18 Burst results for "Robert Howard"

"robert howard" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

Relentless Geekery

03:23 min | 4 months ago

"robert howard" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

"Say with guardians of stuff how can you tell for sure but then there's the thing you've got to keep an eye on it because even though guardians the movie came out, there were popular they went up in price. Well, they've dropped back down now because it's not as populated. Exactly. That that is really true. Like I said I've never speculated. But I'll take that back sometimes when something came out I was like you know extra consultant on making Okay Coyne how about a five I two of the first ten issues of a new title that is like. Intermittent, longer single title but it was not just the amazing spider. It was the spectacular spider man it was the Web Spiderman. It's like I don't know for whatever they worth the time about fifty, three, five dollars it was worth salting an extra ten to fifty dollars to say if takes off, it'll have been worth it. So I really do have doubles as well as individuals of all those things and I always thought that would be kind of cool be. Sell this recollection but I can still make money with that would be Kinda. Right so You're talking about how some of the pulps and stuff I saw an ebay auction awhile back that was like all the original amazing fantasy. Magazine books with HP lovecraft, Catholic stories in the collection her every story. That really is history I mean when you go back into the pulse is the first time that you see all Tarzan's all the HP lovecraft stuff all the Robert Howard Conan there's wonderful things that are very much a part of our popular consciousness, but that's where they started. A lot of the first big science fiction authors, the Asam, awesome, hind lines, and at Clarkson every first published work in various different sites action pulse you know what I mean so now. I've got a couple of, I've got a couple of amazing fantasies that have the original stories that Stephen King published for the dark tower before it turned into the books I've got those. That's cool. That's cool. Exactly. In fact I love that when you when you have something that has providence to it, that's like, did you know that this is the first appearance of XYZ hand or the first published near like Stephen King did this before I really think that's kind of like. The joy of collecting is that there's all those little Like anomalies or special treats that if you have no decision was the first time that sabertooth appeared and that he wasn't known them to be an ex-man man, he was just a villain you let me so it it's. Harry cool for some people for for people that are geeks. Up So this is Besides. Are Vying Excite by have because I've stopped buying I'm now kind of where can I find other sources we talked a little bit about this line I regularly used the library's when I was growing up the reason you had because no self respecting library carry Cox were they did they would have been heavily read you know kids. As. Their their place match for when they're eating cereal you to destroy them. But nowadays, they really do have felt the graphic novels, the compilations that places put out, and so that's all I have a allot on what I've missed over the last couple years. So I just read for Instance Doomsday clock and. It's the continuation. If will love watchman of were that watchman's Charlton Pseudo trow universe now. Collides with the DC universe..

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"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

03:14 min | 6 months ago

"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"BELKS IS GONNA. Come up and they're talking about a project, multimillion dollar project, but on Monday I think they're going to approve like forty thousand dollars for the survey or something like that or for design, or it was just A. To. Approve the building or anything like that, so who stay on top of things, and of course we'll have the meeting live. As, we do every time the town council needs. That's going to be Monday at nine o'clock where we look for I was looking for my notes from the meeting that I attended that Charlie white hat all. Yeah, a box meeting the back of me. They talked about the big building over there. They talked about everything, but they did. Talk about the big building and. That Bayside Marina Park. Marino Yoga and all the construction and There is a meeting. They're gonNA, be downtown. commission meeting on June all. The County Commission should ask your buddy racing. And by so they I think no Jane Plummer told me when that meeting was so I am going to pull it up while you're looking Jane. was telling me that they're having here? It is right here. I've got it right in front of me. It's going to be the second four of the county courthouse on the seventeenth nine thirty, and that I think is the final approval from the county that they need to start construction, apparently that place over there. That area over there is pretty nasty. Yep Nice listening to him talk about when the first iteration was a hundred and seventy five feet that really tall, because the marina over here when you come over the bridge, that building super tall to me, and that's sixty five. Thirty five feet, and they went down, and then twice it went down and now it sits. The proposal is I believe one hundred feet, which is still pretty high, yeah, it's. Coming up on June seventeenth, so a lot of meetings coming up in June and in July the council doesn't meet, so it'll be kinda slow, but again checkout save based side park if if that's something that you're into. The building has not been approved yet. They're still talking about start talking about that. And then we have the time square refurbishing. That's coming up, so all these three projects are going to cost ten million dollars total if they all get approved and about ten million dollars between bayside par. Times Square and bail. That's what we're looking looking forward to for the next few weeks, so all right so on Monday, we'll have our question of the day sponsored by Carlos New Business Custom painted furniture creations it up, and we appreciate you sticking it out. We apologize for the disconnect there while a pester. Corbin was talking, but we appreciate you guys sticking around of course. If you have anybody that you'd like us to interview, feel free to tell Kim because she does all work during the week to line up the guests. Thank you to our guests today. I've Been Corbin Casey show from closer, waterkeeper and Robert How he is a ranger rob. How will the ranger and also we want to say? Thank you to our sponsors as always peach time out who else the tiki towards shuckers in a cottage bar and former ski tours so until next time everybody have a lovely weekend. Come on now to the beach. Spend your money and. Rats and.

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"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

