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08:09 min | Last month

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hello. Haya Nils lofgren please. Knows Nell sites, Mike Shoe, and Luke, and Russ Khandan from the long. May you young podcast? We had interview setup for four. Yeah. This is my land line is You get an okay single you sound loud and clear surgery. Yeah. Great. Good and I'm sorry who what are the names I'm speaking to my name is Michael Do Mike in Luke Luke Skywalker and and Russ. Great. All right and churn s`amuse off here. Will you listen to nells? I'm listening to the pretenders. Shocked they got a new album out I I I was I kind of befriended them on their first U s tour and jam with them a bit. State close Through all the drama and the sadness and the funerals regards. Jimmy and he. And but you know they're still amazing band Christie's one of my favorite singers and writers and I bought an album Kind of a jazz torch album she made a number of months ago. It was really beautiful again, featuring that great voice and then I just noticed I pre-ordered it a couple of weeks ago just propped up there was a preorder for a new pretenders album. So I mean I'm not even sure I've been meaning to. Reach out and ask where where the heck do you find time to make an album during the pandemic but It's great music and it's always good to hear a great band that's been around that long. And So that's what I was listening to actually. Signing some CD's on my new album and get ready to ship them out and excited to have some. A new live show out to share but Wrong. May you young sounds great right up my alley, right? Yeah. I know you know a little bit of something about Neil Young and We'll talk about, but we're all. We're also want to talk about weathered, which comes out on August twenty first and. which sounds amazing. But can I just say I think it's awesome that you. Buy. albums. Like you must have some kind of connection where you could get this stuff for free. But you you like? Stuff and you buy the albums I think that's new stuff. Yeah and I think that's fantastic that you're like still supporting your flagship sick to my Solta. I. Just wouldn't I I. There's not enough. Booze or pills to get me to a point where I call a friend and say, Hey, can you send me one year records free? Not that I would you know ever in. My mind. So and we I mean I go to shows course less than the pandemic. But you know we never ask for free tickets we like to support our. You know fellow artists and musicians and people who go through the trouble of travelling to our town. In this case, it's You Know Phoenix Scottsdale Tempe area, but a lot of music coming through but yeah court, of course, I buy records and music, and that's one of the Nice things about I tunes even though the sound quality is not good if you. Remember some tune from fifty five years ago or some obscure thing and he just dying here. There's a chance you can find it at least initially and. That's one of the good things about technology oughta pros and cons but anyway, happy to support my fellow musicians who I I gotta I gotTa say Ah. Just a quick shameless plug off the top here Luke and I are brothers I'm Russ speaking here and we're in a band ourselves call town meeting and were heavily influenced by Neil obviously, and you know you in the Horse and with Bruce and everything you're a heavy influence on us but we really appreciate that you even someone to your stature that goes out and supports. Live music that way that especially in a time like this, that means the world to people like us who are who have been struggling and you know we're not at that level but we you know we do okay and and It's still it it. It's just really great and refreshing to hear that folks like you and he even kneeled you so much for. For people like US Luke nine in a in a band to who are still out there still struggling and trying to make things happen in the in the best ways we can it we it means law just say so and and also as someone who's in a band with not one but two of my brothers I I saw that you are in a band with your brother. And I'm just wondering we have our ups and downs and for the most part, it's actually like very rewarding and refreshing. I'm wondering what your experience has been with playing with family. I've been lucky I. I'm the oldest of four boys I have had incredible mom and dad and grow up in a really great household with a Lotta love and common sense and you know Boundaries that were very practical and we couldn't have better parents. So all my brothers play Tommy became professional and of course, joined grin at a very young age but I've always got along great with my brothers i. mean maybe when we were you know five and six I was pushing them around but they go quickly got a lot bigger than Mesa. Kicks you could do like a front flip and then kick him in the head. Yeah. None of advert Mike and mark taught themselves to play and sing great they. They do music on their own they right and whenever we play at the Birch Mayor in Alexandria Virginia DC shows they all four brothers are up singing together, which is grassing. We got our mom down to probably a dozen shows and even my dad over the last twenty thirty years. And You know we lost my mom or year and a half ago but just be you know not too long not to to early before that, we got her to a show to see us all and our crews tickly and then going through with the band we did a my brothers to a great version of the Hank Williams song minor business. So that was. Great wanted to pull out and get on the record. But yeah, I've been blessed to get along great with my brothers. We seem to the odor disagree with. You know understanding and respect and dignity, and it's just been A. My best friends and I've been really blessed because I. of course have a lot of friends that struggle more and more, and then when you throw in the band thing that can bring in some stuff that separate from you know sibling libraries just sometimes in a band. That's part of a good band as you're not afraid to throw out different paying is on the table or take a look at them and figure out what's best for the whole. We could talk about that for. Well we'll talk we'll talk about your your brothers. On what they're doing on weathered coming up here, but we want to do if we could since this is a this podcast. What we are doing is we're going through. Neil's catalogue. Album by album in order of release and we've done everything up through. Everybody says why? Usually our what's wrong with you But. We've gone up through Zuma was no Zuma and then we Still. We did this the long? May you run just briefly only because the podcast is named is sort of named after that. Yeah after the side but. So. That's what we do here long may you young and you know we've talked a lot about you and your contributions to to Neil's music up until this point. So I if we could just do a little fact check at first of some things we've said so you met neil when you're seventeen, the story is you. s I saw an interview where you. Snuck backstage. Yeah you it was.

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:09 min | Last month

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hello. Haya Nils lofgren please. Knows Nell sites, Mike Shoe and Luke and Russ. Khandan from the long may you young podcast? We had interview setup for four. Yeah. This is my land line is You get an okay single you sound loud and clear surgery. Yeah. Great. Good and I'm sorry who what are the names I'm speaking to my name is Michael Do Mike in Luke Luke Skywalker and and Russ. Great. All right and churn s`amuse off here. Will you listen to nells? I'm listening to the pretenders. Shocked they got a new album out I I was I kind of befriended them on their first U s tour and jam with them a bit. State close Through all the drama and the sadness and the funerals regards Jimmy and he? And But you know they're still amazing band Christie's one of my favorite singers and writers and I bought an album Kind of a jazz torch album, she made a number of months ago. It was really beautiful again, featuring that great voice and then I just noticed I pre-ordered it a couple of weeks ago just propped up there was a preorder for a new pretenders album. So I mean I'm not even sure I've been meaning to. Reach out and ask where where the heck do you find time to make an album during a pandemic but. It's great music and it's always good to hear a great band that's been around that long. And So that's what I was listening to actually. Signing, some CD's on my new album and get ready to ship them out and excited to have some. A new live show out to share but Wrong may you young sounds great right up my alley, right? Yeah. I know you know a little bit of something about Neil, young and We'll talk about but we're all we're also want to talk about weathered which comes out on August twenty first and which sounds amazing. But can I just say I think it's awesome that you? Buy. albums. Like, you must have some kind of connection where you could get this stuff for free. But you you like. Stuff and you buy the albums I think that's new stuff. Yeah and I think that's fantastic that you're like still supporting your flagship sick to my soda. I just wouldn't I I there's not enough. Booze or pills to get me to a point where I call a friend and say, Hey, can you send me one year records free? Not, that I would you know ever in. My mind. So and we I, mean I, go to shows course less than the pandemic. But you know we never ask for free tickets we like to support our. You know fellow artists and musicians and people who go through the trouble of travelling to our town. In this case, it's You Know Phoenix Scottsdale Tempe area but a lot of music coming through but yeah court. Of course, I buy records and music, and that's one of the Nice things about I tunes even though the sound quality is not good if you. Remember. Some tune from fifty five years ago or some obscure thing and he just dying here. There's a chance you can find it at least initially and. That's one of the good things about technology oughta pros and cons, but anyway, happy to support my fellow musicians who I I gotTA. I gotta say just a quick shameless plug off the top here Luke, and I are brothers I'm Russ speaking here and we're in a band ourselves call town meeting and were heavily influenced by Neil. Obviously, and you know you in the Horse and with Bruce and everything you're a heavy influence on us but we really appreciate that you even someone to your stature that goes out and supports. Live music that way that that. especially in a time like this, that means the world to people like us who are who have been struggling and you know we're not at that level but we you know we do okay and and It's still it it. It's just really great and refreshing to hear that folks like you and he even kneeled you so much for. For. People like US luke nine in a in a band to who are still out there still struggling and trying to make things happen in the in the best ways we can it we it means law just say so and and also as someone who's in a band with not one. But two of my brothers I I saw that you are in a band with your brother. And I'm just wondering we have our ups and downs and for the most part, it's actually like very rewarding and refreshing I'm wondering what your experience has been with playing with family. I've been lucky. I. I'm the oldest of four boys I have had incredible mom and dad and grow up in a really great household with a Lotta love and common sense and you know Boundaries that were very practical and we couldn't have better parents. So all my brothers play Tommy became professional, and of course, joined grin at a very young age but I've always got along great with my brothers. I. Mean maybe when we were, you know five and six I was pushing them around but they go quickly got a lot bigger than Mesa. Kicks you do like a front flip and then kick him in the head. Yeah. None of advert, Mike and mark taught themselves to play and sing great they. They do music on their own they right and whenever we play at the Birch Mayor in Alexandria. Virginia DC shows they all four brothers are up singing together, which is grassing. We got our mom down to probably a dozen shows and even my dad over the last twenty thirty years. And You know we lost my mom or year and a half ago but just be you know not too long not to to early before that, we got her to a show to see us all and our crews tickly and then going through with the band we did a my brothers to a great version of the Hank Williams song minor business. So that was. Great wanted to pull out and get on the record. But yeah, I've been blessed to get along great with my brothers we seem to the odor disagree with. You know understanding and respect and dignity, and it's just been a my best friends and I've been really blessed because I of course have a lot of friends that struggle more and more and then when you throw in the band thing that can bring in some stuff that separate from you know sibling libraries just sometimes in a band. That's part of a good band as you're not afraid to throw out different paying is on the table or take a look at them and figure out what's best for the whole. We could talk about that for. Well, we'll talk we'll talk about your your brothers. On what they're doing on weathered coming up here but we want to do if we could. Since this is a this podcast. What we are doing is we're going through. Neil's catalogue. Album by album in order of release, and we've done everything up through. Everybody says that. Usually our what what's wrong with you. But we've gone up through Zuma was no Zuma and then we Still. We did this the long may you run just briefly only because the podcast is named is sort of named after that. Yeah after the side but. So that's what we do here long may you young and you know we've talked a lot about you and your contributions to to Neil's music up until this point. So I, if we could just do a little fact check at first of some things we've said so you met neil when you're seventeen, the story is you. s I saw an interview where you. Snuck backstage. Yeah you it was.

