there are books to be educated on that in. Just make no on a side note with cannabis and mushrooms and fungus stuff. It's by rheumatic. So it will like you don't want to grow dirty. Yeah without said so well said go right so so yeah..

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

11:25 min | 7 months ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Ed So we really are you talking a macro dosing level or you talk about the road dosing. Like how do you function like you. He actually sounds like you're functioning in a higher level at macro dosing and a Lotta Times I I'm laid out on the couch or something you know certainly and if I'm home along long like a Julia and the baby left a couple of months ago and I ate one. I got these little heart chocolates. That are real nice. Now how homogeneous the batch was the guy's a really good friend but he's worth eight one the other day when I was home alone and it was like curl I was curled up on the ground like uncontrollable tears. Coming out. Happy but like that happened to me when I'm in the social situation so I'll usually start out now with you know maybe half Graham now people know that I can see much so they make a point to try to bring me their best mushroom so like in Vegas. The very first thing thing I did when I got to the trade show Biz. Khan was one of the busy booth. And there's a guy there he's like feature. You gotTa try my pin like start off all of that. And then he's like here. I got capsules. Mushin capsule say a couple of those started that day off with a half. Gram a mushroom that much rips on the deep by the time I left the conference I'd is like two grams. And then I got to the event in a at least another two or three grams that night and never felt the crazy mushroom role just just felt like exponential joy building around all these people and then more people and more more friends more connections and I see other people building connections and then it's just like dope. Do you ever do you ever microdosing all. Yeah for sure like a small little bites off these so my partner partner Julia ground up a bunch of them and she's got kind of like a measured dose. That is her microdosing. Mine is much less accurate. I just take like a little nibble awfulness police chocolates. I got and go for. I have another another friend that makes a mushroom blends. That's got commences in it. But then it's not like fifteen other like Rishi Lien's main court sun and on and on and then a little bit of honey in a little bit of cocoa powder and it's Kinda like paste and I'll take like a little scooper in the morning and that's really nice the lion's Mane with the Commence is a strong NUTRO BEC- drug for for sure I can. I can tell a noticeable difference in my cognitive function when I have a little bit of those two mushrooms combined really. Wow so it is. Is it something you try to do regularly then like I mean I definitely do. Yeah and I you know Paul Damn. It says that you're supposed to all the mushroom. You guys are kind of like working towards their what they think is the right of of of doing them and then taking a slow break doing them taking a small break now. What that means each person this kind of subject to figure out your own and I don't even try to keep track of it? I just do them as I feel like you know I'll. I'll eat mushrooms seven days in a row and then take a week off and then eat them two or three more days in a row and take a day a off whatever just kind of float. Co feels the same amount that you're so you should take. You're not right right. That's and that's why I ask people just curious I read some books on microdosing but You know there's a lot of different information out there. I say it's very it's like food and it's all independent. You know you can read all you want but it's really what what works for you know. Nobody's going to be able to tell you what's best for yourself. You're the only one that can tell you that apps absolutely and I'm not the type I've really never micro dosed and usually when I sit down and do mushrooms. It's you know seven plus grams. I usually like to you all. That's why I'm usually lay down on the couch. Seven plus you get pretty lethargic and Also get down there. You almost feel like you're drunk almost But living in the Pacific northwest especially in Washington. I know at least here but there. You must have a lot of wild mushrooms men an anywhere and this is the craziest year ever seen like Shantelle season starting in the middle of the summer. And we're picking them right at the Christmas. I've never seen gene normally Sanchez's like October November. And you're done and like it was the this year we had like six months insurance. He's never seen anything like all. The old locals are like. Yeah this is the best year crocheting travelers ever been So it was pretty crazy and we have the whole mix everything I have yet to find any liberty caps. I'm sure I've seen them I've you you know what I mean on the field. I'm always looking at all the different mushrooms. I just have never been with someone that can either. And it's such a strange. It looks like so many other ones. There's so many little brown much that I'll look insane so I need someone to really come out and say for sure. This is it and once I see one with somebody that knows what they're talking about that had good at it that's how we got into servicing. The local mushrooms is moved out here and let's roll it back. I grew up in Tacoma in the suburbs like no experience with farming. Very little experience with being you know in the nature in the wild we went camping and whatnot and I was in the boy scouts but not like this not like living on a on a farm living in the woods so we cannot here although locals that we made friends with like. Oh yeah the. The mushrooms are really good at here. And we're like fuck. Does that even mean. How do you of mushrooms are going to kill you? You're going to