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"reyes california" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"reyes california" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Now enriches up to four and a half percent and violation of tehran's nuclear deal which has a three point sixty seven percent limit plus a shocking start to the new year as a man was shot at an apartment complex in massachusetts norwood. Police say a twenty four year old man was found with multiple gunshot wounds on the third floor balcony of an apartment at windsor gardens off route. One a neighbor. Ashley oberg tells us she was going to get her dog shortly after noon. Friday when they were startled by the gunfire i was gonna bring him in from. The patio heard a couple shots. He was scared out of his mind. We heard some yelling. Heard somebody got shot in rancho our bedroom windows to see what happened over. Police carry the victim down to the ground where paramedics treated him in rushed him by ambulance to a boston. Hospital in serious condition but conscious and alert police later saying the victim who does not live here but was visiting will survive his injuries. Fox twenty-five boston's christine mccarthy reporting and a musician in nashville hit hard by the christmas day. Rv bombing is getting some help from a country. music icon mccoy finally getting back to doing what he loves. Just feet away from where. He lost everything his acoustic guitar back in his arms. But it will need repairs so one of nashville's very own wanted to help them get back on stage brad paisley which my instagram and there was a message and he wanted to talk to me. He said i wanna you know. Hook you up with the guitar so you can get back to work a live and their conversation all about guitars music and family. A gift that he believes will change his life in more ways than one box to nashville's julia palooza reporting. I'm mary core city. This is fox news. Sorry i know. This is important. But i need to run to. The post office said no successful entrepreneur. Ever stop wasting your time and money get stamps. Dot com never set foot in the post office again. Stamps dot com brings the us postal service and ups right to your computer. Avoid trips to the post office print official. Us posted send invoices letters or packages and schedule. Pickups right from your home or office twenty four seven with stamps dot com. You'll get close to ten percent off every first class stamp of to forty percents off priority. Mail end up to sixty two percent off. Ups shipping rates the kind of rates reserved for the fortune. Five hundred plus with stamps dot com. There are no long term contracts. Join over nine hundred thousand customers right now. There's no risk go to stamps. dot com. Click on the microphone at the top of the homepage and enter code fox for a four week. Trial plus free postage and a digital scale stamps. Dot com click the microphone and enter code fox stamps dot com fox. It was a crazy idea. Cbs journalist conor knighton wanted to see every one of america's national parks in one year to enjoy the most daylight possible. He greeted the i of the year at acadia in maine and watch the new year's eve sunset. At point reyes california it was the most scenic and the most transformative year of my life and it will affect my thinking going forward conor explain so. He had an epic national parks year. In just a bit in greece. There are special places you can get in touch with history and mythology and in olympia. You will see the statue of hemi soft praxiteles which is a wonder of cutting and it will remind you a lot of renaissance. Even dyonisis still has something to say. He was the one that was teaching humans that we can be reborn out of her own. Mistakes exploited the sites of greek mythology america's national parks and your fundus travel memories in the hour ahead. it's travel with rick steves. i'm rick steves. You can experience my favorite european people places and stories in my newest book for the love of europe. Order your copy today at rick. Steves dot com. How are you planning to bring a little joy into your new year. Coming up journalist. Connor night tells us how he chris crashed. America with gold to not only see each of the country's national parks but to get to know what makes each one significant and later in the or we'll check in with more of our listeners about the travel memories that keep their spirits up while we wait for the chance to explore the world again. Let's start today's travel with rick. Steves the look at what the ancient past wants to tell us today for example all around you in greece their scenery marble ruins that played a role in greek mythology. These places explained the world to the people who lived there thousands of years ago. Stand there in prison today in the ancient world can come alive right in front of you to explain. We're joined now. By greek tour guides alana papa costa and philippe bush cardis welcome. Thank you you wanna. You're a tour guide based in patron that is Countries on the north of the peloponnesian peninsula. And just next to olympia. Lots of greek mythology in that area and philip postseason in athens. You're in the shadow of the acropolis. So when you're taking your groups around give me an example of how it helps to understand the greek mythology. In order to appreciate the sites that you're looking at well i'll give you an example with site of delphi which was the base of the oracle of apollo astounding magical sites. It's on the slope of a hill of paranoia sauce. And this is if you drive there from athens you drive about three hour. It's around three and a half hours in the mountains. It's on the mountains. And when you arrive you see these dramatic landscape and when you start walking into the side. You're wondering how the ancient people came up with this idea. And when you hear the meat that's connected with delfi you'll understand. They say that. God zeus when he created the world. He had a bit of time in his hands hands. So you know. When they're bored. They come up with ideas so zoos released to eagles one towards the east and the other one towards the west. They flew around the world. And they both met above the site of delphi. When zeus all where they met he said okay. This is the center of the earth so he took this giant stone and throw it there and from that point they say that the naval of the world.