05:44 min | 6 months ago

"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Our question of the day, which means that every morning when we put up our new question whether it's local or national. I mean I think that. When you post a national questions, a lot of the local people are interested in things like that, so that's why. WHY WE KINDA! Mix Them Up, but Carl is still in the same location. Nineteen Hundred Zero Boulevard suite three and you really need to go on our facebook page a check out some of the furniture that she's painting premiere. Of course she's got premiere dixie Belle Chalk type paint. She's a dealer of that kind of paint that I. Bet you know that. You could deal in that kind of paint. These specializes in unique painted furniture furniture painting classes. Yep, you need to go to one of those because you Dr Furniture with that Shit. You painted on it that white paint. Everybody loves that Chuck, Pain. Charles! White thing, yeah, it doesn't even look like it's finished. It looks just like it's called distressed. You ding-dong distress all right. And then you you. Paper and you distress it. That's the white Ding. Yes, that's the way it's supposed to well. I don't see any classes for distress or other paint. I don't think it's Bell Chock Pain I. Don't you know I don't know she's got jelly bean rugs. Does that. Does that mean that the rugs actually have jelly beans more there? There's some kind of. Jelly beans because that would be interesting, which likes some jelly beans? Only eighteen people walk on today. They shouldn't be too bad. Right so checkout Carla. Pints. facebook page custom painted furniture creations, and yes, Debbie. She's awesome. Is that Debbie from the tattoos? Debbie do the tattoos. She's right next to the Tattoo Place I. Don't get out enough anyway, so she's GonNa. Be Sponsoring our question of the day, and it was such a busy week last week with the Margarita, they'll thing was in court on Tuesday and it sounds positive for for those of us. Who wanted built? It sounds like it's going in the right direction, but you would never want to predict anything when it comes to a court. So the. Lot of legally, yes. I mean I when people came to the conclusion that they thought it was, it looked like it would come out in his favor and Tom's favor I was like. Wow, all. That stuff just went right over my head. I was like wait I have no idea what he what he just said, but it sounded like he knew what he was talking about. Even Ralphie Brooks guy over there so We're just waiting for that to be posted on their website. That's how they do it. And then I guess the next step would be that patent and her a financier of Bob Kahn. The heiress could decide that they go. They want to take it to the Florida Supreme Court. If they lose which I don't know, that would go. There I think if there's a certain ruling by the second district, it wouldn't because they could just not even offer an opinion. And be over, but that doesn't mean they won't try and find something else to file a lawsuit. About I. Mean that's just sounds like. The kind of people they are, and if not, if it all goes away, then, maybe we'll see a shovel in the ground and that. Dilapidated area over there that they'll be right over there. I will be over there. Digging in the cement, so that took place this week. COPS was canceled. Know that live PD was canceled my fav- or my favorite shows very sad of noise. PD was canceled. Did you know that lady antebellum changed their name to lady a? How idiotic is that antebellum? Their name was because of a certain type of house, and they decided that it was offensive to I I. Guess Somebody so they changed their name. They've been lady antebellum for like I. Don't Know Thirty Years like twenty years however long they've they've been parenting. I mean, but they changed their name to lady and the last thing in the most disgusting thing was that people are now petitioning to get the name of splash. Mountain changed. Did you know that splash mountain is offensive to people now? Apparently there are two characters somewhere along the ride. I think that's how it goes. That are offensive to people on the Ri- I. I have been on Splash mountain ride so. Was So devastatingly scared that my eyes were opened so I didn't see whole. Your Aligarh, no splash mountain. Y-. Is that the one I've been on? Yes, we have pictures of you looking. But, it's in the dark. Member being in the dark, and then you come out, and then it's like. Now it's. Now, it's scary offensive, so there's a petition to change. What would you change splash mountain to? If you had to change the name? Or you change it to I. Don't know. It's been splash mountain forever. Right I mean. Isn't that silly gone far well I don't know if it's called the Disney autonomous. Zone not worrying about that. I'd rather not so what hell of a week it's been for local stuff and just stuff. There's a council meeting on Monday. And the Bayside Park, thing has been huge I. Don't know if you guys watch on our facebook page about that with at least the people on our page think that it's it's an ugly eyesore. The Bayside Park. There's a save bayside park a facebook page now it's been created. If you WANNA. Check that out and the bayside part building will be the new home for the morning field. Folks and that's the folks that live out on the water. It's a one point three million dollar building, and it also includes a park. Park includes a stage for music I. Think I heard the council say it's thirty percent for the morning field people and the rest of the stuff is for the locals is going to have public bathrooms if it goes through, but it is not on the agenda for Monday. Now you can go to any council meeting and you can talk about anything you want during your three minutes. It doesn't have to be what's on the agenda, but it is not going to come up on Mondays far as.

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"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

06:45 min | 6 months ago

"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Monday through Friday from three to six, and they have like this. New Brand new What are they had Cabana? That really is like being in a resort that you need to go. Check out. I'm sure sold out until Christmas, but maybe not. Maybe you can squeeze in a day there and they're right down. I don't know maybe two hundred yards from here, so he stopped repeats have a little beverage and then head on down to shuckers and. And sit right in the back and look out at the beach because that's super cool, so the order to tell everybody about was starting Monday. Do these questions of the day? Dear you, the might of the questions today because I'm obsessed with facebook and watching people comment on certain things like last week we had a bunch of people commenting on the flag, not the American flag the. Confederate flag and people commenting on Seattle and that's why I kept saying. You know the Fort Myers Beach, zone network here the autonomous zone because what's going on in Seattle. What do you think about what's going on in Seattle? I, think it's crazy I. I do believe in people's right to to protest and. Say their piece and have their opinion, but you know when you take it too far. Then that's the line. Did you ever think somebody or some group of people like that are Americans not that are like invading. Russians or Chinese would take over police station in the United. States city like our own people that would do that. It just seems like it's it's It's almost hard to. It's hard to win. You say that it's hard to believe it actually happened in i. mean the leadership I think has to be totally held accountable for that? You can't abandon a police station and let people take over eight city blocks I mean what happens after six weeks of that when you know, somebody is either having a baby or somebody gets sick or somebody gets stabbed than they call nine one one. What's going to happen well? I mean there's so many issues with you know sanitation and. All. It's like a refugee camp is where it's GonNa wind up man. But anyway I digress, we had the flag we had the Seattle and we had Robert E Lee. Who is is praised all across the country for his great work as a general, but was also a plantation owner, and you know what that means, and so there's I guess there's a bust somewhere in Fort Myers or statue. Oh I have a resolution that I'd like to. Submit to the United States Congress of America and that is that nobody deserves a statue. Nobody there's nobody should have a statue ever again because nobody's perfect. was anyone have a statue, because eventually it's going to be. A Statue of somebody that. Offended one group because you can't go through life and not offend at least one group, and then they will pull it down and you see the Mo Jo. Why don't even know where it was? We pulled it. He pulled a statue down fell on him. I mean it must be. They have to learn how to pull statues down like they do in Iraq because they're good at that when they pull down the Saddam statues, nobody ever got killed by it so then. If you're going to pull the statues down, you have to learn how to do it. The right way to get out of the wet right clearly have to get out of the way because those things are are fairly heavy so I guess this whole big thing in Fort. Myers beach going somewhere Kerry week made a some kind of proposal. She lives on the beach or as you know about. Taken that Robert e Lee thing and moving into a museum, and then put some kind of Fountain over there of Freidan Fountain. So that's a that's a good idea. I think that's a good yeah. I mean it is part. You can't erase history, so you can't just I. Just don't think like not look at it and not. You have to learn from it and move on, but I think it is. Good. We need statues of people. You don't need such. I mean it's already here, so I think it's a good idea they're taking. Their started. Talking about taking Christopher Columbus statue down, and and also so now all the Washington Monument GonNa take down to because there were there were slave owners I mean. How far does it go shopping mall down? You don't need any. Needs a statue of take down like What happened Penn State with Whoever's coach? Penn state. They took his statue down. Everybody starts needs to come down. He didn't do the pedophile. His Buddy did their listen. I'm not going to get in, so we had We have those questions right so saying leave it up or I'm saying that it's a good idea to move if part of history to a historical museum and explain exactly what everybody did. You to go see. In hindsight, that's why they say hindsight's twenty twenty, but the thing about Robert e Lee is, he has no connection to Lee County. He's never been the League county. It's like why wasn't a call. Thomas Edison County, or something or Henry Ford, county, or something like that why I Take Care Ray. Here's a Lee. County Commissioner Resend Deli. Just happened to stop by the show. It's just one of those things people when you're famous Kim Ryan, is you have the the commissioner that stops by wants to Chitty chatty with her. He's always sodas. And Smiley loves the beach. He just loves hiccup downward off he's. He's running into campaign. By the way he is up for re election this coming November and so. For I mean he was appointed last time, and so it's really reelection. You're right. He was appointed, so he's running for election and he's the kind of guy that really wants to do the job. He really loves the job, but if he doesn't get elected. You know and I have seen a lot. We've had people on the other people on that are running and I've seen other people's signs. I haven't seen anything from him and when I said to him. Hey, how're you doing I? I was just a general question. He said I've been so busy with the cares act and all that stuff. He did not make one mention about any of the other stuff like he'll you know he's got a bit of an advantage because he's got facetime on in front of people now he's been on the council for for months, but speaking. Speaking of the council if you don't if you haven't had a chance to check Brian, Hammons page. He posted some brand new covert numbers this morning about about Lee County. So you want to check those out a re I shared them on our facebook page shared share on my page, and he posted them this morning, so you want to check those out so anyway back to the original point we had some great questions and starting Monday we're going to have a brand new sponsor for the question of the day and Carla Pine has a new business. Did you know that? Transformed or business called custom painted furniture creations awesome, but she's going to be the sponsor of.