die Mush so join a mushroom club up in Olympia Olympia and that just change everything. We'd go on these trips these excursions and we'd go mushroom hunting. All over the place inside salary learned so now I can identify all the common edibles I can identify. Identify the AMANITA. Zor Easy but I know which Amanita you can harvest The Museum Crumlin while they're the ones that will kill you so enough that we are harvesting healthy amount of our food in the fall for mushrooms for sure. Now you just briefly mention the Amanita you get those on your property. Eighty those grow. Yeah Yeah we get a Tan down here on the Oregon coast third yellows wherever you're hub at dude in in this. There's a big range in the North Northern Hemisphere and southern hemisphere all the way around the world that grows AMANITA. Is there like a universal mushroom. That's twice so many cultures have stories at Lee back to these images and they are strongly strongly like narcotic it would be the term impermissible but Kinda not narcotic but also listen hallucinogenic He's got this weird one and then the problem with Amanita is a guy. I lieutenant acid that you need to D- he car in a D carved into more mutable dependent acids the the it's relatively toxic. You're you're not gonNa have time if you just eat. AMANITA is but if you extract those is to compounds and reduce it down to the crude oil and then heated up for a while. You can D- carpet just like you. D carb the acid group off of the the the you can do the same thing that attendance acid carbon useful and then that that is a a decent plant psychedelic. I have some the highest in refined product. I have not eaten it yet. So you've actually gotten it refined. Yeah Oh yeah so when the when the deer eating them. That's when I go out and harvest Emma. I heard lower that ear eating at that was when most of it Naturally D. Card so it was better to eat The next step is to drink the deer piss. But that's not my style so see I was I was gonna say we just covered this on one of our episodes and Yeah it seems like that's the way to go. Just have someone you know. Be The be the fall guy and just drink their piss. I started thinking about that. What does that even fucking me like? I got cows on CNN piss. There's never been a time where the faced in a spot where I thought I could just go scoop up some. It's like dirt dirt or the cowboys on. I don't understand how you're going to be drinking. They must have had some kind of relationship with these deer. Man and like the J.. The plant whisper the guy with all the deer he could drink AMANITA probably cut them. They'd be stoked here. Goes there thank you close with them. Yeah good friends with the year to drink their piss so it sounds like it's something that you are going to try this Amanita the there's lots of drugs that eventually WANNA try. I've got a nice little stockpile of some of them just the time from the place. He might've my biggest fear with these drugs is that I take one minute. Drastically changes my outlook on life. And I really like where I am right now multiple times. I've had invites go do Iowa and I'm like first of all. I don't have the time for a multiple day trip like that but second of all I don't want I'm I'm afraid of what's what my brain's rain's GonNa do on that it's GonNa it's GonNa tell me like all right fuck all this cold weather go through the whole time you know you can start over here not too but it's like no no no uh this is not the right well. You never know what's going to tell you. I guess I've had some revelations myself you don't have Cubans. He's out there with call them. Cows pooping I don't think menzies okay. Okay I don't know I do know that. We have places in Oregon that people find him but Not as southern Oregon of it's up by Albany and and Eugene area I again I I need to go with someone and the mushroom club was a great place to Fi- find people people that eat psychedelic mushrooms. Surprisingly just a bunch of Weirdos that are in Russia was very very taboo to talk about it which is kind of like this pointing. That was the reason I would not before we get off the AMANITA. How you said you knew how to find them or pick the right one and he? Yeah Oh yes easiest. One Yep red with white dots. There's also some overlap into amity like Penn Thera which is when you definitely don't Wanna eat bread and the yellows and oranges and the red one even a bread disappear can fade into orange. Sometimes and the white DOTS will wash off. Because it's part of the Vail and that's where people really fuck up with eating Amazon. Is They pick them when they're really small and they had ah just barely come out of the ground and they're like a little white puffball looking thing and most of the Amanita look like that when they come up so you can very easily fuck up by by picking them right then and so all of this mosquito when really. It's like Dane like death cabin overnight Ed. So just waiting 'til they're big and read with their white dots. You'RE NOT GONNA go wrong. It's it's like the most universally recognised mushroom honor. Yeah absolutely Bario knew that we'll funny enough. It said that you have sensations of a feeling big and small when you're on these mushrooms and we talked about how he turns into super. Mario grows big big little correlation. It's interesting Oh yeah dude is like yes I was getting high on. AMANITA has come on the story from a friend of a good plotline right right right so Mushrooms now is that something that obviously mushrooms are a huge huge thing for Trees and bushes. I mean these things running these Michael Rizal networks are are huge. Now obviously. That's part of permaculture. Yes so the way that we INTERF- interface with that is yes. I don't know if you saw but I just bought a brand new tractor partially the tax write-off but also I need need a bigger tractor to run my wood chipper so I could stop renting chippers and small actor chipper..