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"reyes california" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:16 min | 8 months ago

"reyes california" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host crumb today. I'm continuing my investigation into the myths and mysteries surrounding pirates in one individual in particular because not all pirates were that evil that raped and pillaged their way up various villages along the coast. One such individual who was a pirate was Francis Drake. He was born in fifteen forty. Two by fifteen seventy six. He was the queen's favor and was directed to sail to a secret location one. She only disclosed to her inner circle. The difficulty in determining the location isn't honest return after circumnavigating the world upon his arrival back in England the coin hat all his maps and shipped logs locked up to this day. Few of these documents have been released despite. This history has revealed that Spain had blocked. Most of the trade routes England had used and she had found one end of the fabled northwest passage and the drake was to establish the other end meanwhile amateur to story and Robert Ward thinks. Drake was on a secret mission to find the northwest passage. And that's why he was sailing so far up the west coast. The idea is drake sailed up the coast. Until he found something he thought was the northwest passage perhaps Strait of Juan de Fuca but drake's bad located not far from point Reyes California and fourteen other sides claimed to be where in fifteen seventy nine drake spent sixty eight days now. He spent those sixty eight days because he needed a place to make repairs. Which involves something called careening? This is where the ship was pulled completely out of the water so that our whole be made free of worms barnacles the location of California's raise for the sixty eight day. Stay and repair of the ship are based on the area code. Drakes Bay fit in maps description of the bay where he stayed and a page from a ship's log that listed the side as thirty eight degrees north latitude and a brass plaque. The description of Indians found there but the plaque was declared a fake in nineteen thirty six and the fact that the Indians lived off. Acorns was never mentioned. And that the shape of the Bay but Oregon's whale cove also fits the shape of the bay on the map but the Indians were described as living in huts that were partially below ground. When the University of Oregon Examining area in the cove they found that just as described on the page of the ship slog the remnants of a native American hut partly underground near the side. Number of English coins were found that dated back to just before. Drake set sail. Also there was a document a firsthand description based on the observation of eight of his crew. That stated that they had stopped at forty four degrees north latitude. It would seem that a all the sites that claim to be were drake spent that summer of sixty eight days. Only the organ location forty four degrees north latitude which is exactly well. Co has the most real physical evidence of his visit. If you're driving up the Oregon coast be sure to stop at the town of Depot. Bake and enjoy the small town hospitality. Drive another mile and a half to whale cove and try to imagine what it was like for Sir Francis. Drake back in fifteen seventy nine but the debate. Over the location of Drake's North American stop rages on and despite evidence pointing at Oregon's well only put to rest when England releases all drake's maps and logs from his trip around the World Sir Francis Drake in Oregon's wilco was produced here at night owl sound studio and brought to you by internationally recognized psychic and medium Sharon our author of the Book Life Eternal. Love immortal the you can get Sharon. Bauer medium DOT COM and buy books of fiction and adventurer life on the chat kit chrome dot com. Where you could always get a book for free. We'll be talking more about pirates in the next few podcast leading up to the end of the week. Starting June first. I'll spend the entire month on ghost towns. Did you know that Oregon has more ghost towns than any other state in the country? This is kid crop. Thanks for listening..

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The Good Pirate

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:35 min | 8 months ago

The Good Pirate

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host crumb today. I'm continuing my investigation into the myths and mysteries surrounding pirates in one individual in particular because not all pirates were that evil that raped and pillaged their way up various villages along the coast. One such individual who was a pirate was Francis Drake. He was born in fifteen forty. Two by fifteen seventy six. He was the queen's favor and was directed to sail to a secret location one. She only disclosed to her inner circle. The difficulty in determining the location isn't honest return after circumnavigating the world upon his arrival back in England the coin hat all his maps and shipped logs locked up to this day. Few of these documents have been released despite. This history has revealed that Spain had blocked. Most of the trade routes England had used and she had found one end of the fabled northwest passage and the drake was to establish the other end meanwhile amateur to story and Robert Ward thinks. Drake was on a secret mission to find the northwest passage. And that's why he was sailing so far up the west coast. The idea is drake sailed up the coast. Until he found something he thought was the northwest passage perhaps Strait of Juan de Fuca but drake's bad located not far from point Reyes California and fourteen other sides claimed to be where in fifteen seventy nine drake spent sixty eight days now. He spent those sixty eight days because he needed a place to make repairs. Which involves something called careening? This is where the ship was pulled completely out of the water so that our whole be made free of worms barnacles the location of California's raise for the sixty eight day. Stay and repair of the ship are based on the area code. Drakes Bay fit in maps description of the bay where he stayed and a page from a ship's log that listed the side as thirty eight degrees north latitude and a brass plaque. The description of Indians found there but the plaque was declared a fake in nineteen thirty six and the fact that the Indians lived off. Acorns was never mentioned. And that the shape of the Bay but Oregon's whale cove also fits the shape of the bay on the map but the Indians were described as living in huts that were partially below ground. When the University of Oregon Examining area in the cove they found that just as described on the page of the ship slog the remnants of a native American hut partly underground near the side. Number of English coins were found that dated back to just before. Drake set sail. Also there was a document a firsthand description based on the observation of eight of his crew. That stated that they had stopped at forty four degrees north latitude. It would seem that a all the sites that claim to be were drake spent that summer of sixty eight days. Only the organ location forty four degrees north latitude which is exactly well. Co has the most real physical evidence of his visit. If you're driving up the Oregon coast be sure to stop at the town of Depot. Bake and enjoy the small town hospitality. Drive another mile and a half to whale cove and try to imagine what it was like for Sir Francis. Drake back in fifteen seventy nine but the debate. Over the location of Drake's North American stop rages on and despite evidence pointing at Oregon's well only put to rest when England releases all drake's maps and logs from his trip around the