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"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

06:21 min | 6 months ago

"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Start calling everybody in our directory and they did that initially what we found is that the loneliest one are the ones that were lonely. Before are still the same lonely folks, so we're encouraging them to keep making those phone calls to them and keep interacting that way. Others said you know we're good. Haya were Illinois where in Michigan. We're we're. We're doing good. We got our family. We got our friends here that we're talking to stuff so. It's been bizarre because. Normally We would. We would possibly have an uptick. Again in any other kind of disaster. But we haven't had so much with that. So you're going to homestead. At the end of this month. Why why are you leaving well? It's I'm under appointment and the Church under appointment by the Bishop on your time and every year. You evaluate whether or not. The finances can sustain your salary whether or not. You're a good match with the church and stuff. And we have loved it here and we want to. Gone in and help, fix problems or way by identified challenges and helped address those and then leaving the church healthier than when we first got there, and I think we're doing the same thing here even though it wasn't our intention, that's kind of what's worked out. So! So now is the homestead. Are you planning that to stay there or is that? Thing. We ever gone to a church thing, and this is going to be an interim small I in my field. There's traveling therapists so I mean if you're doing that, you know you're GONNA be there for thirteen weeks, and then you know fill need a move on, so I didn't know if that was actually. In this case in this case, they've had a series of pastors that have been there for short term for a variety of reasons, and in the last two. The one that we're following he, they needed to be closer to family in the middle part of the state, so they've only been there three years. The one before him was only three years one before them was only there, and so what they're hoping for is a long-term Pastor, and that's what we're hoping for. And so that's what we're going in with the idea that we're going to be there till probably for another seven or eight years. At least so, what is it nice place debate? Yeah, well, it'll be very. We having served in Key West for seven years stead was where we would go for district meetings or go shopping at the mall of Cutler Ridge and stuff. We were there when Andrew Hit, so homestead was also a staging the church. itself was a staging area for a lot of the early relief, efforts and things, so we have all those old memories. Homestead is amounts different city now. It's used to be twenty thousand people, one hundred and some thousand. The airforce base is reopened again. It was closed for a while. They've got the race tracks there now the racetrack there now, but it's still agricultural meets city meets. The keys meets right and we've already heard from a lot of our folks here. Who Love going down to Key West. We're GONNA be seeing them every time they go. So. What do you feel like the biggest accomplishment for? You was here for Fort Myers beach well I think figuring out what the church needs to do to move forward. some of the greatest fears are when you got five Protestant churches on an island like ours on the in the year round population. After two thousand eight decline significantly because of people turn their home into rentals and everything else. Is Do. We really need five Protestant. Churches on an island, the size of ours that question is still out for grabs I still think there could be some cooperative ministries between church is a so one of the things I'm glad to have been involved in the ministerial association that started doing more things than just having an Easter Sunrise Service and maybe a Thanksgiving service they've started working together and other areas, and and part of what helped make that happen. Unfortunately, it was when Doctor Leroy was killed We came together to try to answer the question. How do we still serve? The Hungry and homeless, and those who are in an also. Not Enable and equip them for any future violence and I'm glad to say. That's first time we talk, right was we wondered what was going to happen with all that and and all that? Basically, the folks that we see here and the folks that are serve Chapel and served. That Beats Baptists. Are Pretty much the same people that were being served before that incident. In fact, there may be even fewer because the ones that I talk with. They realized that when that happened. They became persona non grata even more than they already were. Over anybody that's new to the show Dr Hamad was the librarian at the library down the street, and he was murdered by a homeless person. who Dr Harding was helping bright right, if somebody that he knew well and this guy was off his meds and I guess is that that it? He was unfortunately Dr Hamad Ding was a target of opportunity because he was going to find somebody that day. Right he could have just as well walk in the front door of my church, and I was actually in Key West at the time for anniversary, and heard about it from one of our neighbors, she called and let me know what had happened and I just like..

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"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

08:36 min | 6 months ago

"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Czar. All the above like everybody else so first before we talk about. You know the departure, a everybody back in church that going so still been doing. We record a virtual worship service, every Saturday and posted by nine thirty, every Sunday on facebook and our website and We do a Bible study through zoom We do our meetings through zoom. Most of our congregation is in the high risk group and we'RE NOT GONNA put their lives at endanger just trying to bring them together, so so far so good it's. Have you found that when you have to go virtual that more people were watching then would come to that specific time or this time of year. Yes, yeah, yeah. Because, we've got people that normally have gone back north. That have joined in with us now they're. They're watching us from up north up. Usually they would go home. They go to church nor right, and that would be it until they come back down against so now they're doing their church. North at our church were finding that they like to do both. Were you Were you always doing virtual? Okay, so you? This is a brand. Brand new adventure. My wife takes out her iphone and she records my sermon and we put together it serves. She takes it back to the house. She added it on her macbook pro This is all new stuff there. She was running our tech for worship, and we would record the audio for my sermons and put that on our our website. Just the audio, just the audio. And, our were doing a full video now. We don't do a full link service. We've learned through experience through some other experts that people only watch us for so long ran then the drop off rates is the significance. Our average watch time is about nine to ten minutes. Is that right? Yeah, now that's given everybody. The CL- the logs on so when you look at the look at the statistics on you got some that stay with you the whole time and others that kind of click say like and then they're. They're gone, but the majority it's. It's nine to ten minutes, so you've got to kind of get into everything within that nine to ten minute woo Indo. Realize that you've lost quite a few of them. So do you think you'll keep keep this going once you go back to being inside the bill I won't keep it going I'm taking the technology person with me to homestead the new pastor come in, and we're already working with her working with a team of volunteers to figure out how to make that happen because. My wife's on her macbook pro with her. How dare you. Exactly snow. We're looking at things like me vo and some other cheering. That's great. That's a camera, right a camera system yet it you can operate with your iphone or a an Android, and you can operate it with your. IPAD or something, different camera angles and yeah. The the basic one is just like it and out on you right but I've seen some friends of mine like in small churches in Ohio. They've got great camera angles I. Don't know what they're using. I gotta find out what you're doing. Yeah! Doing good stuff, you'll get really crazy with the technology, but we're finding that there are a lot of people now. That are doing this a have never done it before. We've got people that are watching or engaging. That might not have showed up on a Sunday, but they are now so and they can do it anytime they want. We're not where. We would love to be live streaming. Because then you can get on in real time. Reactions like you guys can get here, right. We're not to that point yet, but even without that is kind of neat because we'll get feedback from folks, and they let us know what they of things and but yeah working. We've literally. The Rich Lau family who he's a local here. Who has wife got transferred over their business to Switzerland. Well, he joins in on Bible Studies and comes in and meets with. The Service Services Switzerland so we know that we have an international audience. So Union thing about maybe just it up on facebook. Live and Youtube live in and doing it like that or that would be the next step. Yeah, and the church I'm going to. Do It is, it is on live, so the world right now is probably crazy is crazy as it's been in a long time, and do you Do you find that? More people are coming to the church or paying less attention to the church, or is it the same L. Well? It's hard to gauge. Because we're not having one on one interaction, and we're not seeing people in person so that back after September eleventh happened. churches filled up. Yeah, and then after the intense reaction to September, eleventh churches went back down again. My guess is if this happen something like that. We would have had huge surge of people coming to church. And then once the initial disaster, and the grief, and the anger and everything had subsided than you would have seen a decline in this, I. Do think it's interesting that. Church buildings like Saint John's in Washington DC. Have drawn attention back to the church. And supplies aways some negative ways you know when a when a church is used as a prop at the negative way when a churches is actually doing ministry and they, they were taking care of the protesters and giving them water and food and other stuff The world paid attention to the juxtaposition of those two things and The Episcopal bishop she meant snow words about how she felt about being used and even here. Nobody would come to my church, and use my church for anything unless I gave permission, or or they asked I, and if it's a reasonable Would? Give them permission and stuff and I'm sure that if the president asked, can I come to your? Just, they might have said. Yeah, but please don't disperse people with tear gas and other things. Get cleared out so But it is it's a? It's a very strange time because. We've been dealing with covert. And when we first shutdown, we shut down somewhere around March fifteenth. Something like that for in-person worship. We were all thinking. This is a two week to a month long thing. Will Flatten the curve and then we get back to business as usual. Twelve, we're now. What three and a half months three months into this. Whatever it is. so how how being that your virtual and you're not able to. You know pass to play a lot of our people. They, they would send in their offering anyway, and what's happened is they're either making direct deposit There's e- giving. There's a variety of ways people being, but they've been very faithful and we're very thankful. We, did a apply apply for the PL and were given some of that to help pay salaries for two and a half months and that that comes at a very good time for us, because our our giving usually decline significantly. This time of year anyway was off even more because of what happened or What's really bizarre is the people. Had gave more than they did this. We check compared to last year at this time. Given was up. And, I think part of it is. We have had feedback they re they. We've had some folks tells thank you for not worshipping impersonal putting people in danger. Okay, there was one or two churches that didn't stop having impersonal worship, right and they. The folks said well. Thank you for not doing what they've done. Because we know that a lot of your people can be at high risk so. They may have given more. I know that one person. My Office manager said we got a check from somebody that said they saw online, and they aren't here at the beach and there. They've never been in our church building. That's the great thing about being out there. You never know when you're out there. On the online stuff I kind of feel like a televangelist, but I don't want to be in that same, can because. That's not what we're, but you know with with the Co Cova going on and all the other stuff. That's going on right now. People are apart. Have you been getting more requests for individual kind of meeting with you or our people dealing with I? Think people are dealing within their own family units, and within their own circles like I know a lot of the people that are still here live in condos and stuff, so they're kind of getting their personal interactions with the other people in the condo's others are doing like our family. We do a lot of face time. we even had zoom meeting new granddaughter that we will not get to meet until it's safe to do it. Swear to zoom meeting for all anybody in the family that wanted to join in to meet Millie out in lead South Dakota. So what we did do at first was set up a team of volunteers..