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

12:49 min | 8 months ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"It was over thirty seven percent cabinets and one point two percent turbines so under under the school of thought that a plant can produce up to about forty percent resins. That tells me if if we tested on the right. Genetics That we we can show that we're pretty much hitting the ceiling of a plants genetic capabilities though genetically you just. You're not going to be able to see that in every replant in the test you'll be able to smell it. Taste it and feel it for sure. Oh yeah well. I noticed these plants that are in the low thirty S and Mid Thirties. It's you just can't deny the the potentcy you can feel it. Oh Yeah Yeah you can. You can feel twenties twenties. You can get away with getting down. Eighteen percent at all kind of feels the same depending on the strain gene. But man you hit thirty and it's you know it's it's strong and you know and more power to those breeders man. It's impressive it certainly is. It's not necessarily the flavor profile that I personally gravitate to. I like you know all about the TURPS. And the flavors something's fifteen percent but it had like ten percent turbines means. I would buy that all day over something. Thirty four percents years. But I figure you know if I smoked two bowls on it and it's thirty percent right so just double. Oh my intake but But yeah no doubt. There's been some strains I've tried that is like almost like taking a dab of Rosin or something saw really that far behind so do you think that we're going to cap out around forty percent. You know how much how much can a plant hold at. If we're talking about we're having discussions about you know if you hit over fifteen eighteen percent bricks levels within the plant you know you're gonNA produce turbines that are unattractive to pass well if you're hitting like maximum residents and you're going over fifteen percent bricks. I mean you're looking at fifty five percent of the plant already right there so I mean what else is the plant supposed to do like I don't I don't really really no if mathematically you can really go that much I I mean who knows I mean. Ten ten years ago thirty four percent percent he would have been unimaginable. So what should addison stuff with fire. Well it was back then I mean to them is relative. Yeah exactly and that's what I tried to explain to him sometimes. Yeah who knows what they're going to come up with next. I mean maybe maybe some kind of like auto flower looking thing where there's not even a stephanus just only a big bud and you know what I mean like maybe plant ATM material and just more resin where it's just. It has a flower on it. And it just exudes kind of like a bud that grows out of the but but on a stick. Yeah it's like a honeycomb where you just tap it every week and just anyway so one thing about conventional lines Is that you'll notice. It's not all of them but some of the more aggressive ones can be pretty harmful on your your soil life. Yeah like I mentioned The acid that acidic acid component of the potassium acetate is a microbe superfood You know there's there are other lines. That are experimenting with different. Types of Acetate You know I know. ABC organics such primordial solutions has had had their versions of Acetate some of their products. And I've seen some others like psycho and stop that have a a calcium acetate and those seem to be pretty effective as well well so I'm not knocking them at all. Pretty good innovative stuff. But I I have found that. The potassium with the ACETATE has by far the most effective delivery system into the plant. So where I hear from some growers where say see Saco with calcium acetate may give them an average faster harvest cycle of maybe half a week. We've been running into An average of one one two three week Faster Harvest Times Relative to controls or or expectations. And it's interesting because that the the plant isn't finishing faster because it is just trying to rush through its job. It's I mean it's really if your plan is finishing that much faster like full Maturity too foggy tricalm's orange hairs I think it really getting pretty much. Everything you genetically can out of that plant based off of Environment Lighting The width of space. That has a root out at CETERA. Yeah those are the kinds of plants. Were those numbers on I've never hit numbers that high on plants that took took like twelve weeks to grow. You know you know not to toot my own horn. But I've I've grown pretty decent. We'd before but the stuff that I've been producing since we've developed this line I just. I can't imagine growing without it but it is definitely. It's biologically active like we have five livestream that the Senate which isn't the most. Yeah it's not the most robust biological symptom but I've sorry the most robust biological system But there are very specific as to the functions that we have them for There's a product that's pretty popular out on the market. That is the same The same combination. Well I'm not gonNA mention them by name just to not trying. Burn them out because they're nice guys but you know it's it's sort of incorporates if you will a product that a lot of people are out there using to build builder living soil systems with. There's a lot you could do to have a more robust biological system. I've always been a fan of living soil I think it's a really high road and including like using cover. Crops even composting materials. and doing it completely organically but it's just not realistic for everybody everywhere. There's certain places where you can do. You can do that. You're in Oregon like you've got all the materials handy to do that But if you're in if you're in Nevada Good luck you know what I mean like. Good luck doing it locally sustainably living soil so a lot of