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"reyes california" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"reyes california" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Margin the whole show at the roundhouse always a good time in the conference room for Senate Majority Leader Peter worth and then towards the end of this session will do another show in the conference room of speaker rainy all right judges here come the judge or magistrate judge urgency news is here besides being a judge and a well respected a legal mind around Santa Fe art is also been doing a radio show on Sundays for ten years a three hour radio show that all spring from his imagination and this Sunday will be his last show you can retire from the radio so art good to see you nice to see you too thank you we're gonna miss you man you've been like you've been a fixture here for well here and and KBS have for decades a fixture on makes me sound like a refrigerator well no not not quite a refrigerator more like a microwave and a toaster oven made me but I mean you're the just thought hardest working dedicated never ask for anything coming in your own let yourself in let yourself off every once in awhile forget you know that put it back on automatic but that's okay what would let's all be perfect right all done at a gratitude I got a chance to be on the radio for three hours every Sunday all mine hometown project the hometown crowd all right so before we get to winding it down where did this come from all that's the question I've been dreading because I really don't know them when I began the program it was simply a way to get on the air and a hat and play music for example okay but it seemed the bear a to my mind and very often in this business I've learned that the disc jockeys are provided with them I'm not sure to call them tip sheets of some sort with a supplement yeah what happened today on history and that sort of stuff as I said that's interesting but wouldn't it be more interesting if you could do it percent APY make it interesting to people that was the origin of it okay it spiraled pretty much out of control and and I created I decided to pick one year at a time in recent scent of history and export completely and thoroughly as much as possible I'm at not just the music but the world news sporting events movies TV all this context for a visit to Santa Fe in that one year and tell stories about what happened in Santa Fe that year right now you have combined where you could find them actual audio clips right yes and those are available around I mean there are available on line the used to be on record in the desk and I have books of those at home from you know big historic events through through the years culled from the internet's culled from my old C. D.'s right albums elevation it's everywhere parade and now it's all cell phone everybody every everything that happens now that somebody's cell phone well it's that's the way things are so you went back into archives did you get in like micro fees to the library did to find stories from nineteen fifty two I know it sounds pretty dreary but that's actually what I did do I've read newspapers now for the last for forty years from the years nineteen forty right in nineteen seventy nine right religion is papers that if any Mexican of course right elbow grease journal the only if intermarriage do in an emergency right real grandson yeah but it's on the Santa Fe new Mexican okay regrets that is fun if you want to do the million and a host of that right now where are the police blotter the police blotter is even better I bring that up and that's when I and I and I get the nasty comments from people up there it's the most charming the always the whole area is definitely whole area and in the old days and the scent of a new Mexican had a police blotter that would happen to right yeah it's weird stuff other best one is from point Reyes California ward winning like Pulitzer Prize winning pennies eyeliner is it's it's it's like the most creative writing you can imagine well that's what people are interested in of the births and deaths and weddings and social counters and police blotter and crime right which is exactly what my program contains all right so you went back and found the stories and then you started to craft around you know I just picked out of thin air nineteen fifty two Eisenhower post war boomers and all of that it's so you go back in you and you look at local lead what is happening in nineteen fifty to and from what you can call from just one year then you start to edit it down and select kind of cool stuff that meant something to you yes and if you it means something to you you know it's going to mean something there well part of it is as with everybody's interested in what was happening in Santa Fe who was making noise or the scandals with so that was a population little statistics things like that right and I collected in a coke to them all now the the problem was that I couldn't cram them all into one program and so what I would do is select the certain stories and they're all designed to say something about Santa Fe and what an interesting place it is not usual and not your typical everyday American small town although it's got lots of those features it does but it's the city different for a reason right to tech talking to somebody a couple days ago about about Santa Fe and our tonight said you know it we're we're not the typical our town we're not there no we're not a typical small town one we're state capital which gives a little bit of Jews and the other fact that we know where world class or destination culinary destination now and and a cultural destination all right and so the home town project the first year was nineteen well I began my eyes my original plan was to have one year one program for every year from nineteen forty to nineteen seventy nine come up that's forty years right plus a number of specials just simply decades sixties seventies that thing and so the idea was that I would have that approximately fifty two programs so that you would never hear that one program again until a year later right and they were all randomly space they didn't come up a one right after the Iraqi man that would be that be no fun looking guy already causing problems anyway so you you do you know what you want you know you know that audience is going to turn over within a year you're gonna get new people other people or move away right away our memories of failed and they just don't remember the well that can happen I'm counting on it right all righty combine that with music yes do you have a favorite baby here a favorite child a favorite decade a favorite show what we're everything just clicked well I always select for example nineteen sixty five and that's only because for me it was the year I graduated high school were also conscious of the culture at the time right well now how would boots to wear white shirts to wear with music to list pretty should invasion all that stuff and so that's that special to me see that's the whole point of it it it evoked a lot of memories for me but I hope to do that for every single year if you are for example in high school in nineteen forty five right I would be able to create the same kind of run at this for you for you too now you do all this compiled it all to get out put it all together at home put it all on a tablet bring it in and then play the cuts play the audio and then talk over the audio and music and if you have you know news clips and all of that of the whole Larry is old news clips from the to from the time do you want to kind of put your hand up to your ear and use that that kind of voice from the newscasters in those days well that's that on part of that's the disadvantage I have is that I really don't have a radio voice as a result it's it's it's it's more interesting I think for the audience because ice ice groups so so often yeah that's true I have a the dreaded dead air the accidental cough the open the open the hot Mike where they catch me sing along to a to help us press has that happened it has happened and it's all captured there on the air checks indeed what but I'm not a I'm not a professional and I think that's part of the charm exactly right exactly right and I read something that amuses me I I laughed at it too just like everybody else the amazing thing RTZ you're just so dedicated and like I said you know you're so reliable you come in every Sunday do your show if you're if you're going to be on the rare vacation you bring a thumb drive of old shows the you know to make sure that everything is is stayed freshening well proper rotation what's so interesting about that is it says more about the radio people than about me right you are the exception I learned from the best it is a bunch of scofflaws around here these days I learned from the questionnaire two wells Katie are see back in nineteen I guess about eighty nine or ninety I guess I met a man named see our power I don't remember the guy now he was an old time radio guy see our power here are power and the guy the guy had he taught me all radio etiquette how to normal the board what you needed to do and so I learned really old school radio right I'll take a break we'll come back with art in scene is talking more about the the last show which will be this coming Sunday two o'clock till five o'clock.