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:16 min | 2 months ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hello. Nils. lofgren please. Knows Nells, sites, Mike Shoe and Luke and Russ Khandan. From the long. May you young podcast? We had an interview set up for four. Yeah. This is my land line is that you get an okay sync signal you sound loud and clear surgery. Yeah. Great good and I'm sorry who what are all the names are speaking to? My name is Mike. Mike. Luke Luke Skywalker and and Russ. Right. Great. All right, and Charn as some music off here. Are you listening to? You know what? I'm listening to the pretenders. Shock they got a new album out I I was I kind of befriended them on their first US tour and jam with them a bit. Stayed Close Through all the drama the. Nurse and the funerals we lost Jimmy and he. and. but you know there's still an amazing band. Christie's one of my favorite singers and writers and I, bought an album Kind of a jazz torch album, she made a number of months ago. There was really beautiful again, featuring that great voice and then I just noticed I pre-ordered a couple of weeks ago just popped out there was a preorder for a new pretenders album. So I mean, I'm not even sure I've been meaning to. Reach out and ask where where the heck you find time to make an album during a pandemic but. It's great music and it's always good to hear a great band that's been around that long. And so that's what I was listening to actually. Shines some CD's and my new album and getting ready to ship them out and excited to have some. A new live show out to share but Wrong may you young sounds great right in my alley, right? Yeah. I know you know a little bit of something about Neil Young and you know we'll talk about but we're we're all. We're also to talk about weathered which comes out on August twenty first and which sounds amazing. But can I just say I think it's awesome that you? Buy. Albums I know like you must have some kind of connection where you could get this stuff for free but you you like preorder stuff by the albums and Stuff, yeah and I think that's fantastic that you're still supporting your. Sick to my older. I I just wouldn't I. There's not of. Booze or pills to get me to a point where I'd call a friend and say, Hey, can you send me one your records free? Not that I would you know ever that would never enter my mind. So. I mean, I go to shows of course, less than the pandemic but you know we never ask for free tickets we like to support our. You know fellow artists and musicians and people who go through the trouble of travelling to our town. In this case, it's Phoenix Scottsdale Tempe area but a lot of good music through but Yeah Court of course, I buy records and music, and that's one of the Nice things about High tunes even though the sound quality is not good if you. Remember tune from fifty five years ago or some obscure thing and he just dying here. There's a good chance. You can find it at least initially and That's one of the good things about technology pros and cons, but anyway. To support my fellow musicians I gotta I gotTa say just a quick shameless plug off the top here Luke, and I are brothers I'm Russ speaking here and we're in a band ourselves called town meeting and we're heavily influenced by Neil obviously and you in the horse and with Bruce and everything you're heavy influence on us but. We really appreciate that you even someone to your stature that goes out and supports the live music in that way that that especially in a time like this, that means the world to people like us who are, yeah, who have been struggling and you know we're not at that level but we you know we do okay and and it's still it. It's just really great and refreshing to hear that folks like you and even neil do so much for. For people like us like nine in a in a band to who are still out there still struggling and trying to make things happen in the in the best ways we can't. It means a lot to say so and also as someone who's in a band with not one but two of my brothers I I saw that you are in a band with your brother. And I'm just wondering we have our ups and downs and for the most part, it's actually like very rewarding and refreshing. I'm wondering what your experience has been with playing with family. We know I've been lucky I on the oldest of four boys. Had Incredible Mom and dad and grow up in a really great household with a lot of love and common sense. And you know Boundaries that were very practical and we we couldn't have better parents. So all my brothers play Tommy became professional and of course, joined granted a very young age but I've always got along great with my brothers I mean, maybe when we were, you know five and six I was pushing him around but they go quickly got a lot bigger than me. Early Yea. Kicks you could do like a front flip and then kick him in the head or something. None of that. Mike and mark taught themselves to play and sing great they. They do music on their own they right and whenever we play at Birch Mayor in Alexandria Virginia or any DC shows All four brothers are up singing together, which is grassing. We've got our mom down to probably a dozen shows and even my dad over the last twenty thirty years and You know we lost my mom or year and a half ago but just being you know not too long not to. To. Early before that, we got her to a a show to see saul and Koos tickly, and then going through with the ban we did my brothers to a great version of the Hank Williams Song. Mind your own business. So that was. Great one to pull out and get on the record. But yeah, I've been blessed to get along great with my brothers we we seem to the to disagree with a lot of you know understanding and respect and dignity and it's just been My best friends and I've been really blessed because I. of course, I have a lot of friends that struggle more and more aim when you throw in the band thing that can bring in some stuff that's separate from you know sibling libraries just sometimes in a ban. That's part of a good band is you're not afraid to throw out different opinions on the table. Take a look Adam and figure out what's best for the whole. We could talk about that for for hours. Yeah. We'll talk we'll talk about your your brothers. On and what they're doing on weathered coming up here but we want to do if we could since this is this podcast what we are doing we're going through. Neil's catalog. Album by album in order of release and we've done everything up. Everybody says that why do they? Wow or what's wrong with you but we've gone up through and Zuma was no Zuma and then we. Did this long? May you run just briefly only because the podcast is named is named after that after the sign but. So that's what we do here long may you young and we've talked a lot about you and your contributions to to Neil's music in this point. So I if we could just do a little fact check first of some things we said so you met neil when you were seventeen, the story is you you I saw an interview where you it was snuck backstage. Yeah it was It was at a point where my band grin was I'd left high school and we were looking for record deals playing all over.

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:16 min | 2 months ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hello. Nils lofgren please. Knows Nells, sites, Mike Shoe, and Luke, and Russ Khandan from the long may you young podcast? We had an interview set up for four. Yeah. This is my land line is that you get an okay sync signal you sound loud and clear surgery. Yeah. Great good and I'm sorry who what are all the names are speaking to? My name is Mike. Mike. Luke, Luke Skywalker and and Russ. Right, great all right and Charn as some music off here. Are you listening to You know what? I'm listening to the pretenders. Shock they got a new album out I I was I kind of befriended them on their first US tour and jam with them a bit. Stayed Close Through all the drama, the sadness and the funerals we lost Jimmy, and he And but you know there's still an amazing band Christie's one of my favorite singers and writers and I bought an album Kind of a jazz torch. A number of months ago there was really beautiful again, featuring that voice and then I just noticed I pre-ordered a couple of weeks ago just popped out there was a preorder for a new pretenders album. So I mean, I'm not even sure I've been meaning to. Reach out and ask where where the heck you find time to make an album during a pandemic but. It's great music and it's always good to hear a great band that's been around that long. and. So that's what I was listening to actually. Shines some CD's and my new album and getting ready to ship them out and excited to have some. A new live show out to share but Wrong, may you young sounds great right in my alley, right? Yeah. I know you know a little bit of something about Neil Young and you know we'll talk about but we're we're all. We're also to talk about weathered which comes out on August twenty first and which sounds amazing. But can I just say I think it's awesome that you? Buy. Albums I know like you must have some kind of connection where you could get this stuff for free but you you like preorder stuff by the albums and Stuff. Yeah and I think that's fantastic that you're still supporting your. Sick to my older. I I just wouldn't I there's not of. Booze, or pills to get me to a point where I'd call a friend and say, Hey, can you send me one your records free? Not that I would You know ever that would never enter my mind so. I mean, I go to shows of course, less than the pandemic but you know we never ask for free tickets we like to support our. You know fellow artists and musicians and people who go through the trouble of travelling to our town. In this case, it's PHOENIX, Scottsdale Tempe area. But a lot of good music through but yeah, court of course. I. Buy Records and music, and that's one of the Nice things about High tunes even though the sound quality is not good if you. Remember some tune from fifty five years ago or some obscure thing and he just dying here. There's a good chance. You can find it at least initially and That's one of the good things about technology pros and cons, but anyway. To support my fellow musicians. I gotta say just a quick shameless plug off the top here luke and I are brothers I'm Russ speaking here and we're in a band ourselves called town meeting and we're heavily influenced by Neil obviously, and you in the Horse and with Bruce and everything you're heavy influence on us but. We really appreciate that you even someone to your stature that goes out and supports the live music in that way that that especially in a time like this, that means the world to people like us who are, yeah, who have been struggling and you know we're not at that level but we you know we do okay and and it's still it. It's just really great and refreshing to hear that folks like you and even neil do so much for. For people like us like nine in a in a band to who are still out there still struggling and trying to make things happen in the in the best ways we can't. It means a lot to say so and also as someone who's in a band with not one but two of my brothers I I saw that you are in a band with your brother. and. I'm just wondering we have our ups and downs and for the most part, it's actually like very rewarding and refreshing. I'm wondering what your experience has been with playing with family. We know I've been lucky I on the oldest four boys. had. Incredible Mom and dad and grow up in a really great household with a lot of love and common sense. And you know Boundaries that were very practical and we we couldn't have better parents. So all my brothers play Tommy became professional, and of course, joined granted a very young age but I've always got along great with my brothers i. mean maybe when we were, you know five and six I was pushing him around but they go quickly got a lot bigger than me. Early. Yea. Kicks, you could do like a front flip and then kick him in the head or something. None of that. Mike and mark taught themselves to play and sing great they. They do music on their own they right and whenever we play at Birch Mayor in Alexandria Virginia or any DC shows they all four brothers are up singing together, which is grassing. We've got our mom down to probably a dozen shows and even my dad over the last twenty thirty years and You know we lost my mom or year and a half ago but just being you know not too long not to. To early before that, we got her to a a show to see saul and Koos tickly, and then going through with the ban we did my brothers to a great version of the Hank Williams song mind, your own business. So that was. Great, one to pull out and get on the record. But yeah, I've been blessed to get along great with my brothers. We we seem to the to disagree with a lot of you know understanding and respect and dignity, and it's just been. My best friends and I've been really blessed because I of course I have a lot of friends that struggle more and more name when you throw in the band thing that can bring in some stuff that's separate from you know sibling libraries just sometimes in a ban that's part of a good band is you're not afraid to throw out different opinions on the table. Take a look Adam and figure out what's best for the whole. We could talk about that for for hours. Yeah. We'll talk we'll talk about your your brothers. On and what they're doing on weathered coming up here but we want to do if we could since this is this podcast what we are doing we're going through. Neil's catalog. Album by album in order of release and we've done everything up. Everybody says that why do they? Wow or what's wrong with you but we've gone up through and Zuma was no Zuma and then we. Did this long? May you run just briefly only because the podcast is named is named after that after the sign but. So that's what we do here long may you young and we've talked a lot about you and your contributions to to Neil's music in this point. So I if we could just do a little fact check first of some things we said so you met neil when you were seventeen, the story is you you I saw an interview where you it was snuck backstage. Yeah it was It was at a point where my band grin was I'd left high school and we were looking for record deals playing all over.