these guys are actually do in living soil. Just because once it's in place in running properly it's cost effective it is cost effective too. I mean some some organics as it were you know obviously a lot more expensive to use A lot of it comes down to the shipping costs of your. That certainly certainly adds onto your your costs there but you know what I and I go around the country all the time and all I do is pretty much talk to people about growing. We'd like from the time I wake up till I go to sleep and then a lot of people that are into living soil systems. And I don't try to talk out of it. I don't try to sell them on switching being over you know because it is a high road and again like we said there's a lot of different ways you can. You can do this like we didn't invent good we by any by any means so definitely not harmful though the potassium acetate drag product. I was talking about a little bit earlier. One of the ideas. India's I had for that actually is to supplement living soil systems with So you don't have to overfeed the whole system but this is a form of potassium asked him which the the microbes tend to use up pretty quickly in the soil and this is a potassium that actually feeds feeds. Propagates them as well. So so adding microbes the kind of microbes that you would normally runs. Whether it's a you know a funkier basilicas sir. Anything like that. I I definitely want to add that with your product. You know what I do I. I don't think it's completely necessary The thing is is. You're the way that as we talking about the polyethylene technology earlier the way that works so much of it gets pulled directly into the plant There's nothing really left for microbes the to have after breakdown to go into the plant but I also look at it as if anything doesn't somehow make it into the plant. The microbes are there to help clean up the rest of it and or fix the Ph For that area of the root zone That being said though you know I have kind of different Thoughts in my head regarding guarding that. That I'm kind of trying to work out right now And this is one of those you know. Just be honest when you don't completely know type things. What is the idea like? More microbes adds more diversity. That's got to be good because they're you know if nothing else. Even they're performing some sort of enzymatic action that has got to be beneficial for the plant that somewhere but then I also wonder if you add too many types of bacteria you could just be creating a war zone where things you're going to become inconsistent. So yeah there's there's probably some sort of balance there and I just don't know that we've quite figured it out I I have a memory of of reading some sort of a research paper where they determined that there were ideal levels of microbes for the maximum amount amount of production like a specific amount And type of microbes that you would get the most production for but I can't seem to find find that paper To reference it and find out exactly what was in there so I mean technically. It's possible I dreamed of that up or something so yeah but I think there may be some research out there to that effect. If anybody could find it. Please please send it. I mean we're all learning that we're all learning being all of the time like if you're closed off to trying to figure out the next way to improve your process than they. I mean there's a lot of different goals That I had in mind that I wanted to tackle with this line. And the the over-complication of the feeding process one of them that I wanted to reduce. I mean there's still four parts and I've never really managed to figure out getting a feeding schedule below solo for parts because you've got to change the ratios week to week Calcium and phosphorus. They tend not to really get along so I mean any way you look okay. There's two products right there. VEG and flower. I mean they need different bases. So there's three and then you know the ratio of micronutrients etc.. I am going to alter throughout. So that's I mean that's where your four come in so Yeah it's three parts and Veg and then you switch one part Out and then it's three parts and pretty easy to use. Ph isn't as big of a deal. you know I want. I want people to be able even if they're inexperienced -perienced I want them to be able to have success being able to grow their own. I mean aside from the fact that growing is incredibly therapeutic experience You know to not go too far into the specifics. If you've ever worked in some of the legal facilities that exist and I definitely don't want people to think I'm talking about the entire legal market in general but Sometimes you know there could be an inherent problem when a company Anthony cannot afford to lose a harvest and things begin to happen at that point. that sometimes may not be the safest for human consumption and this. Is You know recreational or not. It's still medicine You know it's supposed to be healthy so I want. I want people to be able to grow their own clean trustworthy the medicine I mean. That's what in my opinion. We're all of. This should be going. The legal industry should be everybody growing their own. Eventually pipedream I I know but well it's I always our goal when he first started the podcast. That's what we WANNA support. was people growing their own medicine. Yeah absolutely I was a big deal. And that's what we do. Oh you know ours is all closed loop here you know. As far as our medicine we grow for us and we make it into all kinds of things and consumer loans for us all year long. And there's a lot of good quality professional brands out there absolutely but I mean if you don't know them personally personally and you haven't been to their facility. I mean it's hard to know who to trust as the average consumer and you know especially at the prices that are being charged. I I mean I don't necessarily have.