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"reyes california" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:49 min | 1 year ago

"reyes california" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Port my talkie weird podcast yeah during the other day notice that sometimes I wonder what would happen in Julie is random thoughts he looks like but I don't know he said you can't plans it's just random that's all it is okay so tomorrow there's a big down deal happening at the mall of America casting event is this the Disney will yes yes tomorrow am from eleven AM to five PM they are looking for their in search of a boy and a girl to portray a precocious eight year olds yeah and I'm a very special Disney product project announced so that's happening tomorrow and no acting experience is necessary I know not real specific well it just sad leg didn't see said you need to be a girl age seven to ten with brown hair brown eyes or boring the same age range but blonde hair and blue eyes yeah so you can visit tiny U. R. L. dot com or just go you know asin out of America yeah that's probably on the website so just go casting but these people the dilleys see creative agency they've cast for game of thrones John Adams the crown our feeling Minnesota lay information right yeah sure so this is kind of a big one so if you've got a kid in that age group maybe they're going to be a star okay so yesterday I promise to tell you about Christmas res yes I'm not going to take is to line and I don't want to be a new star yesterday I didn't even think you should look it up I had a really knew less of fabulous things okay so this is classic this is on the front page of the Star Tribune right now and it says package these leaves a thank you note behind in Saint Paul well thanks a lot that's right so a package was delivered at a home on the eight hundred block of Watson Avenue Watson is in Saint Paul I'm trying to think where does a woman was expecting the package when she got home at five PM yesterday thought was gone but it was replaced by a hand written note the note sad so just a little thank you for leaving me the opportunity of stealing your package what she's very nice of you thank you the new owner of your package how about the porch pirates this time of the year it's cold it's very cold so I mean can you imagine and then you have no recourse to what they're suggesting get your packages delivered to work get him sent to a neighbor if you're not going home during the day require your signature or you can get an Amazon locker but don't the pirates are hot right now in with more and more people are doing online damn damn dad does the things that you have to just make you so may I know what somebody levy I think you know for stealing your stuff know how what if use arm came home in your you know taking your Christmas tree maybe it's one that was in nabbing they wrapped it up so you could get in your car with you when you open it up and there's a ten foot python inside the Christmas tree this would only happen down under Liane chapter in our partner came home to a loud commotion when they saw snakes said the ring around there I would delivery are suffering I like it when they sit there and slow there for twenty ornament I'm yes are just taking over for new beach and literally this is they're called fat innkeeper worms but they look like **** as they washed up on Drake's beach and point Reyes California fifty miles northwest of San Francisco on Friday they are on believable they've taken over they usually live underground and dig out a U. shaped borough for itself and for other sea creatures but because they had this amazing storm there all wiped up to the top they are the most disgusting I think they were somewhat and they did look like it looked like a bunch of **** on maybe yeah it's and like at Luna Basler unabomb kind of that one on file and then the shaft and with even a little pointy edge like a dark getting a hard on cat or someone is a little windy and the little point those out there willing with were you know what I mean I had a little Mike and you're like what if thank you bye okay I'm and if you're staying there having a little problem I add to the Hyatt regency downtown Minneapolis there's been an investigation because cement recording devices were put in some of the rooms so as a precaution search the property when you check in he's creepy I would I would how are the guys that have been the hijacking the ring home security system and watching that little girl member her just saying stop at because your room do there's there blackmailing people anyway bad publicity for ring them private sit you know in the home security thing not a good week for for that now add there so hackable no absolutely not not a good week women for the very first time in the history of people going to medical school women make up the majority of the med students this week women comprise fifty point five percent of our medical students in twenty nineteen well so it's pretty much fifty fifty right well it didn't used to be anywhere close to that in that I don't want to do used to be zero zero percent you know ninety percent Laurie is pulling that out here but he didn't look back in time there weren't that many female doctors there now it's fifty fifty I like that I will like it a lot what are the worst gift you can give someone so this is a big shopping weekend yes it is and next weekend right next right we do have two solid what is Christmas on Wednesday Wednesday okay we do have to salad weekends shower gel coming in at number one first of all why not just use bar so people could shower gels and plastic so that's that yeah nobody wants her presence sacks I disagree with because access something you just don't want to buy yourself sometimes the it's a pretty lame president called it a stocking a photo calendar no one printout photos anymore they become a little obsolete do you think if it was filled with photos yes you have the time to make you a nice I usually pictures that they that that you know yeah I would like that are you know liquor they're saying which I disagree who's who doesn't want a bottle of baileys or something like that yeah bad news for the people of our booze for he he he my candle I like good candles so this is this is all subjective to what your likes and you now do you have a president that you just the only person I've ever ever ever heard you disdain is the world from Casey when your because you thought it was from my mom well yeah as she has a long and big flowery pajama jam was we didn't like each other that year so I was very I your mom and got the day passed by did you get these mix up I know and is there yeah it just was like that was we we were it was a couple years after the accident he we just weren't happy with each other yeah that was a hard time yeah I'm a school bus was a Bacchae waited I don't know yeah I eve anyone had young boys who went through this period of axe axe deodorant axe worry axe body gel ax ax on top of that powder you know it was everywhere and the boys when they're like thirteen like a dispatch there are no as I said to be evacuated because a local fire department and emergency medical services responded to a report of hazardous materials aboard a middle school bus and perish Florida because the students kept complaining about boxes smell the fire department came on and interviewed all thirty the students and to eventually a student smelling like a cast member of the Jersey Shore spin off came they said yes you you're the stinker you smell you smell you smell wow that's a lot accent you now what I eat parents who had these kids in this age group no that's now it was too much and they still wanted more I'm the most popular cookie what do you think the most popular cookies in Minnesota you got a giant we got a giant one today from the union depot is a snicker do yeah that is the most popular cookie Minnesota Wisconsin it's German almond cookies the power grid the snowballs so they're probably Arizona Mexican wedding cakes a Russian tiki they're called all that and I just calm snowballs my column I'm so sick of cookies you can have in your home I eat that's only beaten for four days and I'm just done yeah DOT peanut butter blossoms our overall kind of the big ones those are great I know Donte do you have a favorite cookie although the snickerdoodle any day yeah we just got your Christmas present for and we will buy you sacked yeah and we've just told me don't down anybody six inches it's huge I was thinking you could cut it with the pizza slicer okay yeah thank you so much I can do all of that I don't know if you still have time but if someone is so in love with their animals you can the soccer socks or re you know what time of sex again you can if you send a picture put their animal on a pair socks can queue for someone who loves our path yes it would would you like compare French bulldog sacks Laurie not even for a second no no are you a friend.