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"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

05:04 min | 6 months ago

"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Hopefully here within either ah this week from. The word out so we can get some help which I appreciate. You guys have me on to do so. Amount say hey, what are you doing in front of my yard? There they've had they've had the. Big tough guys come out and you can't do this weekend. Really RUFFEA the Kassir. Call. The cops are called and this isn't. I heard from the guy, but I guess the cops were called about it and they're like. Yeah, they're allowed to be there. They know because I called him and let him knew we were going to do it and. What the COP said to the people. If we weren't on duty, we'd be out there with them. you know because locals and people who care about this? They're not going to be buying these things. I don't know where he saying he's selling fifty at a time. Permit that'd be interesting. A lot of pressure from the audience Monica says she so grateful to have Ranger Bob. Monica's that is the mother Oh Monica. We need to have you on the show the ferry. On? We're coming on. Did you tell him? Thank you for sharing that with local friends. So what's the next step with I? Know wrecks in. The Councilwoman Hossa Frost has been in touch with you. And of course bill visas into that kind of stuff so not that any of the council members aren't. What are they planning to do? So what's happening now? Is the city lawyer? The counselor lawyer is looking into the exact. Research for him. They asked me to look up other cities and other things that have for. Ordinance against it. So what I'm trying to do is set up if it's not already in place, which the lawyer says that it's illegal to do, but if it's not already in place, I want to get motion in order to have an ordinance for no reptile sales. Helping at all no snakes, and what else is being sold right now? I'm not sure, but I like to cover all the bases unless your pet store. You mean that stories are fine because they do it through the right venues and you go to a pet store to buy a pet. You don't go to a T. shirt store to buy a pet to carry around your pocket. which is what they're suggesting yeah. How cool would be if all of this work that you've done turns into an ordinance. That would be a dream. Come true. Would you leave the island like go? Try and work in a bigger market or something because you know, there's things here being closer waterkeeper ranger, being part of the pod protectors, and just loving this environment and seeing in only the few years that I've been here seeing. How is kind of going down environmentally? This is a good front three units going down environmentally. What do you mean the water, the water quality and the fish fish? Populations and things like that now I know you also do Dolphin Tours, and you have a lot of videos up your very entertaining and your video. My dream is to have a children's show like on PBS or somewhere between mister, Rogers Bill. but I love having kids on with me because I do a completely unscripted. Mom holds the phone. And then I added it and I try to keep it as as Roz. Possible because that's what I WANNA get over is that these kids are so intimacy and their simple in my videos kind of show that started a podcast yet. I mean I have. All my videos are done on my cell phone. I don't have the. Visual thing I'd love to do stuff like this. You want me on more often. We go over the summer, so you might In. Need of a Co host soon so I'll hope out albers, sure all right. Now. I mean. What do you have a full This might be insulting question, but do you have a full-time job, too? I mean how you doing all these. Jobs for local resort. Yeah, he works, we can say. All right, but I'm not representing them in any way. We love to pay show. We always talk positively. The master naturalist. Did you get that here? That ignition here at that St go through the through the through the classes and everything up. All right, so we need to get Monica on. Monica where you have to come down in your Kayak though and we'll just interviewing a kayak. Across the way all right well, love anything that Oh you didn't even tell people where to watch your video, so my instagram and youtube are both the same. It's Instagram's one Word Ranger ROB FNB and Youtube is Ranger FM FM. F. Stands for Fort Myers Beach. Well, thank you so much for coming on Robert. We appreciate your time and. Back and let us know. Let us know the next protest is so. Hang out the number in the phone. Ninja Turtle Alright Right Robert. How will everybody make sure you check him out on his youtube page and facebook page? Not Fake Book is facebook. Facebook page and I'm going to tell everybody about Fort Myers tiki chores. No facebook okay, sorry used to been instagram. I should know everybody Yungas on instagram and Fort Myers. tiki tours is open for business, and they are reading the ADS now. So what happens when I? Read the ads you go, get the next guest. We've only been doing this for two years now. Private boats for up to four people for only one nineteen, ninety nine for up to six people one,.