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

07:07 min | 3 months ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"It right now. Ravin, resigning ourselves to the deaths of hundreds of thousands more Americans an epidemic, that never goes away and the economy and even schools that can never come back because the epidemic is still to gigantic. Our chance to get it right the first time. Try again. Now. Importantly what they're asking for is national action and abandonment implicitly of this idea that we have been pursuing for some reason, which is that every state should do their own thing on their own time line with no coordination. Right. That's the basic point of the simultaneous action versus sequential action. Those graphs from Dr David. How that? We've been trying to front page on the show all week with the basic idea, the simple idea being that if we act together all at once if we act simultaneously like the graph shows on the left, the whole thing is over sooner. But if we don't if we let everybody act, we let every state act whenever they feel like it. Honestly, that may feel good. That may feel like a great American idea from the outset, but what it means epidemiologically is the thing is going to go on and on and on and on and on and on and on and a lot. More people are going to be sick a lot. More people are going to die, and the economy is going to be hit so much harder because it's going to have to be shut down for so much longer. It's an infectious disease, right? This is not an ideological thing. It is an infectious disease. Listen to the infectious disease experts about how to do this thing with the least pain. They knew from the beginning. We ignore them and did it the hard way, and that's what we're living through. Listen to the experts on how to do this stuff. or If you don't like listening to the experts, instead just look at every other country in the world. That got it under control by doing that while we still don't even know if we can have school again anytime soon. Since the president started crowing that he was going to use the federal government to somehow force schools open nationwide. We started to see protests around the country by teachers and Bhai. Some parents against trying to force schools open in an environment where the spread of the virus is out of control and just the past week, just looking for these protests just as top of the line survey. We've seen teacher protests in. Jackson Mississippi State capital Great State of Mississippi. We've seen big teacher protests in Cherokee County Georgia We've seen protests at the state capital in the Great State of Alabama. We've seen protests in Chicago and it. Austin Texas in Iowa. Iowa Republican. Governor Kim Reynolds, says she intends to force schools to open statewide in Iowa. No matter what some Iowa, teachers have started writing their own obituaries and sending them to Governor Kim Reynolds. Leaving open spot where she can fill in the date on which died. I, mentioned. We've also been seeing Florida teachers writing living wills in Jacksonville. They've been naming the mayor there as their healthcare proxy to make health decisions for them when they're incapacitated. Here's an interesting case in Arizona. There's been tons of teacher protests. They've been doing these mobile teacher protests in these Pretty significant teacher demonstrations in Phoenix Scottsdale Tempe Mesa Gilbert Tucson Yuma surprise Arizona. And Arizona is really interesting. Case Right Arizona. If you've been playing pay close attention, their numbers statewide are finally starting to level out a little bit this week after Arizona having been the scariest place in the country, in terms of Covid, for much of June and July. Now Arizona's Republican Governor Doug Ducey had initially like president trump like Florida's Republican governor onto Santa's Iowa's very trumpy Republican governor Kim Reynolds Arizona's Governor Doug. Ducey had also initially just announced a mandate by which he declared. All schools must open no matter what. But you know there was pushback and the pushback worked, and this sort of thing is worth paying attention to particularly if you are beaten down by how about the headlines are and how bad the news is staying. Look at the places where people fighting for constructive policy. Are Winning are getting even. Politicians who have not been good on this issue to get better. In Arizona. We saw it when the state public. Health Association balked at what the governor was telling schools to do the Public Health Association telling Governor, Ducey that instead of picking date out a hat, by which he declared that Arizona schools had to open instead, they said the government should pick evidence based criteria to decide when or whether it's safe to open K. to twelve. Twelve schools they suggested things like a sustained and consistent reduction in the number of new covid cases in the community. They want to see a threshold that communities had to meet for example, the positivity rate being under five percent for two weeks at a time, they wanted to see contact tracing being running effective hospitals having beds available. In case, there was a new surge. The Arizona Public Health Association told that state's governor that he should pick criteria that could indicate that it is safe to open. And then make school district's meet meet those criteria before they open rather than him just randomly declaring that it doesn't matter. And it's safe because he says so on a date on which he picked out. So, the Arizona Public Health Association speaks up the state's superintendent of schools in Arizona joined in that call as well, and of course you cannot overstate the impact of teachers all over the Great State of Arizona, taking to the streets and showing up and being hurt. And it takes a lot of work like that, but it has now sort of at least worked. Zona governor has reversed course and is now telling schools that they are going to need to meet public health evidence based criteria in order to open instead of him, just picking a random date for a mandate, and it's not perfect. Was He's announcing? They're still ambiguity, and it still remains to be seen. We'll see how it works. But everybody who's been telling you? That citizenship. Is really important right now and that citizenship can really work right now that your country needs right now. That we citizens need to make our government do a better job right now. Well, I mean it's a small. It's a small thing. And it's one St and again we'll see how it works, but the activism and the pressure and the expert opinion and the sustained criticism, and the same, the same constructive criticism in Arizona House this week. Appeared to make that states response at least marginally less, ignorant, dangerous and potentially fatal. It has materially helped. Push that state's decisions to at least admit that scientifically. assessable facts exist, and they matter as to what the state should do next. So take that. Take that little colonel. And Run with it right? Be heartened by.

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on KGO 810

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on KGO 810

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

11:21 min | 7 months ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Twenty-three in North Carolina with me today. I have my companion my quad companion. Kevin fryer cloth. That's how Carrie Word I. I love that little alliteration for you today. Kevin how you doing buddy. I've been create have stayed home a lot and then I stayed home the next day and and the next day after that it's been a lot of fun. Yes it's fast same old same old We've been going to the office trying to get in there every day for a couple of hours to see it merges and just to get out of the House but today was my last official day doing that so I'm homebound after today. Yeah we've seen a couple of emergencies. We've had a couple of things happen but mostly I've been home. Yeah it's kind of Nice doing this during the day typically recording these late at night late at night in our underwear. That's right that's right so we are fully clothed today but it does mean. We can enjoy a cup of coffee while recording. It does feel like a real talk show when you have coffee in coffee mugs and cigarettes. Yes flashback to the seventies merv Griffin just Flew over our shoulder yes Kevin. Do you have any special coffee mugs? I do almost all of ours are white but I do have my office one here described by accident and I do have one from one of my favorite place flavored restaurants in Columbus which will become more important later on in this podcast leaf. But this is those are my special ones one of my special ones. This is starbucks Vancouver Mug if you can see that Excellent got this remote wife years ago when I was out taking more Olson's Indo course which we talked about a few times on the PODCASTS Great Course for any of our listeners. Looking to get more focused on Indo. Yeah but I will tell you that was one of my first time being in a city and really Kinda say to myself while I live here and yeah ought to be light just uprooting myself and my family in moving across the coast. Um to a completely different city Kevin. Have you ever thought the same way? Yeah I've been Vancouver once and it was really awesome but my thoughts of uprooting and going somewhere. When I was younger would have been Chicago. I just thought it was just a really cool New York of the Mid West right toby lawson big city but you still have that midwest flavor. I really thought a lot about it right after dental school. But you're I am in good old. Cleveland yes now you guys have talked about possibly making a move. Yeah retirement move. Tell me a little bit about that. So we go to ocean city Maryland Delaware Area. A lot we have. We have two trips planned the summer. I don't know that those are going to happen. And we have you know definitely look looked at houses and stuff there so it's far enough away where we can get away from it all but close enough to be around family. I have family in Baltimore. And it's not that really that far from Cleveland so I would love to move at our someday and enjoy. Enjoy the summers there. Yes that's the theme of our good friend. Mike Keller a belief. Yeah so we. I've been to Mike Keller's House I've been. I've dined at his table. House that I've you know. I have an off the record in been in his basement. I think maybe the living room keep the gap. I have been on his deck house Vic. It's a big Mac supplied. Scott some fancy stuff on it. I hear you okay. So speaking of uprooting and moving across the country we have a very special guest today. clinical hacks. Please welcome Stephen Holt. Steven how are you can hear me? We came way out here. Yes okay great. Great so tell us a little bit about. Oh Man. Where should I start? Well I was born in Nineteen eight. Let's let's start from dentistry so we don't get to win here Accident from the state cabins from I'm from Cincinnati. Ohio originally went to the Ohio State University. Yes go watch number. Today you are. Outnumbers graduated dental school in thirteen. Never left Columbus practice in a suburb of Columbus up until about two months ago. And now I'm out here in Phoenix Scottsdale Tempe area. So I'm coming to you. Live from studio one eighty in Tempe Arizona. These new studio one day the official studio one a S. I stole Webcam and microphone so I have a tiny studio mine office here now. So what are you doing out there in tippy? Well if you're familiar with just immediate. All you know. He runs a low educational group called implant pathway which Kevin has ever heard of it never graduated from esteemed alumnus so they're expanding their clinic year to have a new surgical clinic. This will be opening hopefully sometime this year. If all this clears up and I'll be running that so I'll technically I believe? My title is implant director at implant pathway and I'm also the clinic director of the New Horizon Surgical Center. So it's a kind of a dual thing that Kinda worked for pathway the educational side and also worked for the clinic which is a nonprofit clinic here in Tempe. That's where the patients come from how we serve the community down here so it's it's exciting. Unfortunately my first day at work haven't done anything clinical because of what we're going through. I'm getting a lot done. We're GONNA let down and a lot of stuff behind the scenes protocols setups Mac and I haven't done anything either so it doesn't matter good time to take some time off. Yeah well we got a lot a lot to do so. Actually it's Kinda Nice. I asked me getting three weeks. How Nice this. But it's nice right now to. Kinda get stuff set up the CAN. I get the ball rolling so when this does clear. Were hit the ground running on a lot of exciting salon. New Pieces Law New People down here pathway in Tempe. So it's GonNa be good stuff. So Stephen tells a bit about your start of your journey down your implant. Pathway was something you started in dental school. Was it continuing Ed after graduation so actually dental soy took very little extracurricular implant stuff. I really didn't want to do dental school so I can't take a little hodgepodge but I wasn't one of those guys who did all the requirements in three years and then just for your shadowed implant implant at school or whatever but was there anybody in your dental school getting the experience a place in implants a high state was really minimum placing implants. You could basically make guide and treatment plant with a period honest resident and then I did that once for because you get like a crown credit or something that everyone needs those and I walked in the surgery. Hand the guy that made and they put it in the mouth and throat then every religious salvage one of those things but there not changed a lot. I don't know how things have Jason. The last five years but high state has every specialty under the side. They even have a dental implant clinic. So for the UNDERGRAD. It's pretty hard to get a lot of experience and like some of the newer schools that don't have all those adjunctive services so no. I didn't get a lot of experience dental school and I graduated in thirteen in two thousand fifteen. I took my first implant course Right before we started the new practice but it was basically one of those weekend courses that everyone says you can't just take a weekend course go do stuff. But that's what I did so it did that with Kevin Doreen He was brought in by shine to teach cam log in plants and then about four months later went down to Kevin Office in Annapolis. Maryland did a vertical science course. And you know what I liked about him was he was real. He reminds me. He's like no nonsense. Kind of guys not GonNa sit there and say. Hey you gotta do know you. GotTa do all the numbers in exactly women wear at one point five millimeters and this and that he just says. Listen guys you're putting unscrewing a bone. Make sure there's enough bone in the to do on it like it wasn't that simple but you know what I mean. He he kind of dumbed it down to the sense where a GP you know. You're not like so scared. Same with vertical lifting stuff too. But so that was my first. You know I left those courses with a big loan an I fifty implants in whatever got through those in then started diving into the three D. CONE. Beams. Three guys. Three D. PRINTING. It's really snowballed. Since then the last I mean it's been exponential the last five years I mean it was. It started as as trickling in my last year. I did two hundred something Alone so now teaching. So it's it's a whole different. I mean it's wild The amount of the mouth of learning when you start teaching is just even more exponential. If I don't know if either of you guys I know Kevin's giving some lectures year. And with two rune and. I mean you can speak to this. It's just you learn ten times as much as you teach you. Swear Electra cheating people because you're learning so the first. The first time I helped men are at a class with Theron. I realized like ten minutes into these people think I'm the expert here and of course I knew I know more than they do. 'cause taken that course multiple times in prepared but they ask questions that made me think. Oh you know it just like cement stuff in your head more Because of the question is that I was asked and you have to sorta come up with the proper answer on the fly and it just you know you do learn a lot as as a teacher. I sure it's all relative to because when I taught my first course down here pathway I was studying Alex. Read on my Mitch Textbooks. I was preparing for the the worst. The questions that they were GonNa Spring on me and the first couple questions were just like the so so bare bones so standard that I knew the answer. Affluent that counts. Oh okay like they're not gonna ask me the exact you know anger. You need a place on four poster in-plant Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah They're GONNA to ask. Hey like what's the ideal angle. What size implants should I place here? What Israel's next like that kind of stuff so once you ease into that and then when you do teach pathway these courses have sixteen student dodgers in eight mentor doctors. So I'm bouncing around the other rooms when my rooms being flipped or when they're just suturing or when they're finishing up but I'm learning other stuff from other mentors so the amount of is just like Osmosis. Almost you know. It's just per fused with the extra knowledge Stephen. Was there any one thing along your pathway where you could look back and say those kind of turning point that really gave a lot of confidence with implants recount hit full speed. Yeah actually I know exactly when it was because it was. I was tracking. How many implants house placing so until fifteen I placed..