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"reyes california" Discussed on Opie Radio

Opie Radio

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"reyes california" Discussed on Opie Radio

"Transit down we were we were planning on sitting down is going to be an issue yeah it's completely booked Russia guys growth is a so the store is amazing okay showrunner that is crazy I mean even if he honor for those who don't know is basically the guy who runs the whole set like all right now we're gonNA move over while these guys are cooking and while like Yakking it up with the audience and the crew about what to do there's not a lot of yelling there's not even really a lot of discussion it's very we're very very successful we had a lot of TV meetings and I think it's really smart that Guy Fieri like and and what needs to be done so I'm surprised more people aren't doing guy yet let you and I understand I tv never excited me for that Ah I love improving just trying to make things up as they go maybe I should some edibles so now I got I figured it out so I have a dirty old overthinking this so much well at first when you started asking about repackaging I asked one of like the please just stop and then she she wants me like I went outside whatever and I go to twenty inches Oh really thirty six the sitting here Y- you gotta explaining exactly where we are in point Reyes California long long it serve wasters and we're at the Marshall Store which is where I came couple of years ago voiced you just lost your mind I love it I'm so happy suck one of these Downing Nice Mike where they were just taken out of there so fresh Oh my God that's worth the drive ripe in health violations or something people really love it you didn't always there was no there was one that basically tried horse shit you know you you way if you look at the lobster go man I think that could be tasting Yoke Greg we make your voices are actually the seafood item he's uh-huh but wow that's really nice really ah it's important to do that Carl would be like all right off and I think after what George said at the end of the last episode of the radio mm-hmm which is not like it's GonNa be hard or anything but like we have to decide like you know we did those yacht casts cars at Matt's been dying to meet you and the Hudson River trip I'm dying to do that one I thought at the end of last season it's like we thought it was GonNa make my dad sell the boat because she hates it so much she houses and the there was a compromise made in the boat of state so I'm a member of the sailing club in La so they have votes drive car and so sorry I'm chewing that's okay I I agents or anything I mean there's no engines obviously and you just here I mean you're just out there with a couple of years ago but it's like a form of vacation it's actually if you know how to sail and and then they have a company's charter boats then you go and you sail away it's four bedrooms four bathrooms Scott like central air in eight and it's not gonNA soon pause podcast Grab Napkins stirs were awesome the Sandwich was awesome we had to cut our trip short because and so good wine in went in point Reyes you must have oysters and having a housewarming party and we we got the pig invite and I I introduced introduced mad power to guide F- Yeti you're interested I have a new show that's not out yet with would you like Jane out in or Guy but then he said I'd like to buy another one nice things that I was trying to be social or whatever and the computer screen with my fucking face on it and he goes hey you know this guy really knows what he's talking and then he said Where are you coming over so I guess I guess we gotta go over there with Carl I'll have a.