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"oregon" Discussed on Murder in Oregon

Murder in Oregon

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"oregon" Discussed on Murder in Oregon

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Do a on trash cleanup on redwood highway two just got a couple of weeks ago. It is scary and harry and super necessary. The amount of crazy trash we find out their cigarette butts included. That's thinking area this fire prom. The amount of cigarette butts down but it never does so. We're glad to get out there and help at least clean up the debris even if it didn't start fire here. That's really cool that you do that because i see so many places to the side of the road so i wish every area were adopted. I mean 'cause it needs it needs hands everywhere needs hands and it's so easy just to drive by it and forget that this is your community and this is your home and and you know they're those there's the two kinds of people people who make messes and people clean them up yeah yeah and i come from a big climbing background like i spent probably over a decade rock climbing until i hurt myself too much <unk> in our groups. I loved it because our communities our little communities in groups that we all kinda hung out in it was a just an accepted thing that you always took out more than you brought in. Henry doesn't matter if you're camping hiking rock climbing or walking down the sidewalk with your dogs. You always lane trash. Go out a little bit more than you brought in and it was a great rule to live by and pass it on to my kids and my kids i see him. They sometimes get more frustrated than i do like. Why did they look at this mass. I'm gonna make this awesome. It is awesome well. I was just gonna touch on the community service piece. I grew up in cave junction went to high school and graduated high school there and participated at a really high level in community service in high school <hes> mostly with the driving force being scholarships for college alleged but i found so much fulfillment and gratification in volunteering for all these different groups do these little projects. Even if it's two hours here an hour there to help a group out or help a cause is out felt really good and i started to really appreciate the feeling on top of the ability to get some free money for college. I applied for scholarships and got a full ride to oregon oregon. Stay be based on academics and on the community service that was one of the big driving pieces in my in. My scholarship package was how much i'd been volunteering. I continued that into you college and have worked for a few companies since then some of those companies had a cool culture and had community service events orchestrated for people people who go participate in as employees and or ways to donate as an employer or just be participating community. One of the things that i saw with the the growing cannabis seen here in southern oregon was that nobody was giving back and you see all these other industries where people make money and they give back and they're not making king as much money and we see people making tons of money off of this <hes> hampton cannabis sector and there are so few people giving back education is one of the ways that i think we give back in in a big way and it's not just canvas. It's just organics and it's just lifestyle. The tip of the week rarely has to do with cannabis ever. It's usually just a regular gardening tip which was great eight. Were teaching people in providing knowledge so education is one way to do good community service work teaching people. The other thing is to be participate in community events so <hes> <hes> when i started managing the company here we started offering each of our staff members paid.

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Doctors to prescribe smoking something. No no you think they prescribe rising. The teacher expects extracts. Can we put it in a damn like an asthma inhaler then. If that's how i did that last year he was asthma inhaler. I mean there's out medical enough now that you evenly does it and that's really bring waiting. Medication is dosed. They will cup this spirit right on yes. Is it or whatever a bong hit is great. I know it works good medicine when i'm feeling ill or whatever but i never prescription never know but i would argue so that is a good medicine even smoked. It works fast for me because i unfortunately still have occasionally stomach troubles in the morning and no matter what i do i can go on a strict diet of nothing that would bother your stomach for a month and it just i don't know i'm definitely open to different options right right now i have to it doesn't happen all the time but like this morning. Did i got up at six. That's pretty sick and i had a king cake that you guys left us and yeah just see no. It is very good <unk> for nausea really comfortable flower read it again. It was within three or four minutes. I was fine and i might that really means a lot to me because with the wall street seren. I get to try literally. I'd say seventy percent ish of them. Don't help me with moncia which could be my chemistry but it just for me. It shows me that not every strain is going to be a certain effect on me and so i make mental notes of the strains that do help me with ozzy because i like to keep those around thing is interesting about kinky and the turkey content. It's really high in osa mean like the turkey basil. Whatever so maybe if you're looking at the turquin reports for the ones that are affected. Will you take a look for me and see if that's helpful. I will and i have been and trying to with the ones that do supply the the turpin all keep note of it but some flower flower actually does not have the turpin profiles that concentrates will but the flowers. I find don't really have that info in cherry. It's an extra charge when you get this done. So <hes> i dunno kick were straight yeah. Yeah it is good to know makes me real hungry. When i needed the much i know so some of those do that and some strains do that where i just get the munchies and get tired yeah some old school now you guys are running for wreck. Wreck plans for personal plans and those are t._h._c. Look very beautiful. One of them is an organ blue berry yet oregon blueberry. There's overflew overflew rude boy o._g. Number seven allen looked really nice to know whiteout. Those are under lights right now. They're all from archives. Genetics that are high quote. We smoked all the flour before he bought the clones and then the those into the ground in mid april roll one hundred gallon pots with lose blended so you really haven't feted anything except for compost. A little little bit is all the stuff that not much at all great and it was just soil that you guys had here well. It's the booze we're going to actually use. We'll we'll top actress and put a cover crops and just keep buying this next season. That's great. That's great and hopefully we get a chance to help you produce them. Sees it that oregon. I'd love of that man yeah. We're excited about that so much yet. That's a classic flavor a hand in making that strain for organ rooted so hoping for its cloud wave underscore organics on the website setup. Him should should be set up by wednesday actually monday. We're supposed to take a look at the mockup. Okay on the next couple of weeks. W w dot cloud organic dot com up and running on you can reach me through email matthew cloud. We've organics dot com and bright bright side.