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

13:03 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"It's very good. And I am also very he. Sad that you get all those types of GM's so bless you and other than that. She's also finishing up her a tour and will be in Phoenix November fourteenth through the seventeenth at the House of comedy. I'M GONNA put a link in the show notes for tickets so you go and and by them and go see her. I will be there Friday nights chortling and Ghaffari at you. Welcome just however knew sweat. sweatpants all those amazing introductions Swept in your and humble love every big. She's never been a big slice of humble pie right now. I told you I spent all day at the DMV the DMV. Don't give off Faulk who you are home. A take do not care three hours. Yeah but I got my license. I answered like nine questions. The judge how many questions were there like thirty six. And I'm like I definitely didn't pass us at the end. They're like you pass like what. Oh my God. Is that how allowing me to drive. Is that all you need to do to renew your licence in. LA in California. You just have to take a test that you don't. I don't really even really need the path and the funny thing is they had. I was just sitting there waiting in a head. One of my friends will accompany deliver over me. We need I need to move to California and a bag of weed handed off to me. That's pretty was that Uber. We'd Uber Weeds. It's now it was this company that hit me up on instagram was like hey you wanna try our stuff and make sure that the DMV do make deliveries absolutely right. I probably should give them a shout out and Riva. No let's see. The company shot him out. Put it in the cupcake bag. The name of the company is cannabis. So shout out to cannabis. Oh I love of weed puns. I Love Puns. In general can a blitz a good pun can make your day just elevates you just like it's yeah that's amazing well thank you so much for joining. Is there anything that I missed. That you would like to add You hit all of it. What else is there I am on? I'm on the road in Arizona. You got that house a comedy. Woo Woo through those cactus. That shoot needles. That you that you have there in Arizona. People are not meant to live in the fucking desert. It it is. It's trying to murder you every day. It is terrifying so terribly creatures in the desert are terrifying terrifying the fact they can survive in those adverse first weather conditions is just it's unnatural. You're right I don't. I don't think this place is going to be inhabitable in ten fifteen years because it's just completely burn up and rightfully so the dinosaurs will come back and live in harmony so the dinosaurs will replace the Arizonans. And just it'll we'll be dinosaur land stone predictions segment on my podcast. I love it. Everybody also carries around. It's like a survival tactic. Everybody carries around some huge water bottle. I hydrate it I have that I got my Yeti ready. Ready from a Yeti Nice. You're GONNA have you been Arizona before. Oh Yeh Bunch of times I've been to a Phoenix Scottsdale. Tempe Tempe Stanhope in Bisbee. WHOA Okay I've been all over? Yeah I've been all over. Wow I go back and see that crazy clown when I'm back through that way like do you like ghosts. I love goes go sir goats. Well ghosts 'cause I ghost host and goats. I someone should ghost yoga. I always imagine that would be pretty amazing. Amazing you're doing yoga and then just goes comes up behind you and with Yoga farts already bad but added added a ghost. And you're GONNA have yoga shits okay. So so there is a ghost town in Arizona. It's called Jerome. And Its way at the tippy top of a mountain and it used to be an old mining town but that in the nineteen seventeen time for him they ran out of copper and then they all abandoned it. So it's a ghost town and so it's all haunted and their ghosts there so I haven't seen one little ghost town and there's goes there there are ghosts hosts. Yes how do you now. They're also goat ghosts their louder than the regular go so you can barely hear the regular ones. Ah So cocoas. Oh it's the worst. It's a little annoying actually scared of a goat ghost coast 'cause it would just like hit you in the knees all day. Oh my God and then eat all your food too. Yeah because they'd be like little goat shit pellets left around the carpet. I like Little Hershey kisses and you can't get them out of the carpet because that ectoplasms just sticks Echo Plaza Mixed poop stick. Everyone knows that science amazing so anyway. So if you'd like ghosts and ghosts then go to jerome. It's a cool check out jerome man and eh be scared and there's a lot of cool art and it's a real nice Hippie vibe so I painted by ghosts it is. It's all go start not really like I mean. It's so hard to tell like. When you go on Youtube I literally will look up? Ghost sightings on Youtube hindered. It's hard to tell now because everyone's we've got the capability of making a really good fake video. It's hard to tell which is legit fun anymore. Member like Blair witch era. Our that movie scared the hell out of us because at technology was so groundbreaking for that style of cinematography. Now we're just like all true although although there's a haunted house now that's so terrifying. They personalize it to all of your deepest fears so hall and I think that's what it's called my butthole and a haunted house ha just the house of horrors okay. So let's dive into it. We're going to send her ourselves with a Nice quotes so we're ready to give some advice. This quote of the week is from inspire bought so inspire is an AI. Driven machine meant to squeeze life's lemons for us by making inspirational quotes and just sprang us with acidic wisdom. Since they is the future teacher we need to get used to listening to robots all Hail Inspire Bot so this week's quote is art can often be fattening. Aren't can can be fattening or it can be fattening. Well in what way like if you're doing like some sort of interactive art installation rare. Just just eat cheeseburgers. Maybe it's because I don't know if they're talking about the spectator or the sculptor artist. But if you're if you're looking at art and and appreciating it you're just kinda standing there and sitting there. So maybe you're not burning any calories so you just you just if you're standing there eating and looking at paintings ooh that sounds like a great day. Throwing marijuana and I'm there can be fattening. Did a robot right this. A robot generated this quote. Lock in. I mean obviously obviously art can be fat. It's like it. Sounds like something that a a toddler who got into his mom's Day Tequila would say yeah. I actually like a drunk toddler or yeah or a really high toddler. That's the height. Art can be fattening. Really Chad Watch out. Art Can Be Really Watch out are can be. This is like a big warning. Watch out all you artists. It can be. You're GONNA get fat. Thanks move over buddy. Get on the treadmill you fat fuck Ya so maybe you can get a treadmill while you're sculpting so that way you can put but treadmills in front of paintings. Oh that's pretty good so it a planet fitness instead of TV. You can just put an a Mona Lisa and admire it a while. You're walking yeah. Yeah that's pretty good. We're solving America's problems. I'm I'm pretty sure we are. This is because I think we're winning the race in obesity in the world. Aren't we yes with besides like a handful. Those really enormous Asian children enormous Asian children the others a few enormous Asian children children at like smoke. Cigarettes are like Thailand in Bangkok your little toddlers. They look like they're about fifty second divorce smoke. I've seen some shit man. Some goalposts Angelina the snatch in those ones up kids. She's looking through I don't want that obese. Chain Smoking Thailand girl. I want the really really cute. I wanted toddler. That isn't Addicted to cigarette. Oh man so bad advice. We are excited. The worst the worst advice all right so I feel like we cracked the code on that quote from that robot. So we're we're going to move into the main part of the podcast and we've called it. They'll be so this is the meaty part of the podcast where we answer questions since from fans or ones that we find from across the Internet question one. I'm going to read it. It's brought to us by fans sheerly. She says my older brother is trying to dominate our household. And he's tearing it apart whilst doing so I'm eighteen and I live with my mom. Oh she's English should. Should I do an English accent. Absolutely all right. I'm going to do my best. Seen Semnan one eighteen in loudly with mom and a coke of an older brother. My pain and I'll live with mom. Wadad talk of an older brother. He has the biggest attitude problem that you could imagine. It's that basic. The world owes me everything complex. He's the I'm going in and out of British people like Mo personality disorder. There's a British ghost inside of me. He's the most disrespectful person person I've ever met. He steals off mom even though she still gives them an allowance. He doesn't have a job and make fun of me when I leave when I have to leave for work now you think and my parents would kick him out but they don't WanNa do that because they feel guilty about him having nowhere to go. So what should I do. And that's didn't say she didn't say is he older or younger did she say that so she's eighteen. Oh Kok of an older brother so older. Oh He's older doing all that. The parents fault man as parents did that. The parents raise that little entitled. Astle you know two sides of every story we don't really know what's going on with this chick. But she is telling the truth. I will blame the parents men but they didn't provide enough boundaries for this little bastard. Change change locks. Oh that's good so he has to try and find Feinstein. What is what is out in the street? I liked the white British dude. He'll be fine plus England doesn't have any crime does it. They don't have. I mean they've got batons at worst. Got People Steal Horse shoes wagon wheels. I I think that's the that's the biggest problem people stand tae and biscuits I would. I would kick his ass out if I was I. I was the mom I'd be like. Bye Bye boy. Figure life out you little fucker. Got It to tell them. Tell the parents it's your fault deal with it and then and yet changed the logs. elax I like it. What if you made him do a lot of drugs like mushrooms? 'cause don't make you might be able to see the truth through psychedelics. Right having a lot of people they've done it and they're like I've looked at life differently so if you give him some drugs well you'd have to coax him. I'm into it or put it in a sandwich like here you will sandwich. It's got some extra mushrooms in there. Even Mussina Sullivan Sandwich do Korea..