"reyes california" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

15:24 min | 1 year ago

"reyes california" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"It have to be so it probably doesn't hold on please whether next time she because if I turn the volume down she should probably shut up I could probably also actually need it I need it adjusts volume with your cars foles thanks fancy news well okay I guess of here wait you just don't have to keep remembering a look thing that they have a bad habit of when when I don't have a voice like I just like forget that I've actually going somewhere Yadda pilot myself so anyway smoke awesome so set this up though we're in the brand new porsche that's not even available for the for the peasants yet we're in Santa Rosa California right we are getting Goitres in point Reyes California which is where really good always does come from it's a forty minute drive from here and I have a brand new porsche boxster spyder which on top of right now but audio audio so here we go but just just so you can maybe get a little a little taste mm-hmm I tell you what did I tell I tell you why don't have the thing I missed the Exit it's just one hundred yards and this the first heard has it wasn't talk back that's that's exactly what and now they gave us a shorter together but it's not the route I wanted I wanted to call I wanted to go like the Nice Way Yeah missing that turn it put us on the highway so actually I'm GonNa saw so what I'm thinking is you don't WanNa be on this road because you'll go a lot slower alley no no it's not that we're like doing podcast doing video version of the podcast for like my people they don't want to look at anyway they want to look at a good road before in this nice part of the country like we should get I'm GonNa go back and we're GONNA go the other way that I wanted to go first place right can I am for purposes in this podcast yet doesn't matter it doesn't matter I can I can I confess something to you and it's the first time it confessing this to obviously a lot of people because it's now on my podcast that's exactly what I was gonNA confess you by the way that I'm fucking petrified of being in a car accident and that's why that's why I don't like to infest the cars certified of being I'll tell you all the time petrified a car or being this car with me right now you're petrified of being part no trust you I respect you I I know you'll do the right thing for me because you know I'm kind of not a car enthusiast yeah I'm kind of a bitch but I'm going to get I'm going to be real for second if you don't mine be real so backing around two thousand I was t-boned when I was up at Russia's with brother we have told the story of the podcast remember this so that scared the shit out of me and then in two thousand four my dad was t-boned did not survive the accident I could see how this would be a problem so with that said and I've never admitted this to anyone really so like I don't like being a passenger in a car ever I drive all the time I don't even let my wife produce for the mobile yes yeah I hate being a passenger I feel an stupid because you know it's not sense but I feel like if I'm in control I feel safe I I understand that that's a fairly common thing actually In general I feel the and why with driving I mean in general I trust myself to to do the right thing you know I've practiced driving Lincoln and I'd I'd pay attention I don't drive and tax whatever I have to like white my top on L. I reacted realized like not everybody is like go to try the way you do like you're going to get there yeah and you know my wife who is like oh just amazing she tries to help if she knows I have to drive so much for work like worm when I'm home and we're going to dinner or whatever you know she'll try and she thinks she's helping she is helping the elderly by leaving you know leave me but but when I'm not driving like I'm coach rhyming advocate and I'm like oh it's faster if we go this way the left lane goose faster and she's like shut the fuck up here supposed to not be driving I am mm to follow the car in front of me and we will get there I should add to this by the way that my wife's a much better than me she eats might realize yeah so it's it's complete nonsense I would probably be safer of she was actually driving so I just wanted to confess that today I've never I never confess that to anyone before but especially the death of my dad triggered pretty easily but you know I only get hands but I don't want to it's weird that has to do with because it seems like there's a guy that came in next to us gave us the old portion I saw it it's what I find strange about that is it doesn't seem like at least you didn't you haven't told me I don't remember the details the accident Rochester I don't know that he the father did did did those t-bone ings happened because you were not driving and in you were driving out than they would have happened is that actually I think we did talk about the accident I wasn't traumatize a passenger with the airbags all right say ourselves at length dark in the car on pretty much sideways all four tires blew on almost in a total of Opole and I because we wasn't paying attention and we were stopped traffic and everyone said you could take the left they waved us road there was a turning lane your this guy was just flying we've got people that we might dad's accident we live on a very very busy row out there a long island and we looked around a curve it didn't like Cars Company Your House tall with many many accidents we had worn at the role of the night where I remember being a kid all I could hear it was a summer nights read windows open because we never had a C- fans At all I heard in the bill the night was helping helping I'll be like dad went out there and there was a car site down on the electric a line over the car I might have got electrocuted when safe the guy and then we had another one we had a guardrail because was it was such a turn off tell the story I know I've told it before the podcast but then I'll get your address so there was a guardrail that was about onto yards from our house because the town was so sick of cars the allying coming home from Huntington Drug and gone off the road at this particular section into the woods put a guardrail so they could kind of bounce off that the problem was though they would bounce off guard rail and then they would be directed right towards our house and we had a drunk driver hit her house go to about seventy seventy to eighty miles an hour like after like a hockey puck boards bounced off and this guy hit so hard we couldn't open the front door on the how are they gonNA put another curve I've seen you know there's there's always a story like once a year aided the papers were it's like ladies you know car goes through in Lady's living room for you know they have to put a big then they put like a big I like the anti homeless rocks in front of rows but let me finish the story so then he hits the he popped off a curb that was like we cemented all over the place that was one way my mom kept us busy out of her hair so we had a smet I'm really good at and so the car hit one of our cement pads how's op about five six feet so we almost hit the second of level of the House y'all and then he tumbled and took out the windows on the side of my house and or pieces of his car over backyard where we played with a ball at a yard sale like skiing it's all over and then we go outside to see what the hell was going on I think I was about twelve years old if I remember correctly this guy was staggering around her yarn he survived the accident Raum and the reason was loose right ways that right and the best part of this whole story is he was going into Huntington because his friend was in a drunk driving accident our two earlier and he was going there for ten amounted to see how he was doing is way back home from visiting his friend was in this horrific accident outside our house oh man ooh Wow Biz Mikkola he's not breathing I mean I can't okay no I saw here I trust you but I also want to be honest about my experience on how fast allegedly I don't know come on not admitting that I'll tell you later was was it close to my record yes Ooh you're record by a dry just want to say something that your record or a man of your age of some means record is pathetically low really well cases can I say what my record I didn't give a speed the past podcast up here in Santa Rosa area basically it was Alexis around one hundred ten miles an hour for far the fastest you've ever gone that's pretty lame I gotta be honest one of the fastest just did my adrenaline adrenaline kicked him but also stop you stop three we hit when we get done awesome it's quick in a straight line on the wrong that's not what this car the bow this car is all about balance and handling rip and breaking news mm-hmm this car has breaks that are bigger than the heels in my old Lamborghini really my wolf areas fifteen inch wheels of his chorus sixteen inch rakes which is a huge huge brake discs and and like Porsche just does you know it's it's all about the Alice God's can be one of these days yeah for those of you who are watching my video not listening to help us version he doesn't trust my audience car thank you mad by me I hope you enjoy this today because I'm not happy I'm not happy so then to finish up two days in a row then the then we lost a lot of pets outside our house they were always get hit by cars because we didn't believe in fences even though we had six seven eight sometimes nine kids living in our house and had a lot of pets so every once in a while my dad would have to carry it a deadpan from a from the road and then you fast forward a whole bunch year it's going back to the start of this podcast the it was such a dangerous turn on a busy highway that the rule in our house and role was do not take a left down the driveway okay just do not do it when I got older you know I I was a little cocky or I started taking laughs but in general my mind that'd be on your toes because they came around this turned really fast super blind yeah a super blind and you know that was our fault too because we probably could cut down some of our hedges and stuff and made a little easier so my dad was going to just a simple launch with Samah friends that we've known forever they picked them up it didn't it didn't help that the guy driving only had one arm he lost in an accident an accident at work or something in through machines or something but he had one but I mean he was more than capable and he wanted to take the left out of the driveway my mom was begging him to not take that left you not take the left he was basically like I got this and he pulled out Bam they got t- so much I didn't know that part of that in your house like my mom took the bronze the crash she has a broken bones and stuff but my dad was sitting on AH backseat opposite of the driver and because he was on all sorts of blood because his heart was in bad shape at this seventy four years solve he took a couple hits to the head and he probably would have survived but because of the blood large centers his brain swelled and he never came out of the call but what socks it is the fact that when the emergency crews came in the ambulance he walked himself to the audience in the back of the ambulance gave all involved you know might his name L. This crap and sat in the back of the balance by the time they got to the hospital he was he was already in really really bad shape so fucking crazy so sad yeah I mean right now not gonNa make plenty of anymore the left sorry no it's okay desiring crazy man you dislike established wisdom established wisdom is established for reason yeah I it comes up in ours lobby talk about like why is Tesla different than other car makers for better or worse they tend to coming nor established wisdom makes their cars more interesting but it also makes their factory much crappier snow.