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Been able to put together. It's just been fantastic well. I'm gonna great outlook on that. I mean you know even if started ground zero again so to speak you know building. A backup sounds like you guys had a lot of passion for it and you're gonna stay in it anyway. Hopefully but you know sometimes. They chose to sheikh you off this yeah. This new partnership seems to be working out for you. Yeah linda's got decades gauge experienced and i actually work for a few years ago and <hes> said we were looking to help her. Just don't grow but she didn't have any experience in that marijuana world of casual consumer to see the opportunity in it. I didn't know how to navigate that path and that's what we brought to the table. She had this admits infrastructure but little you know expertise artiste in the business marijuana oregon at least in zoa yeah we were able to bring our expertise to the table one yeah. That's great seems to be working out. She seems to be a really nice personality and the property is beautiful out there <hes> we got video and pictures to share with that. It's just a beautiful place to be now. You guys started out this year with him. Yeah we were hoping to get the license close really quickly last last year but it took a while to get through the hurdles so in march we're like okay. We're not gonna plant for this year for el-sisi. What should we do and so we decided to perceive that hemp we were able to get the licensing from the oregon department of agriculture in a matter of weeks and the county was really. I was just so easy because of what we had done in the medical community we had amassed masterpiece collection of quality genetics. We weren't planning on cracking anytime soon but this was the this is the chance for it so we we started..

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Welcome to oregon rooted. I'm higher peaks nisus lady sativa. You're listening to the show where we bring you. Oregon's campus culture <music> fast sir all right. I'm higher peak. Welcome to the dirt show this week. We have cloud wave organics. I enlisted canyon canyon cloud. We're gannex now. They used to be golden beaver farms deaths. They had a tragic fire now. They were the first farm that we had on the show and i farm tour that we did great awesome people as we've always said fantastic edibles hell yeah all the products that they make are awesome some in good guys all around to awesome guys <hes> you know basically you have had some history now with him and they had a pretty bad fire that took out their first operation shen <hes> which was a medical grow taking care of a lot of the community over there yeah and tell them look area right yeah people really were looking for the medicine and through them and they were doing a really good job anyway so they have this tragic fire and it took out everything they've managed to turn everything around and comeback cloud wave and hittin hard yeah. These guys just are always moving their places fucking awesome yeah they always look so beautiful and things are always so healthy elsie they are pushing closed-loop getting those tight you know tightened up and also getting very tight on the no spray <hes> you know they're all under the biological logical controls and i'm really really into it too. I don't i don't like to have to spray in my feeling is is people always say well. If you're you know using biological controls you're going to have bug parts stuff. We'll there's already bugs out there yeah and so- dead or alive. There's bug parts on your stuff so yeah i'd rather i'd rather not the spider mites and not be russet mites. Exactly you know we use biological controls this year. We've used ladybugs and we've used praying mattis's marceline on those bitches to have hey they take a long time. Take the time we waited. Maybe a little bit lamb good time and now after leaving cloud wave we they gifted some camaros kookaburras that those are pretty cool and they work kuperberg sits in pine tree. Why south cook bears this weekend yeah so they are a kind of an opportunistic might say like spider mites mites him impresses what some people call <hes> <hes> <hes> which is a big one now trips of always been a problem thrifts..