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

18:13 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Down the road to tortilla flat. Which is a either restored revived ghost town or a rebuilt completely rebuilt. Ghost town, the original tortilla, flat mostly burned down many many many years ago, they have a little restaurant out there. There's a teensy tiny museum. The restaurant is actually fairly good. It's really good. But it's very western themed, you know, saddles for barstools, and that sort of thing it's an interesting quirky place with decent food makes a really good stop for either before or after your cruise when you go there. It's about a half day trip to go out do the cruise. Have a meal, it tortilla flats and dry back for the more adventurous, the fun part of the road starts after tortilla flat. Skip the cruise unless you want a really long day, but you could do both once you pass tortilla flat. You you get to a hill. When you go down the hill the road turns dirt, it's basically the same unpaved road. It was in nineteen thirty six when it was last used as a the main highway between Apache junction, we'll between Phoenix and Payson and you are stepping back in time. It's one lane in some places. If you make it through fish creek through the steep descent than the twist the blind, the one lane blind curbs and that area than the rest of the road is pretty drivable. Always check the weather before you go to make sure the road isn't in terrible shape or washed out from Raines was recently graded the last time we were out there. There are some guardrails there are a lot of guardrails because it's a historic road. The apparently can't do much to widen it or improve. It, but that's part of the adventure. It's a stunning drive. It's a dusty drive. There are some some places to stop where you can admire. The senior admire the wealth lowers there's actually nother lake further down Apache lake. There's a little resort marina down there. When you get to the end of the road. There's a big dam area which creates another lake Roosevelt lake which is a big recreation area. And once you get all the way to the end in. It's only about twenty five miles on the unpaved portion, but plan at least an hour or more to drive that part. You cannot drive it over about thirty miles an hour, most of it. And some of it is a lot slower than that. You don't need a high clearance vehicle most of the time, it's not a bad idea. But you can drive it most of the time in a sedan without any problem. But for the adventurous drivers, it's a gorgeous drive when you get to the end, you can stop and take a break at Roosevelt lake, and then you either can go back the way you came or. There's a state highway that runs through the it's the tunnel. National forests, it's a lovely area. Partly desert, partly forested and takes you back down south to down in globe and coming across the globe and superior. There's another botanical garden down there that spectacular. If you want to do some more flowers if you're there and flower season can tell my thing is flour season. So flower season would be early spring starting in varies by year. But usually starting late February, Pat, the poppies sometimes mid February. But March is really marching into early April is usually when the flowers and this year offensive your listeners are thinking about going. This should be a great year for flowers. They've had a lot of rain this winter should be really really beautiful through most of it's already the starting to bloom even through all March should be really really nice the weather spoonful March is the high season, and we'll get into that in a little bit. Because there's a reason why it's the high season if the high part of the high season actually the winter is the high season go ahead. You're you're talking about flowers though, that Dr gives you some spectacular flowers the hallway when you come down in when you get down. It's Boyce Thompson arboretum down in superior, which is again at far far southeastern edge of the the Phoenix metro area. It's really I would. Didn't consider it part of the Phoenix metro area. But technically it actually is. It says spectacular drive in that garden is spectacular to Seoul. That's nice. It'd be a full day at a someone wants to do something. Like that gets you out of town and let get you out into the desert, which is sort of nice. If you're in spending all of your time right in the Phoenix area. That's only five days. There's other things you could do I did not mention tally Essen, which is Frank. Lloyd, Wright's grew dimension that Yuka. Winter residents. It's a very interesting place to tour. I think it's an interesting place to tour if you're an architecture geek, which I happen to be I not sure that I would recommend it for anybody. Who's not a real fan of architecture? But if you are a, yeah, this is a very major site. In fact, it is on the list of possible UNESCO world heritage site as a multi site portion about Frank Lloyd Wright, oh, I didn't realize that. Yeah. No. I would agree that you need to be an architecture fan and partly because it's quite expensive to tour. It's not a budget tour, and you have to buy to to do it for architecture fans in general Phoenix is a great city 'cause developed so much in the forties, and particularly the fifties and sixties, so it's unbidden century modern stuff everywhere, they do a mid century modern week in March. There's just lots and lots of interesting architecture from that period as well as some really interesting modern the lot of the civic buildings that were built. Twenty thirty years ago or more recently are just really spectacular both in Phoenix. And in Scottsdale in particular, the western spirit in Scottsdale is an architecture. Very interesting building with a lot of sustainability features interesting. Interesting features, there's a Pam the Phoenix. Art museum is a real interesting building. There's a lot of really interesting buildings. But for Frank Lloyd Wright fans, this is one of the big ones. The other thing. I didn't mention is for fans of either western art in general, Kobe, art or native American art is a museum down in Chandler called the Basha collection. And it was a private collection of Eddie Basha who runs the who. At one point ran the Basha grocery stores, and it's not curated the same way the say the heard or western spirit is but for someone who's interested in that sort of art, it's an amazing collection. He'll have he has in some cases, hundreds of pieces by the same artists. You can see like there. Development and style through time. It's a large collection in unlike most things in Phoenix for most museums. It's totally free only when weekdays, but it's an interesting thing. Most people don't know about the last one I'd add that people should maybe think about is the superstition mountain museum, which is a little more informal than most of the other museums. I've mentioned it's at the base of the superstitions where the Apache trail starts they have some really cool mining memorabilia pieces while not huge equipment. They have some historic buildings and some historic looking building. So they've set up kind of like an old mining town. And it's very atmospheric in the location stunning some beautiful beautiful location. The other thing that we haven't talked about is why March is so busy in Phoenix. And it's going to be one of the more expensive times to go and that's spring training. If you were a baseball fan, the number one reason that I have been Phoenix over the last twenty years or so is to go down for spring training. Half of the American baseball teams. Well, half of the American US and Canadian will end up in Phoenix and the other half in Florida, and you could go down and see half the teams play in general, and how cheap it is depends on where you go. If you go to Scottsdale stadium where the giants play you'll pay as much as you will for a game that you see in San Francisco, but on the other hand, if you go out to Glendale or Peoria to one of the other stadiums where some of the mid western teams are playing you can sometimes see a game for really cheap, you know, a game and a hotdog and can be quite a fun experience to go and see a number of the different teams all in a short period of time. Which is why it is. So popular will be a little more expensive to go that time of year. But that is a big draw in Phoenix in spring training starts in February and then finished March. Yeah. And. Really it's March. That's the the big thing. Because that's when they start playing more games the pitchers catchers reported mid-february. So that is something that we have been down for many times. And is is good fun. But again, a little more expensive you get friends to stay with. That's a great time to go but lights are going to be a little more hotels going to be a little more hotels early challenge and rental cars. I don't know if you guys fly drive, but I have been there in March where there has not been a rental car available in Phoenix. Believe that. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it seems as ING, but it's it's true because of the spring training and all there is a lot of marches probably Phoenix's month for the best weather of the entire year. It is a great time to usually I have also been there during hailstorms in March. So usually could weather then but not always and for hikers the snakes aren't out yet. Okay. Good snow. It's still too cold. It's warm enough for us. But not for the snakes, generally. Okay. That is always something to know. Couple of other things for kids. There's a children's museum I have not been there. So I cannot recommend it necessarily. But there is a zoo that our kids enjoyed when they were younger in Phoenix. That was quite fun. Some other things for kids to. But again, I don't trouble with kids either. So it's harder. But the zoo is the zoo is very nice. Yeah. US news World Report that put that in their fourth on the list, even above the Phoenix art museum, and some of the other places we've talked about they put it above the heard museum, which I know is fighting words for you. But. It's a zoo. It's a good sue though, I would recommend that more of the shoulder season. Or the winter in the summer that's going to be pretty warm. Yeah. I mean, that's generally true anything outdoors. You wanna to do even the end may? But for sure June through even I've been in there in late September. And it's still Ben really in the nineties hundred juries so early mornings or evenings. A really when you wanna be out. You wanna do stuff that's inside an air conditioned, every places are conditioned in Phoenix. It is a drier heat than you would find in the midwest east coast or the south like an oven. But it gets quite warm. So and there's you know, spas, golf courses and all sorts of other things that people go down to Phoenix for that. I'll let you look on your own anything else. We wanna tell people before we get to some of our wrap up questions, Cindy mentioned is that for looking for lodging in Phoenix that there's really some key places. If you wanted urban experience to stay downtown Phoenix downtown Scottsdale, or in one if for more laidback urban experience in one of the historic districts and Phoenix they actually have a lot of historic districts, and there's a Fairmont of Airbnb in them luxuries ORT s- up north in Scottsdale or the desert escapes out on the eastern edge of the metro area. You can find some spectacular places out there. Great views, and you can hike right out your door, and I should say that if you're looking at a map of Phoenix almost everything we covered other than some of the parks that we went out and hiked in were in the eastern part of that circle that I drew. Around Phoenix with highway one and highway ten almost everything we did was to the east of highway seventeen which runs north and south sort of in the center of Phoenix. We didn't talk about places like Sun City where a lot of the retirees are and some of that area. That's a little less. Interesting to me, unless you're really fond of astroturf lawns and things like that. We also didn't talk about Mesa and Tempe, which you say is where you stay. Is there anything we want to say about those areas? Why did you stay in the farther eastern part of Mesa or north on the mountains? But downtown Mesa is really starting to have a rebirth in his becoming an interesting arts area. They've done a lot of landscaping they've put in a beautiful art center. They have some historic buildings. They lost a lot of them. But they have some there's a historic neighborhood. So it's it's becoming a really attractive place to stay and are more little more urban stay, but not being in Phoenix. It's let cheaper than downtown Phoenix Scottsdale Tempe. I have not stayed in Tempe. But we've gone down there on the light rail we've stopped there few times to eat and check it out. And that is of course, where here's ONA state university is located that's probably the liveliest place in the Phoenix metro area right now, there's all sorts of bars and restaurants, and while lot of it's aimed at college students. Not all of it is. And it's become a real interesting urban placed the kind of hang out and eat do things and be out. Outside and they've got some great parks. And so again, that's more urban areas, especially for younger people. There's a lot more nightlife. It's I have been in restaurants in Phoenix and Mesa recently that eight thirty you're eating dinner in their starting to put the tables on the chairs on the tables and close up for the night. So. Do you wanna be a little later, Scottsdale or Tempe is probably your best place to go and look for a little bit of nightlife? Excellent. All right. You're standing in the prettiest spot in Phoenix where he's standing in. What are you looking at this is cheating? But I think the prettiest place in Phoenix any place where I can see Sura cactus silhouetted against the setting sun. Just my favorite thing. Can you a lot of places that is a lot of places? Can you think of one place in particular? I'm very partial to lost Dutch mistake part because you can see the swirl mountains on one side swore months, the superstition mountains on one side, and you can see Phoenix off in the distance. And you can have the best of everything. Excellent. One thing that makes you laugh and say only in Phoenix. It's the phones it's getting better. There are water features everywhere in Phoenix, just everywhere. And they recycle all the water. I understand that. It's reused water. And they reuse it for five times even before it gets in the fountains. But. It still seems just crazy to see all these cactuses growing alongside these beautiful ponds around the greenfields, and golf courses and lawns. It's just. It's crazy. Excellent. And if you had to summarize Phoenix in three words, what three words would use vibrant, artsy and Soweto. Excellent. Well, we did we did talking about the cactus is so much the one thing that may surprise you. If you're not from the area is how old these cactuses are because I think a sore cactus won't even get an arm a limit till it's like a hundred years old if I recall correctly. So if you see something up there that's got two three four arms as a cactus. It is hundreds of years old so beat, you know, be careful with them be gentle with them. But they are very interesting adapt Haitians of plants to grow in the area. They're only found in the Sonoran desert. So they're only found in the central southern Arizona into Mexico and in in Phoenix, UC them planted on the roadsides all over the place and just everywhere, but they're cool. They're so cool. If we wanted to send people to the best post on Phoenix on at exploration vacation dot net. What post would we send them to? I have a separate landing. Page for exploring Phoenix in the valley of the sun that has just some summaries, and that has links to a few other stories and things a lot of the places of talked about I haven't actually written about because it's I'm down there so often I don't get things written up. Our guest again, it's been Cindy Carlson from exploration vacation dot net. Sydney. Thanks so much for coming on amateur traveler and sharing with us your lover, Phoenix. Thanks, Chris is really fun. It's always fun to talk to you. Couple of new things on the amateur traveler blog one is I finally got around to writing up some of the amateur travel trips in blog format. So if you're interested in reading about Morocco Cambodia or India, you can check those out at the top page of amateur traveler, also we just got back from Portland, and there's a couple articles about things to do in Portland in winter and best Portland food trucks and carts. So check those out amateur traveler dot com. If you're looking for California content on the amateur traveler, you're gonna have to go instead to California travel media dot com, all that content. Got moved to a new California website that I'm going to be putting some work into. I heard from Kyle this weekend. Kyle said I just wanted to send you a quick note of appreciation. I came across the amateur traveler podcast years ago via your tech in travel minute features on Tom merits daily, tech news show podcast. I've been a regular listener ever since. Last fall, my wife, and I moved from Pennsylvania to Brussels for an ex Pat assignment, I've been combing through the amateur traveler archives since then and binging the European episodes to help decide where we should travel on our new home continent, you've created such an invaluable resource with rich catalogue of travel experience. Please do keep up the good work regards Kyle and thanks so much. It was great to get your Email. And also people don't know what he's talking about four nail over two years. I've been doing once a week just a quick tech in travel tip for the daily tech news show, which is my daily tech new show of choice. I'm regular listener of that show as well with that. We'll bring an end to this episode of amateur traveller if you have any questions Senate Email to hosted amateur traveler dot com or better yet. Leave a comment on this episode at amateur traveler dot com, and thanks so much for listening. See? Jam building.