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"reyes california" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"reyes california" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are workers at cal girl creamery in point Reyes California they're scooping for gold milk out of an enormous tank and sloshing into preformed cops these cups of curdled milk need to rest for ten days in a cool climate controlled place it's starting to become she now the workers wash each little mound with salt water a week later they're ready to be wrapped up in box the calgel creamery in point Reyes produces eight hundred and ten units of cheese four days a week all of it by hand most of that cheese is consumer right here in northern California this story comes to us from Kristoff in Sam her net of the world according to sound podcast the partnering with the light house for the blind and visually impaired in San Francisco with the divisional support from California humanities I'm Jeremy Siegel and you're listening to morning edition on KQED now John McConnell with bay area traffic.

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"reyes california" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"reyes california" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"Joe Chandler nest year Ryan, graduate student are shot him. All founders of the Durham second on exercise. Listeners. To the rose garden. They wished to read along with us. Listen carefully. The words can be challenged. I may sometimes seem like pros point. They were written under the most arduous conditions. With crater affection. Written. Here. We have Julian vein reading an excerpt from the first chapter in the rose Julian and his partner NICKY, weird. We'll have a strong presence throughout the series of podcasts, discussing material, and at times, interviewing some of the contributors Julian isn't a cultist and the author of several books essays and journals in both the academic. And he so Tarik press. The sex up is from the narrators. I encounter with one of the six a man known only as crimson. On a foggy night on a beach in point Reyes, California, Leonard speaks with crimson, but to be in the presence of one of the six is like a psychedelic experience in and of itself. The sex starts on page eighteen. And now Julian vein. He offered a sit of mango juice from antique Silva flagging as if holy water within minutes, the seafloor self, perhaps the entire continent seem to move ever so slightly, like some Madras, go pick profound, and irrevocable tectonic shift. The FIS heat against the cold.