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"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

07:58 min | 6 months ago

"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"There's an organization also called Dolphin smart and Dolphin Smart. You can go on and learn what the dolphins smart people say is stay a hundred yards away on your own and what? I have found doing eco-tours being on the KAYAKS. If you show the dolphins respect and you're not going to chase them nine times out of ten. They're gonNA. Come up! Up to you, 'cause they're curious. Intelligent animals and the reason. The ferry pod mother Monica Gates so many good pictures is because she goes out there, and she sits for hours waiting for them to come up to her, and once they get up to her, they'll jump. They'll play. They'll come right up and look at her. The they introduce the babies in the area to her when they're born. What's the revenue stream for her for the fairy godmother? How do you make money so? POD MOTHER DOT COM and she sells some of her photography as Children's book out for me right my book. Book Book on hurdles, no out. Manatee experience I I used to be managed to keep her so experienced, yes. It's a longer story. Well. Try and connect it now, so children's book it is going to be. RELEASED, Amenity! You catch it so I was part of Manatee Rehab. Okay and the manatees would be would be rescued, and then we'd work with them and get them ready to go back in the wild this little manatee. Then we released her. She did great I was doing another manatee release, and the same that released about three years prior was still out there in the wild, came up to me, remembered me and had a baby. That's not. Her Hug. You. So they memorized by. They memorize sounds mainly. Hopefully, not smell smells. It's not that but they go by. They go by sound and they have an extremely good memory. One of their close relatives, elephants and they are famous for their memories elephants. teaser ERC leaves. Yep, ones on land in the war. Let. Can You let him answer? The question is not at all. He's the ranger. You're not, but I'm telling you. What did you say? How were they related? So they had a common ancestor that used to live on the land dinosaur. Now those are those are more birds, okay, bird, so but the manatees and the and the elephants had a common ancestor, and if you look at manatee skeleton, they still have vestigial hipbones. They still have fingers in their flippers. Dolphins and whales do as well because they used to be on land also wondered about the visual hipbones i. was you know that kind of? was. A long conversation before we got. Yeah so so, are you like a qualified ranger? You went to range your school. You did all the training, the seal training, and all that and you became a ranger so. I had it seal training? Yeah, she got I wish. We still had seals around here. That would be cool so I. Experienced a lot of schooling and I've I've done a lot just with zoos with over in different areas, just trying to get the word Abba my passion is connecting wildlife with children mainly. Can Get to adults. That's awesome. Because the but adults are usually set in their ways, but if you can get to their kids, then the kids can sway the adults. I don't think you. There's a much of a challenge to get. Kids connected with That kind of wildlife connected no keeping them connected time, yeah! A big edge nine, and that's the education point right now is getting getting them. Really, long, no, no I want to get back to the turtles where I saw you was when you went to the council meeting, and there's a full places to one place at selling those right here. The TIKI hut. You've videos and stuff so what? What happened there with with first of all explain? This isn't the kind of turtle that you find out on the me. No, so these are. They are advertising them as yellow bellied sliders, yellow bellied sliders are in northern Florida and the central us and southern century us, but they are not native to southwest Florida. We also have red eared sliders that are being sold. That are being sold as yellow bellied sliders, and they're in the same family group essentially, but both of them are invasive species to southwest Florida that means they're not from here and they take things from the native species. So. What's happening in these stories is these stores are not usually a shop from by locals? Locals when you went to buy a pet, where do you go? PETCO pet stores. When you go to a pet store for they have all kinds of licensing, and they have all the things to set you up with forever pet, if you were to buy one of these types of turtles or a aquatic water turtle at a pet store. They would set you up with probably about a forty gallon tank, huge filter, and all kinds of things. These guys are selling them with a little. You don't have to buy this by the way a little like hand size container. And they are saying that the turtle will only grow to the size of the container, which is not true, and it's not true for fish, either you ever hear that old lifestyle that they only grow the size of the container. Not True, they get stunted growth, especially the turtles, because they're not getting the right lighting, the right food and the right nutrients, and if they're in a smaller area, they're not gonna get those things especially in these little plastic containers with the little plastic. Palm tree now. Is that not regulated by the Florida? So it is so Florida Fish and wildlife? They do have a lottery about selling invasive and non native species, and there's all kinds of permits. You have to get When I don't want to throw up WC under the bus or anything because they are awesome, they've done so much good in I. Stand by behind them one hundred percent. I did contact officer in, and they had said that they went in an Aston. They produced permit saying that they could show or sell these turtles. The store could sell these turtles. And I still like even though it might be legal, I still thought in my head. That doesn't make it right or moral, so I kept pushing for and I started doing protest and get people out here to be aware of it, and then cove it hit, and as soon as covert hit it Kinda stopped because nobody wanted to go out, so I went to townhall them when. You should just loot the place I. Mean it's legal now dilute. Protesting doesn't learn just lewd or then. I got fifty some of these turtles now. And so you went to the town council and you try to were. They surprised like they know what is going. On I spoke with the vice mayor and she was like this is incredible. We have to get this out there. And the mayor himself said I didn't know this was going on so and he was very interested. He's made more questions than than I would have expected just in that kind of format, so I was very impressed that they were curious and wanted to know the town lawyer looked into it and I was contacted again saying they're doing this illegally. So! I don't know one kind of permit. They produced a show. Have WC, but I just feel like it needs more, but my main purpose is. If. Locals aren't shopping here. Which I highly doubt they are. The tourists need to know. These are not turtles that can be released. I found these turtles dead on the beaches I've found them dead in the Back Bay, and people are probably buying them thinking Oh. This is a sea turtle just out of ignorance, you know. This is probably turtle. Let's release them back in the wild well, there are freshwater turtles, so they'll die here if you take them to a freshwater environment, they're an invasive species and they're not supposed to be here. other thing is is these people are flying down and driving. These turtles are not going to go on a plane. You know they don't well. I don't think you're allowed. You're allowed to take. Ryan Heard A. You haven't. Need a little story I. Do want to see that, but right. So what's The I? mean if it's illegal than? I can't call nine one one anymore, because nobody will show all my guests I mean. I know it's. All going who who would go in there and say hey, wait a second. You can't sell turtles potentially. WC Florida Fisher wildlife would go and probably I'm guessing here complete guys. They've probably confiscate the turtles and get them either in into some type of distributor where they are legal to sell, or they would go back to the breeder..

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"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