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

18:11 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Down the road to tortilla flat. Which is a either restored revived ghost town or a rebuilt completely rebuilt. Ghost town, the original tortilla, flat mostly burned down many many many years ago, they have a little restaurant out there. There's a teensy tiny museum. The restaurant is actually fairly good. It's really good. But it's very western themed, you know, saddles for barstools, and that sort of thing it's an interesting quirky place with decent food makes a really good stop fro either before or after your crews when you go there. It's about a half day trip to go out do the cruise. Have a meal, it tortilla flats and then drive back for the more adventurous, the fun part of the road starts after tortilla flat. Skip the cruise unless you want a really long day, but you could do both once you pass tortilla flat. You you get to a hill. And when you go down the hill the road turns dirt, it's basically the same unpaved road. It was in nineteen thirty six when it was last used as a the main highway between Apache junction, we'll between Phoenix and Payson and you are stepping back in time. It's one lane in some places. If you make it through fish creek through the steep descent, the twists the blind the one lane blind curbs and that area than the rest of the road is pretty drivable. Always check the weather before you go to make sure the road isn't in terrible shape or washed out from Raines was recently graded the last time we were out there. There are some guardrails there are a lot of guardrails because it's a historic road. The apparently can't do much to widen it or improve it. It, but that's part of the adventure. It's a stunning drive. It's a dusty drive. There are some some places to stop where you can admire. The senior admire the wealth lowers there's actually another lake further down Apache lake. There's a little resort marina down there. When you get to the end of the road. There's a big dam area which creates another lake Roosevelt lake which is a big recreation area. And once you get all the way to the end, and it's only about twenty five miles on the unpaved portion, but plan at least an hour or more to drive that part. You cannot drive it over about thirty miles an hour, most of it. And some of it is a lot slower than that. You don't need a high clearance vehicle most of the time, it's not a bad idea. But you can drive it most of the time in a sedan without any problem. But for the adventurous drivers, it's a gorgeous drive when you get to the end, you can stop and take a break at Roosevelt lake, and then you either can go back the way you came or. There's a state highway that runs through the it's the tunnel. National forests, it's a lovely area. Partly desert, partly forested and takes you back down south to down in globe and coming across globe and superior. There's another botanical garden down there that spectacular. If you want to do some more flowers if you're there and flower season, you can tell my thing is flour season. So flower season would be early spring starting in various by year. But usually starting late February, Pat, the poppies sometimes mid February. But March is really marching into early April is usually when the flowers and this year offensive your listeners are thinking about going. This should be a great year for flowers. They've had a lot of rain this winter at should be really really beautiful through most of it's already the starting to bloom even through all March should be really really nice and at the weather's beautiful March is the high season, and we'll get into that in a little bit. Because there's a reason why it's the high season if the high part of the high season actually the winter is the high season go ahead. You're you're talking about flowers though, that Dr gives you some spectacular flowers the hallway when you come down in when you get down. It's Boyce Thompson arboretum down in superior, which is again at far far southeastern edge of the the Phoenix metro area. It's really I would. Consider it part of the Phoenix metro area. But technically it actually is. It's a spectacular drive in that garden is spectacular to Seoul. That's the nice it'd be a full day at a someone wants to do something like that gets you out of town and let get you out into the desert, which is sort of nice. If you're in spending all of your time right in the Phoenix area. That's only five days. There's other things you could do I did not mention tally Essen, which is Frank Lloyd Wright's Greenwich that Yuka. Winter residents. It's a very interesting place to tour. I think it's an interesting place to tour if you're an architecture geek, which I happen to be I not sure that I would recommend it for anybody. Who's not a real fan of architecture? But if you are a, yeah, this is a very major site. In fact, it is on the list of possible UNESCO world heritage site as a multi site portion about Frank Lloyd Wright, oh, I didn't realize that. Yeah. No. I would agree that you need to be an architecture fan and partly because it's quite expensive to tour. It's not a budget tour, and you have to buy to to do it for architecture fans in general Phoenix is a great city because developed so much in the forties, and particularly the fifties and sixties, so it's unbidden century modern stuff everywhere, they do a mid century modern week in March. There's just lots and lots of interesting architecture from that period as well as some really interesting modern the lot of the civic buildings that were built. Twenty thirty years ago or more recently are just really spectacular both in Phoenix. And in Scottsdale in particular, the western spirit in Scottsdale is an architecture. Very interesting building with a lot of sustainability features interesting. Interesting features, there's a Pam the Phoenix. Art museum is a real interesting building. There's a lot of really interesting buildings. But for Frank Lloyd Wright fans, this is one of the big ones. The other thing. I didn't mention is for fans of either western art in general, art, or native American Arthur's a museum down in Chandler called the Basha collection. And it was the private collection of Eddie Basha who runs the who. At one point ran the Basha grocery stores, and it's not curated the same way the say the heard or western spirit is but for someone who's interested in that sort of art, it's an amazing collection. He'll have he has in some cases, hundreds of pieces by the same artists. You can see like your. Development style through time. It's a large collection in unlike most things and Phoenix for most museums. It's totally free only when weekdays, but it's an interesting thing. Most people don't know about the last one I'd add that people should maybe think about is the superstition mountain museum, which is a little more informal than most of the other museums. I've mentioned it's at the base of the superstitions where the Apache trail starts they have some really cool mining memorabilia pieces while not huge equipment. They have some historic buildings and some historic looking buildings. So they've set up kind of like an old mining town. And it's very atmospheric in the location stunning. It's a beautiful beautiful location. The other thing that we haven't talked about is why March is so busy in Phoenix. And it's going to be one of the more expensive times to go and that spring training if you were a baseball fan, the number one reason that I have been a Phoenix over the last twenty years or so is to go down for spring training. We're half of the American baseball teams. Well, half of the American US and Canadian will end up in Phoenix and the other half in Florida, and you could go down and see half the teams play in general, and how cheap it is depends on where you go. If you go to Scottsdale stadium where the giants play you'll pay as much as you will for game that you see in San Francisco, but on the other hand, if you go out to Glendale or Peoria to one of the other stadiums where some of the mid western teams are playing you can sometimes see a game for really cheap a game and a hotdog and can be quite a fun experience to go and see a number of the different teams all in a short period of time. Which is why it is. So popular will be a little more expensive to go that time of year. But that is a big draw in Phoenix in spring training starts in February and then finished his March. Yeah. And. Really it's March. That's the the big thing. Because that's when they start playing more games the pitchers catchers reported mid-february. So that is something that we have been down for many times and is good fun. But again, a little more expensive get friends to stay with. That's a great time to go but lights are going to be a little more hotels going to be a little more hotels early challenge and rental cars. I don't know if you guys fly drive, but I have been there in March where there has not been a rental car available in Phoenix believe that. Yeah. I mean, it seems as ING, but it's it's true because of the spring training, and all there is a lot of marches probably Phoenix's month for the best weather the entire year. It is a great time to be there. Usually I have also been there during hailstorms in March so easily could weather then but not always and for hikers the snakes aren't out yet. Okay. Good to know. It's still too cold. It's warm enough for us. But not for the snakes, generally. Okay. That that is always something. Couple things other things for kids. There's a children's museum I have not been there. So I cannot recommend it necessarily. But there is a zoo that our kids enjoyed when they were younger in Phoenix that was quite fun some other things for kids to but again, I don't travel with kids either. So it's harder. But the zoo is the zoo is very nice. Yeah. US news World Report that put that in their fourth on the list, even above the Phoenix art museum, and some of the other places we've talked about they put it above the heard museum, which I know is fighting words for you. But. It's a zoo. It's a good soon though. I would recommend that more of the shoulder season or the winter in the summer that's going to be pretty warm. Yeah. I mean, that's generally true anything outdoors. You wanna do even the end may? But for sure June through even I've been in their late September. And it's still Ben really in the nineties hundred degrees. So early mornings or evenings. A really when you wanna be out. You wanna do stuff that's inside an air conditioned, every places are conditioned in Phoenix. It is a drier heat than you would find in the midwest east coast or the south like an oven. But it gets quite warm. So and there's you know, spas, golf courses and all sorts of other things that people go down to Phoenix for that. I'll let you look on your own anything else. We wanna tell people before we get to some of our wrap up questions, Cindy mentioned is that for looking for lodging in Phoenix that there's really some key places. If you wanted urban experience to stay downtown Phoenix downtown Scottsdale, or in one for more laidback urban experience in one of the historic districts and Phoenix they actually have a lot of historic districts, and there's a Fairmont of Airbnb is in them luxuries arts up north in Scottsdale or the desert escapes out on the eastern edge of the metro area. You can find some spectacular places out there. Great views, and you can hike right out your door, and I should say that if you're looking at a map of Phoenix almost everything we covered other than some of the parks that we went out and heighten were in the eastern part of that circle that I drew. Around Phoenix with highway one and highway ten almost everything we did was to the east of highway seventeen which runs north and south sort of in the center of Phoenix. We didn't talk about places like Sun City where a lot of the retirees are and some of that area. That's a little less. Interesting to me, unless you're really fond of astroturf lawns and things like that. We also didn't talk about Mesa and Tempe, which you say is where you stay. Is there anything we want to say about those areas? Why did you stay in the farther eastern part of Mesa or north on the mountains? But downtown Mesa is really starting to have a rebirth in his becoming an interesting arts area. They've done a lot of landscaping they've put in a beautiful art center. They have some historic buildings. They lost a lot of them. But they have some there's a historic neighborhood. So it's it's becoming a really attractive place to stay and are more little more urban stay, but not being in Phoenix. It's let cheaper than downtown Phoenix Scottsdale Tempe. I have not stayed in Tempe. But we've gone down there on the light rail we've stopped there few times to eat and check it out. And that is of course, we're on a state university is located that's probably the liveliest place in the Phoenix metro area right now, there's all sorts of bars and restaurants in while lot of it's aimed at college students. Not all of it is and it's become a real interesting urban place, the kind of hang out and eat and do things and be. Outside and they've got some great parks. And so again, that's more urban areas, especially for younger people. There's a lot more nightlife. It's I have been in restaurants in Phoenix and Mesa recently that eight thirty you're eating dinner in their starting to put the tables on the chairs on the tables and close up for the night. So. If you want to be a little later, Scottsdale or Tempe is probably your best place to go and look for a little bit of nightlife. Excellent. All right. You're standing in the prettiest spot in Phoenix where he standing in. What are you looking at this is cheating? But I think the prettiest place in Phoenix is any place where I can see Sura cactus silhouetted against the setting sun. Just my favorite thing. Can you a lot of places that is a lot of places? Can you think of one place in particular? I'm very partial to lost Dutch mistake part because you can see the swirl mountains on one side swore months, the superstition mountains on one side, and you can see Phoenix off in the distance. And so you can have the best of everything. Excellent. One thing that makes you love and say only in Phoenix. It's the phones it's getting better. There are water features everywhere in Phoenix, just everywhere. And they recycle all the water. I understand that. It's reused water. And they reuse it for five times even before it gets in the fountains. But. It still seems just crazy to see all these cactuses growing alongside these beautiful ponds around the greenfields, and golf courses and lawns. It's just. It's crazy. Excellent. And if you had to summarize Phoenix in three words, what three words would use vibrant, artsy and Suru. Excellent. Well, we did we did talking about the cactus is so much the one thing that may surprise you. If you're not from the area is how old these cactuses are because I think oral cactus won't even get an arm a limit till it's like one hundred years old if I recall correctly. So if you see something up there that's got two three four arms as a cactus. It is hundreds of years old so beat, you know, be careful with them be gentle with them. But they are very interesting adapt Haitians of plants that grow in the area. Yeah. And they're only found in the Sonoran desert. So they're only found in the central southern Arizona into Mexico and in in Phoenix, UC them planted on the roadsides all over the place and just everywhere, but they're cool. They're so cool city if we wanted to send people to the best post on Phoenix on at exploration vacation dot net. What post would we send them to? I have a separate landing. Page for exploring Phoenix in the valley of the son that has just some summaries, and that has links to a few other stories and things a lot of the places of talked about I haven't actually written about because it's I'm down there so often I don't get things written up. Our guest again, it's been Cindy Carlson from exploration vacation dot net. Simi thanks so much for coming on amateur traveler and sharing with us your love of Phoenix. Thanks, Chris is really fun. It's always fun to talk to you. Couple of new things on the amateur traveler blog one is I finally got around to writing up some of the amateur travel trips in blog format. So if you're interested in reading about Morocco Cambodia or India, you can check those out at the top page of amateur traveler, also we just got back from Portland, and there's a couple articles about things to do in Portland and winter and best Portland food trucks and carts. So check those out amateur traveler dot com. If you're looking for California content on the amateur trough, or you're gonna have to go instead to California travel media dot com, all that content. Got moved to a new California website that I'm going to be putting some work into. I heard from Kyle this weekend. Kyle said I just wanted to send you a quick note of appreciation. I came across the amateur traveler podcast years ago via your tech in travel minute features on Tom merits daily tech news show putt cast a been a regular listener ever since. Last fall, my wife, and I moved from Pennsylvania to Brussels for an expat assignment, I've been combing through the amateur traveler archives since then and binging the European episodes to help decide where we should travel on our new home continent, you've created such an invaluable resource with rich catalogue of travel experience. Please do keep up the good work regards Kyle and thanks so much. It was great to get your Email. And also people don't know what he's talking about four nail over two years. I've been doing once a week just a quick tech in travel tip for the daily tech news show, which is my daily tech new show of choice. I'm a regular listener of that show as well with that will bring an end to this episode of amateur traveler giving questions Senate Email to hosted amateur traveler dot com or better yet. Leave a comment on this episode at amateur traveler dot com, and thanks so much for listening. See? Champ.