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"reyes california" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"reyes california" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"Community leaders in oakwood beach Nyland who for those of you who read the book they banded together and ask this date to purchase demolish their flood-prone homes after hurricane sandy and in three separate communities long, Staten Island, state agreed a may purchase demolished over six hundred homes on the coast in New York City, and I was really interested in what had become those places in those people, and they went back out to oakwood beach and met with the community leaders in the three communities that were successful. Their bid to get bought out. And each of those people still live within five miles. I think each of them each of the community leaders still live within like three miles of their original home. They were required by law to move out of the flood plain. But Staten Island has enough took a graphical diversity that they could move out of the flood plain and still be, you know, spitting distance from their friends and family from their butcher from their favorite seafood restaurant from the police is in the people that they depended upon and I asked them, you know, what percentage of folks in the communities that participated in the buyout stayed in Staten Island, and they said about eighty percents, and that was amazing for me to hear because it helped me understand that when we talk about coastal retreat. In places where there is some top of graphical diversity. It doesn't have to mean. Fracturing of community. It doesn't have to mean the destruction of community. You can still have your community albeit in a slightly different location. And I think that is really that produced in me pretty significant sense of hope so that was something that was really profoundly amazing about the book tour. The other highlight for me, which is just like very personal and literary is I gave a reading and did a queue in a kind of like what you and I were gonna do Doug at a bookstore in point Reyes, California in my discussing. My interviewee was Brenda Hillman who is one of my favorite poets. And she is married to Robert Haas. Who was the poet laureate of the United States for two years, and he is also one of my favorite. Poets and afterwards seeking me a big hug, it just told me that I did a fabulous job. And so did Brenda, and you know, as a total literary geek that was a major highlight. Awesome. Couple of questions about the tour and did you visit any red states on this tour? Visit any red states? Red-state areas. I mean, you know, you might have gone Omaha any red states, they the book you there. Did they stick you and the more climate friendly areas? Well, I think I don't think that I went to any distinctly red states. This fall, I'm gonna go to Florida and Louisiana, which I think both maybe count as quasi red states. They I think Florida goes waffles back and forth. But Louisiana tends to go read New Jersey. I don't know if that counts is not a red state, probably very very blue. Okay. We very red. But are you going to New Orleans or you gonna kinda good more up in Shreveport or about and rues? Would you know, we're still working on it, and I hope to get to places outside of New Orleans as well, but possibly down on the bayou which tends to be pretty red. And in some ways, the famous true, I think Florida waffles, but you know, one thing that I'm thinking about sort of round two of the rising tour is to try to do more events in let more in places that don't always get sort of the literary book tour events, you know, and I think. Trying to events that connect directly with..

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"reyes california" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"reyes california" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"The three five kiss trending stories at eight forty two on friday april twentieth four to one notified twenty s marijuana enthusiasts a bunch of facts about this island it's not for twenty the penal or dispatch code for illegal marijuana use also does it refer to the number of chemicals in cannabis trying to quell the term apparently originated from five high school students in one thousand nine hundred seventy one who would meet by a statue at four twenty every day before they would go look for an alleged marijuana crop in point reyes california every day they went looking for this this mysterious as many days you do that give up senator tammy duckworth of illinois and her baby my lee are now making history again they had the distinction of being the first infant and mother ever brought onto the senate floor her rival was the product excuse me her rival on the senate floor of course i was gonna say her arrival when i think i know what that was the product of was the product of several months of behind the scenes negotiation in the senate whose rules until wednesday barred children from coming out of the senate floor so they made a rule change because senators have to vote in person so how would you do that if he couldn't potentially bring your child other floors so on wednesday senators voted unanimously henceforth both male and female senators will be permitted to bring infants up to age one into the chamber which is very cool on south west airlines may face tens of millions of dollars in legal damages from those on board during the deadly ordeal of flight thirteen eighty lawyers for the passengers will most likely target southwest airlines and go after them after the story that we know about of course with the engine explosion the uncontained engine failure woman halfway out the airplane so so sad it is time's most influential list has been launched angie hit that in the entertainment report oriented.

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"reyes california" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"reyes california" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Oh my gosh it's so funny though she just be like yeah i celebrate other days i don't need to do it on amateur day oh jeez wow oh you never heard that song all the songs about getting high because i got high because i suit you better kaelin we'll give you free we'd on the street today because it'll be like except that that's our sister insert sister so it is for twenty and it's known to marijuana enthusiasts as a day to honor cannabis the origin of the term involved five high school students in one thousand nine hundred seventy one the wall does because the five teenagers always hung out near a wall that sounds like an they came up with them they were stoned out yeah on the wall by a statue at four twenty pm before they'd go looking for an alleged marijuana crop in point reyes california the grateful dead and their fans the dead heads are commonly credited for popularizing for twenty the term nuts the use of marijuana but for twenty two term four twenty isn't a penal or police dispatch code for illegal marijuana use as i guess some people believe for twenty doesn't exist in europe because europeans right there dates as day month and year so it would be twenty four today in europe it doesn't refer to the number of chemicals in cannabis either the bible verse daniel four twenty is about a tree the tree you saw the.

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