07:10 min | 6 months ago

"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"To try to repair. The released to troubled waters. Yeah, we did. We did that movie in two thousand and nineteen, it was basically about the blooms of red tide and blue-green algae. We saw in two thousand, eighteen public health were really worried about people's public health, so the movie focuses a lot on Elf and we put the movie out in two thousand nineteen that we recently put it online and this summer. We're doing a follow up movie. We're going to do another movie. A big consequential documentary more general about water quality of health, so we're GONNA get into issues like fecal indicator bacteria, which is playing plaguing our waterways. You know there's a lot of not so much. The SALT WATER Weird when when the indicator bacteria to above seventy milligrams of. On the beaches. The Florida Department of Health closes the beach, but they say nothing about our fresh water ways where people can swim in vision, whatever and we have a wreck. We have ratings of over a thousand consistently in some who are fresh waterways. There's no science. So. We need to get the word out for the Canoe Moore's Kayakers, fishers and people swimming those rivers is just not. It's not a good thing, so we're going to work on that. We're going do a movie event. The General Nexus of Public Health and water quality. We're GONNA get into a flesh. Eating bacteria, which is also a nasty. Nasty Element. And get back to some of the follow up on. A JV is because we learn something year. We're GONNA. Make another movie this summer. Okay see before we let you go you. You mentioned something about. Before. We let you go. You mentioned something about voting in November. Who Should we vote for? That's pro water. Well, you know what since we're a nonprofit. We can't endorse candidates. We can't recommend you. Vote for candidates, but we can send you to sites that have a voting slate, so there's. There's a we're five a one C. three which means we came, we got remain, not artisan, and we got our at the very careful about endorsing candidates, especially as the election approaches, but there are three I won't see fours in Florida at that create a ballots where they actually score each candidate, so wanna Sierra. Club at one is illegal. Conservation voters and one is vote. Vote Vote Sugar. The new organization put together by Bull Sugar and not vulture vote bolt water. The new organization would together by bull sugar, so they are creating complete a- ballot Kinda recommendations, and you could go point by point and see what they feel about this this issue in that issue, so I would direct your listeners to one of those three sites more. Or your club or League of Conservation voters and they should get the information. They need to vote so if I say somebody's name. Can you shake your head instead of say? Yes or no or Out of the question. By the way we have one of your friends coming up right after you Robert. House, coming on Oh great, great own Robbie Robertson. He's fantastic. Yeah, all right. Happy Birthday and we appreciate you always coming on. You've been on the show down here and we appreciate everything you're doing. Well. Thank you so much and I applaud your platform for the word out to your listeners and keeping them entertained. It's a great show. Thanks, a lot Casey, havoc. You will stay show Burg everybody from the Qaluza water keepers twenty-five years needed. He looked so young. For Twenty five years, but he's only been with them for two years. Oh, I didn't know that. Okay, and he came on, he hit. Mice not on good say that again, so they've been going for twenty five years, but he has just been the director there for two years. He was July two thousand eighteen stuck in a corner here. Don't. Look baby and the coroner alrighty everybody, so we're back now with our in studio guest live in our economy zone on Fort Myers beach at Peach Timeout. It's Robert Howell. Robbery you're going to get that microphone Nice enclosed, and the reason that Robert is on is because I saw Robert at a town council meeting, he came to the town council meeting and was. Bringing up a topic that I think a lot of people even knew about that. There are some stores on the beach that are selling turtles, yes, and Apparently, that's not legal, but they're saying it's legal as seems to be some confusion as to whether it's legal or not first of all Robert, tell everybody who you are, and what you do, and why you wearing that hat all right so I everybody. Some of you guys know me on the island as Arranger Rob I'm a local naturalist I also work with the clue. waterkeeper clues, waterkeeper ranger I work on the with a lot of different organizations or very pod, mother and pod protectors, all kinds of different places, just trying to be a voice for the animals and the wildlife around here. Don't go so fast now. You said very pod Mulberry pod, mother. How is that? She kayaks pretty much back bay. She patrols the waters. Making sure people are obeying the speed limits. I'm out there with her alive, but she's out there every single day out there. Making sure people are protecting the pods, so we're the pod protectors and. The ferry pod mother is out here. Making sure people aren't getting dolphins cotton away because that's illegal, even though they like to jump in the wake, sometimes it can be dangerous for babies, so we we We push on that a lot on slowing people down. We're in our little KAYAKS, but we'll get right in front of those big yachts and stop them something. Like that she has amazing progress that show that was on cable with the The whalers. I know what you mean. Oh! Remember what it is! We're those little votes were trying. To Tailor, what was the that? Remember them now, so the ferry pod mother is in a Kayak. It's used now. What is the actual speed? Limit out there so it? Wakes, so yeah, okay, so no wake means no Whitewater in front of the boat, and every boat displaces different water differently, yes. That! Was it right next? We'll see. Yeah there you go, but if you're going so fast, the dolphins if they are older and they've learned, they'll get in the wake of jump to get a little bursts of speed, but if they do it on their own, that's different than about speeding over top of them. Because then they can get sucked into the industry. To go and back here as a nursery area. We have babies. We just had a baby born right all. Right by route. I run on the beach on Saturdays and I've gone out on my paddle board and I have not seen until today and I. Think it was that you were coming on the show. There was some out there. You know kind of meandering around and there was one guy on a paddleboard. He wasn't anywhere near Goma. Yes, but what should people do? You know what's the safe thing to do when you when you see and people are curious they wear for what should they do so?.

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"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

05:33 min | 6 months ago

"robert howard" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Pete's timeout and we're completely barricaded in, so nobody's nobody's allowed out and we have a great show lined up for you today, but before we get to that while you were sleeping last night, a little bit of news took place on Fort Myers. Myers beach that we really need to share you about. Courtesy of drew hill at Wync. News and Edward Duty got into a little trouble night. Yes, Mr Duty was hanging out at a local establishment and he he called nine one one to get the police to come and help him out because he told the once a twenty two. Can I tell the? And he called nine one one because he claimed that a lady had stolen his two hundred dollars in cash, and so he called nine, one one, and the sheriff's deputies showed up, and not turned out was he had thrown the two hundred dollars in cash Mr duty did at the woman, so he called nine, one one and the police officer came the sheriff's deputy came, and he said he's GonNa do it again. So he called nine one one again. I don't know what their second reason for. Was But he called the operator and the first deputy said if you do that, I'm going to arrest you for misuse of nine one one, so he did it yet, and he got arrested Mr. Duty is now in jail although somewhere. He is, said he that's right. He's like hey. I am in jail, but I'm one happy camper born. He wakes up for his instagram I'm sure when he wakes up this morning. He's going to say where am I. And why am I in prison? the first thing the story says Mister. DOODY was quite intoxicated. Well, go figure that it doesn't really matter where he was. But you know where these kinds of things probably happen, so poor Mr duty is out two hundred dollars, and probably a little more than that. Let's see figures out what he's. He's done, and that took place while you were sleeping last night, so welcome to the autonomous zone on Fort Myers beach. We're broadcasting light. My big question is when you are in an autonomous zone and you call nine one one because something's happening. What happens I? Don't think they're gonNA. Come. There's no police there. That's right. It's a police free zone so That's crazy stuff going on out there. Police themselves. We have lots of stuff to talk about throughout the morning. Lots of stuff to talk about, but before we do that, we're going to break. The. F.. Here. Whether. It's Turkey, are you? Good Morning. Can you hear me? We hold on I? Need to switch one thing again. I'm a pro. Hello Good Morning. How are you? Can you hear me? I can't hear them and you hear. Now. Though no Ralph. L. A.. Testing yet we got week. The reason. We have everyone real. Quick at the beginning is you're celebrating twenty five years of the Lusa water cheaper. And that's pretty cool. Yeah, thank you, It's a pleasure to be with you this morning. It is kind of a momentous day. The organization was formed in Nineteen Ninety five at the time. It was called Caluzu Hattie River. Citizens Association and it was formed by some early grassroots, working men and women who are already back then worried about the river, and tried to have stepped up to adopt to this body of water, and not just the river, but the estuary spread out to where you guys are, so that's kind of the history and I got to do a shout out to some of those people were still around John Fees. Mardian, Wayne Daltry Mary role and Rayon Wessel. Who's WHO's just left? Santa Belt. You Book. Conservation Foundation was one of our early presidents and directors. So they they laid the groundwork along with some people who are no longer with us and get the the organization. Went on for now twenty five years accomplishing some amazing things. But we still have our hands full we. We have not this problem. We were busy. We're feel like we're. We're like the little. Check I with the night. We have? A whole lot up in a water issues in our area. As you know, this is a big deal down your water, water issues and I hope you'll vote water in November All of your kind. Listeners will really be great for the F. Up and vote for those who are in favor of correcting these problems. We got increasingly waters. We got extreme precipitation events due to climate change. We've got aging infrastructure and sewage plants that are strapped by. Exploding ovulation. We got nutrient loading, so we're seeing issues. You know we're seeing issues whether threads, tide's out of bacteria. By the way there's a huge bloom of bacteria on Lake Okeechobee right now. We're GONNA try to get up in a plane and see that we've seen the NASA satellite photos. We WanNa see it firsthand. so were worried about that. We're hoping we're not going to have a repeat of two thousand eighteen, but there's a enormous bloom forming on Lake Okeechobee right now, so that's what we're doing. We're out. There didn't doubles triples trying to keep the the you know the nutrients in check and trying to inform people. In Educate People here, we are twenty five years later. Which?.