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Five six nine thirty four fourteen. Investor's edge. The crowd is. With Gary kaltbaum, highly recommended you're going to feel better. If you talk to. You know, we always tell you on this show. By the way to all of our fabulous. Fabulous fabulous. Fans and listeners and viewers in the beautiful Phoenix Scottsdale Tempe area. That listen to us on KFI dot com. You have noticed the show has been moved to six PM your time. Because of the daylight savings thing, Bob. We hear you. And we love you. Oils, as you know. We are not like the pundits on Wall Street. You know, the ones that think they are Nostradamus. Target for the Dow with the end of two thousand twenty two is thirty seven thousand six hundred and fifty. No, really. Well, bitcoin is going to four hundred thousand in the next ten years. I have no idea what I'm eating for dinner tonight. Yet these geniuses. Try to tell you with things going to be one year two year three four five years from now, God bless them. What we do very well here feel. Very very well. Is not knowing where things are going to be a year from now. But knowing what things are doing now. And there's a simple word we use areas. We don't want you to be involved in. Avoid. And whenever we tell you to start of voiding area. It's not a prediction. It's based on price action. And it doesn't mean we're gonna be right. But if we're gonna be right. We'll be right bid. If we're going to be wrong. We're going to be wrong small and wrong fast. A great, for instance, is what happens. I'll October third. Six weeks ago five weeks ago? In realm that time oil prices were near or at multi year. Highs. October eleventh. We simply said to you. Not that oil prices had topped. We said to you. There's a chance they have topped. It had topped. But we need the see cards come out of the deck. Which led us to October seventeenth. Eighteenth twenty first twenty second and twenty third. We're pretty darn sure. It was a real top. Not knowing. As we always say, how far it goes. Or how long it lasts except avoid. And oil prices have just cracked out twenty seven percent from the highs October third and the good news there. You get the gas pump Maurici the comedown it's gonna come down a lot more. If it stays down, of course. But the bigger point is. All services. We started telling you to avoid the oil services back in may. And they've underperformed the price of oil since. And by the way, the real break of oil services was around twenty six bucks. It's eighteen and three quarters. That's a pretty big multiple to the downside. The bigger oil just topped out October. October tenth was the day. We said OT L. And it's gone from about seventy six to sixty five cents. And then you got the oil explorers that did the same thing on October tenth, and it's gone from forty to thirty four. And since we have done nothing more than tell you avoid. Which basically means to us. No new commitments as energy prices and energy stocks are in a bearish phase of unknown price and time. And we will stick with that. Until things change. Now, the bigger question is on the energy front. Putting the weight of the evidence together. Let's see. Chemicals. Industrials. Materials. Metal slash mining. Most of the housing and housing related. Paper. Feel. Aluminum. Copper. While little bit better. Still autos. And I can go on and on. They're all off the lows with that rally off the lows couple of Wednesdays ago about three Wednesdays ago. But there's still all trading below the longer term two hundred day moving average the big picture. And now you add in oil prices. And you ask yourself the question. Because the markets buying up everything recession resistant coke, Pepsi, Procter and gamble Clorox. Recession resistant. That's what they call those areas. Why? Well, you brush your teeth. No matter what what we think you are. Needs soap to clean your clothes. You gotta drink your sodas. Which begs the question, if the is buying up all this recession resistant stuff at least on a relative basis, but selling off everything economically, sensitive and markets. Have this great track record of sing things? A few months in advance. All we try to do here is right down the number one a plus sign right down another one an equal sign and then put two decks with all we're looking to figure out is one. Plus one equals two. I guess we're gonna find out. But I just wanted to put it out there to you that I don't think it's out of the question, of course, foreign markets topped out way in advance of ours. No doubt. There can be some contagion there. And it also begs the question how stupid the fed is. Because all I keep hearing from Powell they are caught them, right? If a stronger expand spouse since Columbus discovered America. But the market may be saying otherwise. By the way, on top of that they continue to murder the growth stocks for the most part. So stay tuned. Which is giving you the way to the evidence open to changes because markets are changing. You know, they changed the words. Global warming to climate change. We have market change here. Climate change. That's so funny. So anyway, we'll keep you up to date. Daily. Shorter-term the trees, we think about setting day. But only because we just dropped the thousand points since Thursday. Big picture..