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

14:10 min | 1 year ago

"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Yet. The price of flour is and so hopefully the price live backup to stay competitive with that very interesting to watch the supply and demand go back and forth were-they no. It's has a bit of a headache but it's you know man you know after working in this industry i feel like thinking about due to just like owns a bike shop or something you know like you just want to fix bikes in order bicycles. That's it you know the amount of regulation that we have to you know who's got jumped through its. I'd never seen anything like it. You know let's <hes> blows my mind. So i feel like anybody. That's been in this industry would be you know deal with anything <unk> after this you know so all the stress that we all go through you know shouts of people who who are out here trying to do it ride and do legit businessman. It's <hes> we're all out here trying to get in. We're all competing with each other and <hes> by just want everybody to win. You know it wants to open up that border. We we don't have to with each other anymore. We can just see no ship it on and there's nobody like you said. There's no better place them southern oregon to be doing this. My in this state is just just the coolest man tackle i mean. Is that something you tackle. If the you know be able to satisfy susie definitely need out <hes> having set up some yeah yeah. It's about definitely get some big money behind us to actually provide out of state. I think oregon has the chance if they don't at all it. Doesn't you know let this go on forever and push all the small people out you know i think this does have a chance to be the craft state you know if we can survive all the little farms and to be craft of cannabis. Farms think that would be really cool is the same as the i._p. You know the beer and shit absolutely <hes> it's the same thing and <hes> if i have a friend of mine who has a brewery down in austin texas taxes but he only delivers awesome. He doesn't even sell his beer outside of the austin area for whatever you know. Logistically you know whatever they don't produce enough of <hes> <hes> to sell it that you have to. I mean if we sold nationwide. I mean holy shit. We would have to have like twenty acres of live resin. You know to keep the upscale scale of of going to be a nationwide company where you are actually providing multiple states mean shit man. You'd have to be making like ten twenty. Thirty thousand grams of one kind not feel. This seems like your stuff. Ship out would probably be a little less variety than yeah. She got for here. Yeah it'd be. It'd be real interesting. You know anke when that quality at that level. You know that's very interesting. You know people have come out with all these machines there. Oh you know we can run this much and you know <hes> do this and still craft and it's still super firearms. I do think that if they did open the borders. Do you think that would be something that would just literally open up to. It seems almost be another thing that would fall state by state. I don't believe in oregon you now can legally they've. They've made the the feds have su- say that they won't come after people doing it and they say it in writing or whatever and then the other states have to accept it and say yes. We want your we and that. I don't really know because when you think about it. It's like if they had some other states like oregon. We're going to sell bunch of washington. We we went through all this shit to get our license. We paid millions and millions of people pay millions the dollars for their licenses and their facilities and set up all these people in nevada which is where we all want to sell you know and all these people paid all that money to licenses there you know how are they gonna feel. When all the oregon people we'll come you know selling their shit. You know <hes> i don't know but at the same time supply and demand if we come in with them twenty five dollars grams alive resume or selling them for eighty. Whose are they going to buy. They're gonna be buying ours yeah so i don't know it's you know i can see where the the companies in those states would really try to fight allowing importing of canvas ms parks and other states but i don't know it's going to screw with their economy because we made a lot yeah and it's all per state. You know what i mean. It's all set up by the state so everybody has their own rules the different taxes and whatever whatever and i mean it's it's you know it needs to happen and absolutely needs to happen but the logistics just excited <hes> it's just such complicated mess and i just hope that all of us <hes> independent people can last it out and big corporate bastards. Don't dig us on the but well. You made a good point. I think that hopefully it'll be just like <hes> beer or liquor. You know you're gonna have your oregon has to be the craft state. Region has the right attitude. People have the right attitude here but do you know are the big business going to increase these lawmakers pockets to the point where they don't give a fuck about that aspect of it you know because we care care about that. But obviously we all know. Are you know people we send the congress and only care about. I mean people pay premium for premium beer yeah outrageous. Sometimes sometimes you go to a bar. Even you buy something good. There are pine or something yeah stone drink. I've been trying to i i. I've heard a lot of these i._p. As a pretty good with pairing with dabs and stuff <hes> <hes> it's a it's a thing yeah i haven't gone that. I'm such a layman. I like at least have sip of some beer. You know like i try. I did it one time. It actually putting my buddy who's i take a sip of his beer then do adapt and watch the flavor like really taken your mouth of the from the dad and it really does but i imagine it the one thing about humans is we like our smells and flavor. That's the truth man yeah. I know that's right. It's gotta be funky man. It's gotta be funky. Yeah man yeah yeah dude. It's a it's a crazy ride man. That's for sure so the future looks bright. We're glad that you're here. Thank you and real quick. Let's cover e- t._h._c. You're you're a jap town dab town. Where else are where. I want to skip anybody. Mad at green valley wellness had some of our stuff. Yes skunk skunk rx forward cannabis grants pass. They always have all our stuff. <hes> we got the <hes> cloud and i get a little bit of our stuff. R._b._c.'s got some of our stuff all good players father locations yet <hes> shots point jimbo who else market street wellness. My still has some of us <hes>. There's one more forgiving desk top option to man. They got a little bit of our stuff. Talent health club downtown forward are places that you can always find all of our stuff soon as it drops ops and as if you're looking for a hot stuff like those three shops were always having first and then if you're in roseburg f._x. For twenty he got truth dispensary korean herbal remedies in salem grasslands and eugene o. g. and eugene next level <hes> t t h e today's herbal actually ooh to so many dispensaries. You know oh my older now man. You guys are playing pool. Oh my god there's like today's herbal choice. That's in the portland carry us to to no t._h._c. americana in portland right in the archive portland extracts and there's a handful all of other places excellent green remedy man shot here by the phone with us. A lot of places on the coast high tide and brooklyn's. Okay always have everything to good shots all it independent shops. It's out there. It's a great product dude. I'm still trying to recover from that. Shit hit me hard white. Why am i not getting hit that hard all the time now. I'm telling you man gotta. Get gotta get funky. You know appreciate that. It was good my pleasure thank you. My answer would be doing a <hes>. I didn't expect less though you know like i told you earlier. You are a staple on the on the dab trae an awesome lane. It's honor to be ought to be there for real man so it's definitely improved <hes> in for everybody else out there if you haven't tried them. Give them a try. Cause ama- and please delays were out there. Yeah we have price point for everybody and <hes> you know definitely we. We really only source material that we thanks good when running any crap in funky noah davidge ourselves you know we're flower growers ourselves and we we know what we was going to work and we wanted to make the best product for the best price might be expensive more expensive than a couple of other products out there but i guarantee it's made from some of the best flour you've ever seen and it's gonna be funky. Wanna tell you. I've never opened one of your jars and been like oh yeah. I know there's some like it sounds good. It looks any open the jar and you're like what yeah i hate. When like kinda smells good. Takashi smells pretty good taste all weird. You're like well what's up with that. They do sometimes events that to make it. It looks good or whatever yeah smells all right. That's what i love about. Oregon's people's a passion for organic growing in making sure pesticides or not. It's so refreshing to live in a place where people do really care about what's happening in the environment and you know what type of you know what happens from us. Doing you know what we're doing to the environment. Uh-huh it's so cool to be around like mine people like that instead of you know people who are just like wet digging the ground against them all not only is the movement big here here but it's very protective of it yeah so so where can people find him. In terms of you. Guys are funk extracts on on instagram. They shut down our facebook facebook page. I keep on somebody out. There keeps the charges. Shutdown are not out there man. Maybe they don't wanna see a shot but i understand stance competitive market hate to see us doing i think to if you're trying to make you know bo you know like i said we're not here for the drama. We'd never be about any of that stuff. We're here to support and respect everybody. That's out trying to make a living for their families and <hes> you know it's cool. We have we're on funk. Extracts funk extracts dot com. I need updated a little bit but it's cooler website..