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Byte The Elder Sign Podcast

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

04:00 min | 7 months ago

Byte The Elder Sign Podcast

"Glenn Written Brandon Buddha host. The elder signed podcast. Who came up with the idea of doing this type of podcast? Well that's a fantastic question. And I. I think that answer might change depending on on on the setting but I think like like so many good ideas this one was was born in a bar and I think we dared to to do it and and no one blinked and so so the show is show is now happening and I urge everybody to listen to the first introductory episodes really explains what you guys. You're going to be covering and you talk about the new weird Gr- you guys talk about it at length and have a great definition and I just hope people listened to that but what I really found interesting was talking about the twenties and thirties and HP lovecraft and so many great authors Robert Howard got their start writing for essentially what was called. I guess the old pulp magazines talk about that. That was probably the beginnings of of horror and science fiction. Maybe starting to get a foothold. The little bit yeah. A lot of these guys were just writing for money. They wrote a draft and mailed it out and hope to cop published then could buy can a can of meat in love grass case or whenever they needed to live on they were writing to live and they invented a lot of tropes that we now associate with weird fiction and horror and science fiction and it was all kind of one thing. It was just coming out of these magazines. That were that. Were just on racks. That people bought read on the train and so many of these writers. Just that's what they had. That's what they did. Lovecraft is notorious for kind of living a poppers life and mailing out these stories one after the other just writing prolifically and it was a kind of lifestyle and it was the big form of entertainment for a lot of people in the in the nineteen twenties and Nineteen Thirties. He I mean what lovecraft did you know really inspired so many authors after them and even screenwriters and directors frankly they they just took up the mantle that he started came up with so much interesting stuff and developed his own mythology to that we all know in love so yeah he was he was great. I gotta ask you guys about the The selection of the different stories that you cover and we'll go into some details but you have you know stories from Robert Block where it is or the moon remorse of course lovecraft and even a know Howard of course and and even some Some more recent writers as well talk about the selection process. Because there's a lot to choose from. Yeah we're really intent on covering the whole gamut of of Weird Fiction really broadly conceived of really from the beginning of modern literature modern publishing around the eighteen hundred or so up until today and one of our real interests is in charting the way that a different people in different societies and different ages and also around the globe have responded to the the tensions and even the the traumas of their historical contexts by writing weird fiction or horror fiction or science fiction to to be airing out the things about their own world their rapidly changing world many cases that they find unsettling and to do this as kind of a real comparison that I think will will really shed a lot of light on the way that this fiction can actually be used to tell us things about their societies and by contrast in people from one hundred fifty years ago with people who are writing today and the interim period and all the way in between I think will really shed some light on that.

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"robert howard" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"robert howard" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Like if you look at his drawing of it, which is pretty silly the goal thing. Yeah. I think it was. From Arabian nights or his interest. Got started from reading stuff. And then of course, you know, all the Archer Mackin the little people myths that they're these subterranean monstrous dwellers the worms of the earth from Robert Howard. I think the goals are partly that too. Ref like that idea that there's secret civilizations. All around us. There's there's which colts still are in existence. There's, cultivate, other deities, and then you have these goals that are not just mindless cannibals, but have their own underground there an inversion of humans. They have an underground civilization. They have they worship they have all this stuff as well. They read books. And they are regressed or or devolved they once were human, and they become the this other things too. Yeah. Yeah. That's in the dream quest. That's where the goals are kind of good guys because they helped them he it's like an army ghouls. And yeah, yeah. That they bring in to fight the moon beasts. So as times as we read those stories. Yeah. That one is a specially insane. Oh, yeah. I wanna hit the the serpent men because I think the sermon is one of the I guess besides the Migo servants, the only one that's really turned out to have a cryptic form. 'cause there's a there lizard men spotted around. Of course, there's also a cultural stories about lizard, people reptile people living under the earth as well. And I the the David Eick sort of hidden reptile sort of monster. Although I think that's something else going on. If you lizard people pop up a lot, I always like a snake, man. The curse of year has a very folklorist feel to it as. Yeah. It's like, hey, there's a snake person? I mean, I don't remember what the exact plot was. But it's basically a snake person in a cage that you can go look at right that person that's part and then cooled back story on why? It's in the. Yeah. But that's that's the only real snake man thing that lovecraft does he kind of stays away. It was more Howard used them a lot of stuff. Yeah. And I think. Cliquish and Smith is. Well, there's a story with some snake dudes in their Howard goals are very I mean that has goals, but we're that kind of fits in. It's the same type of thing. They're very serpentine. Right. That's a really interesting concept. I think when you hear people talk about behavior. Because I think the monsters in general from the birth of humankind have been I mean, maybe they are little metaphors for us and fears. We have about ourselves, and when we act we don't understand and a lot of unconscious desires that we have that we act on. And then wonder why did I do that people say, well that was your lizard brain? You know, the the smallest part of your brain that kind of acts on instinct, and so, you know, you'll justify behavior whether it's sexual or addictions or anything like that to yourself because your lizard brain is kind of commanding to do it. So I think that you know, snake snakeman is a metaphor might represent that a little bit. You know, trees central monster that we're not as mammalian involves person. But there is still a part of that's cold blooded and runs only on instinct Edward Bullard lighten wrote of story or banal called the coming race. And it's about a guy who goes on a mining ex. Dish in through things. Go weird. And he ends up getting trapped in a bland with these people who have all kinds of superpowers, but they are they should of humanoids who've come from reptiles. They're they're nine reptile ish. But that's there's that's why they're so different from us. Right. Yeah. And they look cumin. But but the thing is they use this energy called real energy. And the the story self was pretty successful as a novel, but it got picked up by a Helena boulevard ski who did the ossified. And so that the office took this idea, and they believe the there really was real energy..