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Four nine fifty three twenty four. Investor's edge. The crowd is. With Gary kaltbaum, highly recommended you're gonna feel better if you talk to. We always tell you on this show. By the way to all of our fabulous. Fabulous fabulous. Fans and listeners and viewers in the beautiful Phoenix Scottsdale Tempe area. That listen to us on KFI dot com. You have noticed the show has been moved to six PM your time. Because of the daylight savings thing, Bob. We hear you. And we love you. Oils, as you know. We are not like the pundits on Wall Street. You know, the ones that think they are Nostradamus. Target for the Dow with the end of two thousand twenty two is thirty seven thousand six hundred and fifty. No, really. Bitcoin is going to four hundred thousand in the next ten years. I have no idea what I'm eating for dinner tonight. Yet these geniuses. Try to tell you with things going to be one year two year three four five years from now, God bless him. What we do very well here feel. Very very well. Is not knowing with things are will be a year from now. But knowing what things are doing now. And there's a simple word we use areas. We don't want you to be involved in. Avoid. And whenever we tell you the start of voiding in area. It's not a prediction. It's based on price action. And it doesn't mean we're going to be right. But if we could be right, we're gonna be right bid. If we're going to be wrong. We're going to be wrong small and wrong fast. A great, for instance, is what happens. I'll October third. Six weeks ago five weeks ago? In and around that time oil prices were near or at multi year. Highs. October eleven. We simply said to you. Not that oil prices had topped. We said to you. There's a chance they have topped. It had topped. But we need to see cards come out of the deck. Which led us to October seventeenth. Eighteen. Twenty first twenty second and twenty third. We're pretty darn sure. It was a real top not knowing. As we always say, how far it goes. Or how long it lasts except avoid. And oil prices have just cracked out twenty seven percent from the highs October third. Look good news there. You just the gas pump Maurici the come down. It's gonna come down a lot more. If it stays down, of course. But the bigger point is. Oil services. We started telling you to avoid the oil services back in may. And they've underperformed the price of oil since. And by the way. The real break of oil services was around twenty six bucks. It's eighteen and three quarters. That's a pretty big Matsu ball to the downside. The bigger oil just topped out October. An October tenth was the day. We said OT you. And it's gone from about seventy six to sixty five cents. And then you got the oil explorers that did the same thing on October tenth, and it's gone from forty two to thirty four. And since we have done nothing more than tell you avoid. Which basically means to us. No new commitments as energy prices and energy stocks are in a bearish phase of unknown price and time. And we will stick with that. Until things change. Now, the bigger question is on the energy front. Putting the weight of the evidence together. Let's see. Chemicals. Industrials. Materials. Metal slash mining. Most of the housing and housing related. Paper. Still. Aluminum. Copper. While little bit better. Still autos. And I can go on and on. They're all off the lows with that rally off the lows couple of Wednesdays ago about three Wednesdays ago. But there's still all trading below the longer term two hundred day moving average the big picture. And now you add in oil prices new ask yourself the question. Because the markets buying up everything recession resistant. Coke Pepsi, Procter and gamble Clorox, recession resistant. That's what they call those areas. Why? Well, you got a brush your teeth. No matter what what we think you are. Needs soap, eat the clean your clothes. You gotta drink your sodas. Which begs the question if the market is buying up all this recession resistant stuff at least on a relative basis, but sullen off everything economically, sensitive and markets. Have this great track record of seeing things a few months in advance. All we try to do here is right down the let the number one a plus sign right down another one an equal sign and then put two decks with all. We're looking to figure out is one. Plus one equals two. I guess we're gonna find out. But I just wanted to put it out there to you that I don't think it's out of the question, of course, foreign markets topped out way in advance of ours. No doubt. There can be some contagion there. And it also begs the question how stupid the fed is. Because all I keep hearing from Powell they are caught him as strong as a span since Columbus discovered America. But the market may be saying otherwise. By the way, on top of that they continue to murder the growth stocks for the most part. So stay tuned. Which is giving you the way to the evidence open to changes because markets are changing. You know, they changed the words. Global warming to climate change. We have market change here. Climate change. That's so funny. So anyway, we'll keep you up to date daily. Shorter-term the trees, we think about setting day. But only because we just dropped the thousand points since Thursday big picture. Up next. We'll wind it up..

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Investor's edge. The crowd. Gary kaltbaum, highly recommended you're gonna feel better if you talk to. You know, we always tell you on this show. By the way to all of our fabulous, fabulous fabulous. Stands and listeners and viewers in the beautiful Phoenix Scottsdale Tempe area. That listen to us on KFI dot com. You have noticed the show is been moved to six PM your time. Because of the daylight savings thing of a Bob. We hear you. And we love you. Oils, as you know. We are not like the pundits on Wall Street. You know, the ones that think they are Nostradamus. Target for the Dow with the end of two thousand twenty two is thirty seven thousand six hundred fifty. No, really. Bitcoin is going to four hundred thousand in the next ten years. I have no idea what I'm eating for dinner tonight. Yet these genius try to tell you with things going to be one year two year three four five years from now, God bless him. What we do very well here feel. Very very well. Is not knowing where things are going to be a year from now. But knowing what you're doing now. And there's a simple word we use areas. We don't want you to be involved in. Avoid. And whenever we tell you to start of voiding in area. It's not a prediction. It's based on price action. And it doesn't mean we're gonna be right. But if we gotta be right. We'll be right bid. If we're going to be wrong. We're going to be wrong small and wrong fast. A great, for instance, is what happens. On October third. Six weeks ago five weeks ago? In a row that time oil prices were near or at multiyear highs. Electoral borough eleven. We simply said to you. Not that oil prices had topped. We said to you. There's a chance they have topped. It had tops. But we'll need to see carts come out of the deck. Which leads us to October seventeenth. Eighteenth twenty first twenty second and twenty third. We were pretty darn sure. It was a real top. Not knowing. As we always say, how far it goes. Or how long it lasts except avoid. And oil prices have just cracked down twenty seven percent from the highs October third and the good news there. Huge at the gas pump Maurici of the comedown. It's gonna come down a lot more. If it stays down, of course. But the bigger point is. Oil services. We started telling you the void the oil services back in may. And they've underperformed the price of oil since. And by the way. The real break of oil services was around twenty six bucks. It's eighteen and three quarters. That's a pretty big monster ball to the downside. The bigger oil just topped out October. An October tenth was the day. We said OT ill, and it's gone from about seventy six to sixty five cents. And then you got the oil explorers. That did the same thing about Tober tenth, and it's gone from forty to thirty four. And since we have done nothing more than tell you avoid. Which basically means to us. No new commitments as energy prices and energy. Stocks are in a bearish phase of a known, price and tie. And we will stick with that. Until things change. Now, the bigger question is on the energy front. Pudding the weight of the evidence together. Let's see. Chemicals. Industrials. Materials. Metal slash mining. Most of the housing and housing related. Paper. Still. Aluminum. Copper. While little bit better. Still autos. And I can go on and on. They're all off the lows with that rally off the lows couple of Wednesdays ago about three Wednesdays ago. But this still all trading below the longer term two hundred they moving average the big picture. And now you add an oil prices new esque yourself the question. Because the markets buying up everything recession resistant. Coke Pepsi, Procter and gamble Clorox, recession resistant. That's what they call those areas. Why? Well, you got a brush your teeth. No matter what we think you are. Needs soap, eat to clean your clothes. You gotta drink sodas. Which begs the question if the markets buying up all this recession resistant stuff at least on a relative basis, but sullen off everything economically, sensitive and markets. Have this great track record of sync things a few months in advance. All we try to do here is right down the let the number one a plus sign right down another one. An equal sign and then put to next with all we're looking to figure out as one plus one equals two. Am I guess we're gonna find out? But I just wanted to put it out there to you that I don't think it's out of the question, of course, foreign markets topped out way in advance of ours. No doubt. There can be some contagion there. And it also begs the question how stupid the fed is. Because all I keep hearing from Powell they are caught strong as it's been since broth since Columbus discovered America. But the market may be saying otherwise. By the way, on top of that they continue to murder the growth stocks for the most part. So stay too. Which just giving you the way to the evidence open, the changes because markets are changing, you know, they changed the words. Global warming the climate change we have market change here. Climate change. That's so funny. So anyway, we'll keep you up to date. Daily. Shorter-term the trees, we think about setting day. But only because we just dropped the thousand points since Thursday. Big picture. Up next..

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Melts if within the different types of a catholic junior fourwicket how much in your personal investment portfolio fifth would you have real estate how about your deaths with your credit card it all these different you know these different financial basically trying to get a picture of your current financial position at a picture of where you want to ultimately end up so that we can try to meet the two of them together it okay to give from point a to point b you should look into these things bobo volvo bull right it makes it a whole lot easier your pensions your social security if things like that yes tax return yeah there they'll tell you what they need to know and and all you got to do just let them know what it is and it will save a bunch of time allow you more of the hour to actually get into strategy that will bring a tax return i mean like last year's at your last year statues have out just what you buy them street oh i get it right you've been funny dr hoover that wasn't working i noticed like for me when i'm trying to tell a joke and you give me that look the idea is to get this done ahead of time so that you spend the hour it in its most loyal most productive fashion that's right uh no time wasted here because i got his about an hour and free of course to you so we wanna make sure you get it all done so here's what you do got a welfare dot com wealth ed dot com you can sign up their phoenix scottsdale tempe a whole surrounding area there all the places in between next thursday october 19th at this scottsdale office of lucia capital group sign up meet with professor plump for an hour after that we got a standard california on the 26th and then on november second they'll be in a houston texas couple of other locations as well as seattle what happened in early november i think it's the ninth if i'm doing this correctly from memory in las vegas will be on the sixteen in las vegas is the doubleday is a double day and i i think israel close to being four for the second day last i checked all at while we know all the slots for their thursday are filled up on.

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"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix scottsdale tempe" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Much bases of obviously did of births uh when you plan on retiring some a description of your goals the basic a melts if within the different types of account how much in your 401 k how much in your personal investment portfolio would you have real estate how much your debts what's your credit card at all these different you know these different financial basically trying to get a picture of your current financial position a picture of where you want to ultimately end up so that we can try to meet the two of them together and say okay to give from point a to point b you should look into these things bobo bobo balde right it it it makes it a whole lot easier your pensions your social security and things like that fact return yeah there they'll tell you what they need to know and all you got to do just let them know what it is and it will save a bunch of time and allow you more of the hour to actually get into strategy that what i said bring a tax return i mean like last year's and your last year i just wonder if i'm on the street oh i get it bright you'd be and funny tried to people that wasn't working now you noticed light for me when i'm trying to tell a joke can you give me that look the idea is to get this done ahead of time so that you spend the hour in its most fruitful most productive fashion that's right uh no time wasted here because i got is about an hour and free of course to you so you want to get it all done so here's what you do go to welfare dot com wealth dot com you can sign up their phoenix scottsdale tempe a whole surrounding area there all the places in between next thursday october 19th at this scottsdale officer of lucia capital group sign up meet with professor plumper for an hour after that we got san jose california on the 26th and then on november second they'll be in houston texas couple other locations as well as seattle what happened in early november i think it's the ninth if i'm doing this correctly from memory in las vegas will be on.

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