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"So, yeah. I'd love. I wish I could. I mean, people it's not, I don't have anything against it. I don't I wish I could consume it just get too paranoid. Not of my brain might not. And the fact that I'm on the road so much as just not even worth for me to be in anada different cities in states, just here here here in here rather. All right. I'll go and do my thing, and get home to my boy. Yeah. I don't need to help panic attack on the road in any of that bullshit. That goes along with that. That's cool. Well, so why don't you kept you on probably too long wanted to go out and tag or shutout to he need to shout out to do you want to tell us your Instagram and where to find you made my good. Yeah. My Instagram's Oregon's only underscore, these coast. That's, that's pretty much the main thing that you'll see a lot of my, my happenings on from family life to work, and grow horticulture rep group, a division of. Manohla analytics, we rock hosta products nectar for the gods. Bigfoot Mike arising nanna Lux, cultured biologics, the regional Resonator troll master growth here and grow Kito. Pretty much anything you need to get your girl up and running weekend, we can facilitate that move for you. We have reps, and every territory of the states or Rico. We also have reps over in Europe. We have a European outlet. So where you guys listen to from men were out there. Well, hopefully come through organ again. And if you do you're gonna be in Portland area, something we can make it up there. Yeah. For sure man. Yeah, we'll always catch up. We'll always catch up now that you're on intra share. We'll have to do it again. Less less work more formal. It'd be fun less work more formal less form. Next time..

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