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"robert howard" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"robert howard" Discussed on WTVN

"Buying experience this job from abc news i'm daria aldinger another round of talks between the us north korean officials could be held next week now that secretary of state mike pompeo has wrapped up two days of discussions in pyongyang how that round win depends on whom you ask secretary of state mike pompeo capped off two days of meetings with senior north korean officials saying progress was made a great deal of progress other place there's still more work to be done but as soon as arrived in tokyo north korean official released a statement calling the talks regrettable the unnamed officials suggesting talks had broken down accused pompeii of unilaterally pressuring north korea to abandon its new abc's tara palmeri traveling with the secretary a legal battle may be brewing over the russia investigation the new york times says mr trump's lawyer rudy giuliani says the special counsel robert muller must approve that the president committed a crime before he'd agree to talk or be interviewed as part of the pro abc news has learned that authorities in thailand may try as soon as tonight to evacuate twelve boys and their soccer coach trapped in a flooded cave and they may try something known as a buddy the water the buoyancy gives a swim by guy who's experienced diver with hands on help navigate him keep him float and make sure he makes it safely outside of the cave they'll be hands on the whole way abc news contributor admiral robert howard retired navy seal california governor jerry brown's declared a state of emergency for santa barbara county is fires continue to burn there and in san.

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"robert howard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"robert howard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"From abc news i'm daria aldinger another round of talks between the us and north korean officials could be held next week now that secretary of state mike pompeo has wrapped up two days of discussions in pyongyang help that roundwin depends on whom you ask secretary of state mike pompeo capped off two days of meetings with senior north korean officials saying progress was made a great deal of progress other place there's still more work to be done but as soon as pompeii arrived in tokyo north korean official release a statement calling the talks regrettable the unnamed officials suggesting talks had broken down accused pompeo of unilaterally pressuring north korea to abandon its new abc's tara palmeri traveling with the secretary a legal battle may be brewing over the russia investigation the new york times says mr trump's lawyer rudy giuliani says the special counsel robert muller must approve that the president committed a crime before he agreed to talk or be interviewed as part of the pro abc news has learned that thirties in thailand may try soon as tonight too evacuate twelve boys and their soccer coach trapped in a flooded cave and they may try something known as a buddy dive in the water the buoyancy gives us swim buddy a guy who's experienced diver with hands on help navigate and keep him float and make sure he makes it safely outside of the cave so they'll be hands on the whole way abc news contributor admiral robert howard retired navy seal california governor jerry brown's declared a state of emergency for santa barbara county is what fires continue to burn there and in san.

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"robert howard" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"robert howard" Discussed on 710 WOR

"But the timing and how that actually will play out is still to be determined now we might find out that these meetings between the us and north korean officials over the past couple of weeks at dmz monday here in singapore perhaps they have moved the ball further down the field but they're not giving any hints of that secretary of state mike pompeo briefed reporters here in singapore yesterday really peppered with questions about where things stand air president trump and kim jong hoon going to walk into that room and have something on the table in front of them he wouldn't say but we do know that those officials have been working towards some type of joint statement about the way forward that the president and kim jong could sign could release after these meetings wrap up but the question about success is a very tricky one the definition i think in some ways is shifted for the last couple of weeks with president trump i it was the big bold declaration of we want north korea to give up its new clear weapons and then erin you've seen him hedge obit to say that this is really the start of a process his even suggesting they might have to have more meetings that kim jong hoon and he will have to sit down and continued these talks and continue negotiations so perhaps successes agreeing to that next meeting maybe they come up with a plan to go forward and continue conversations maybe karen travers with us live from singapore where kim jong un and president trump have been behind closed doors for nearly a half hour now their initial encounter one on one with only interpreters is expected to last a few more minutes and then we are expected to perhaps see them again before they retire with aides and advisers we've seen images provided by the white house of secretary of state pompeo ambassador john bolton the chief of staff john kelly with the north korean delegation watching from a different room and so we will keep you up to date on how this meeting progresses we're joined now by abc news military analyst admiral robert howard who's with us admiral it's it's great to talk to you sir because you were on the staff of the national security council in the bush white house.

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"robert howard" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"robert howard" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Earth that's the attitude that's the personality of robert howard bob holly whoever the hell you wanna say you know who he is so the idea was is that he's gonna stand up this giant he saw himself as big if not bigger than the big show just another story line you know getting little more personality giant killer any becomes a super heavyweight or at least that's what hayes proclaiming himself to be and he's jal jacket and talking to craft with them and he says he's getting paid well and people are respecting him and his work and he feels like he's going somewhere so they finally let him start cutting promos and he didn't feel like he really ever had an opportunity to do that before he developed a cocky no bullshit don't back down characters he would describe it would you think of holly finally getting chance to cut a promo well join it because bob cut promos in the back all the time anyway so it was an extension of what he was already doing we just put it on the air then so it was nice to see that personality be able to come out of bob holly in some national exposure you know i know it fits in the story here somewhere but he had a pretty famous promo where and it may have been with china i don't remember exactly but his cutting a promo and he's there's a woman reference in here somewhere but he said something on a life show about how he likes his women face down i asked up or something like that.

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"robert howard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"robert howard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Practical reality his fault it's just the practical reality of that is is when they place them in san antonio they're gone forever they're not coming back up to a third of the town's residents are now living elsewhere craig griffin runs a restaurant and rock or called charlotte plumbers he says it's a constant struggle the keeps that over first guys showed at a ninefoot store okay but i had flaws lost four of them and it was only the wmo plays live when those cooks and workers like a move away it shrinks the tax base rock ports mayor cj waxes it's all already eating into how he pays for police fire and waste collection if you have a place to put your workforce then you have availability of people to assist the businesses that are reopening and then can contribute towards the economic recovery of the community mayor wax knows his towns recovery depends on temporary housing so people can rebuild permanent homes county judge burt mills as he doesn't expect people to pay taxes on houses that aren't there anymore it my house was gone blown away this year and i gotta tax statement unsaved i'm not pay metag's however house what are you gonna do but he says it's not just property in sales taxes rockport the tourist town vacation rentals fishing trips weddings on the beach our economies and the toilet because our hotel motel taxes gone her venue tax is gone he was taking so long to get temporary housing options in the area the state brought in thirty prefab homes for fema to distribute to storm victims that led to a new kind of housing solution where fema owns the units but a texas agencies essentially the landlord this is the first of its kind for fame as robert howard of fema spokesperson he says it used to.

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"robert howard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"robert howard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Stories that more jason alexis in the morning don't forget to follow us on social media right now do it people lex and the city's on alexa mrs instagram right now you can see the crocheted rugs she made out of skin out of the old teaser yes dawn what's on your social media today would it would do you have all you have all of your stuff from over the weekend the alzheimer's walk right yes fund videos and then you could see what i just named abc fab today the froze a ruler the frozen rose a on the lexington rooftop you can see my videos there on instagram so follow us right now lex and the city's dawn at dark and just jason map madison my name altogether right there do it now people you want regretted you won't regret are okay so speaking of eu crocheting and being a hooker didn't look bad but like hooking chris let's what you call crocheting people yeah he's a hook you were as so you did that and you went to a fashion events i did he could along with you girl what's wrong with you you're a you're learning yourself oh i feel like howard stern with robert howard so mad at robin because i love it rex white favourite guide map it's my favorite piece of their dynamic howard kazys like me like he doesn't want to leave the house whenever they take a vacation like this shows off howard gets so pissed at robin comeback kind of six from die she comes back sick i told you not to do it goes all she's like an aruba she goes the ito how we're looking at you just read their home but anyway no well we're worried doing while it's fashion week right now and there's a lot of really fun events last night was a plussized pop up shot an a panel discussion with ark site village and cake plussized resale it was so much fun it was at surrey lease brewing which has just down the road here from station here yeah and it was outdoors so they had a big white tents and they had a really cool panel and they just talked about plus size shopping having a place to shop lotta times.

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