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Time captured in a capsule

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:56 min | Last month

Time captured in a capsule

"Welcome to catch Miss Mysteries I'm your host kid crumb today despite the fact that we have so many things going on with the corona virus, the economy just around the world kind of an upheaval I thought it would be interesting to look back at how people thought. This might look at long ago and will address time capsules according to the International Time Capsule Society Around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide a time capsule could be a box, a bottle, literally a metal capsule, as often as time capsules contain letters and newspaper. Clippings about significant events, they also may contain letters and pictures created by children. Often school will bury a time capsule students ideas about what the future will be like some time capsules are meant to be opened fifty years but most have notes on the outside of the container asking that adopt be opened until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United. States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making the oldest known time capsule in the United. States. Time capsules have been discovered, but most have been purposefully dug up and open to time capsules out of Japan contain remnants survivors many time capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they were buried in an area of Germany where German SS were trained time capsules beneath the floor refilled with Nazi Paraphernalia, including pictures of Hitler and two copies of his book Mein Kampf. Then there was a surprise time capsule discovered in plain sight at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in. The lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake, they discovered that it was possible time capsule from nineteen, thirty four but someone else have discovered earlier and left a note that stated simply thanks for the brandy note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle many schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea that in fifty years, most of the children are still in the area would appreciate the contents when the capsule was open fifty years later in the nineteen fifties, most children wrote about flying. And rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letters are about pollution becoming president demolition crews Albuquerque New Mexico, discovered a time capsule from Nineteen Sixty eight nearer former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV show but Greg Lee young men left a different kind of note, I'm dead. I. Go to Montgomery School that is the old school name I was born nineteen hundred you auto and I'm reading this directly. That's why it sounds kind of funny auto now no, I'm dead my favorite subject is spooking the police I play the guitar case you don't know what it is. It is supported with strings on him I am ten years old seal later savages. Greg Hat Morbid nature the most unusual time capsule. Now, certainly concerned a prophecy came true the capsule was a metal ammo box pulled from the foundation of a building all it was left of burned out logs ghost town of climax located in the southern Cascade Mountain range the child's printing dated nineteen forty eight described a town on British Columbia's North Coast that would boom in nineteen seventy nine with over a thousand residents but would become completely deserted by nineteen eighty two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern. As any community of that decade he ended with a comment that even after the town was completely deserted, it would still have electricity for thirty years underneath the date you printed his his name Philip Simon follow by grade three, Mrs Sims class for decades. The notes from the time capsule found climax collected dust in a police archive. The department hired a new officer who was given the assignment cleaning out the back room including the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule, he page through them until he came to fill. The officer had grown up in Khazal. And had vivid memories of his family moving out of the town in nineteen eighty search on the station's computer revealed that indeed Kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two yet retained power lines for thirty years when officers searched the Internet for the author Philip Simon was not to be found nor could he locate any school in the area that was around in nineteen forty eight with a teacher with the last name of Sims.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:40 min | 8 months ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on KGO 810

"From Samuel Adams I'll have one if you love wealth better than liberty the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom go home from us in peace we ask not your counsel or arms crouch down and lick the hands which feed you may your chains set lightly upon you and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen I love that quote so much handling girly fans I'm talking to you you want the government to feed you go away don't call yourself an American it's an embarrassment Sam Adams he was a he was a hard **** yes he was rude a hell of a fine Boston longer too meanwhile back to business Diane from Reno Nevada writes Hey Nevada is a caucus state guys we attended one last year sure was interesting got quite heated several times while wasn't real impressed we support trumps you can only imagine I can only imagine what it would be like a damn caucus a real **** up show I'm sure well it it certainly could be see our how about this listening in Sioux falls South Dakota I'm beyond excited to discover that the show is now available locally yes is that officially your hometown Hanson to false you want these are busy good for him is doing his job after years of stealing Cheerios from Jack's kids I can now let's add a reference to stealing from us by listening to podcasts I now is locally in live in contributor ratings thank you very much South Dakota is my home state claims six different states amount say well actually born in South Dakota Tracy for listening for about thirteen years now thanks Tracy fabulous good to hear from you and and and and certainly our our should our greetings to everybody in the Sioux falls South Dakota we brought you Tom Brokaw we brought you McGovern and we brought you the battle of the little bighorn no we did not know brought to you when you're there because the winning by get Indian things he gets here at your mount Rushmore yeah course you mount Rushmore come off because that's right yeah guys the Iowa caucus sounds amazing writes Tim do you guys think we could try that in the general election just once it's a great idea all right everybody in favor trump go toward Florida are we all everybody likes Bernie go toward New Hampshire just a whole country if you like yeah exactly the same in Texas right exactly like Bernie stand in California so there you are in Texas and you get that or if you get it maybe you're standing in the I don't know Oklahoma and realize all right Marco Rubio is not gonna win so you've got to go to Texas a restructured its joys you get more good day to drive there right exactly on what was I gonna say had something to say slipped out of my head there's going to be good to our let's see right straight Jack he only had one job smart can you you might want to put down Mr Biden not a good day for you Mike in Arkansas rights the Democrats had one job last night now is to not make it look like it was rigged against Bernie and they could not pull that off all right I have no idea if it was written or not but Vlad Putin is throwing his head back in laughter at what he can do with what happened last night our representative putting already has a statement out today saying so you're actually gonna blame your computers this time instead of a phony we actor elections story that's what he's out well why don't we know for certain that North Korea or the Chinese or the Russians or something didn't because those apps to malfunction we know that for every everybody has stated unequivocally that was not the case it was not a hack now what they would say of.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:42 min | 8 months ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"My all time favorites from Samuel Adams I'll have one if you love wealth better than liberty the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom go home from us in peace we ask not your counsel or arms crouch down and lick the hands which feed you may your chains set lightly upon you and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen I love that quote so much the fans I'm talking to you you want the government to feed you go away don't call yourself an American it's an embarrassment Sam Adams he was a he was a hard **** yes he was a hell of a fine Boston longer too meanwhile back to business I'm Diane from Reno Nevada writes Hey Nevada's a caucus state guys we attend one last year sure was interesting got quite heated several times while wasn't real impressed we support trumps you can only imagine I can only imagine what it would be like a damn **** is a real **** so show I'm sure well it it certainly could be see our how about this listening in Sioux falls South Dakota I'm beyond excited to discover that the show is now available locally yes is that officially your hometown Hanson to false just give me a thumbs up if you want these are busy good for him is doing his job after years of stealing Cheerios from Jack's kids I can now listed in reference to stealing from us by listening to podcasts I now is locally in live in contribute your ratings thank you very much South Dakota is my home state same six different states of I'll say well actually born in South Dakota Tracy for listening for about thirteen years now thanks Tracy fabulous could hear from you and and and and certainly our our should our greetings to everybody in the Sioux falls South Dakota we brought you Tom Brokaw we brought you McGovern and we brought you the battle of the little bighorn no we did not know brought to you when you're there because the winning Breguet Indian things he gets here at your mount Rushmore yeah course you mount Rushmore come off because that's right yeah guys the Iowa caucus sounds amazing writes Tim do you guys think we could try that in the general election just once it's a great idea all right everybody in favor trump go toward Florida are we all everybody likes Bernie go toward and just the whole country exactly the same in Texas right exactly like Bernie stand in California so there you are in Texas and you get that or if you get it maybe you're standing in the I don't know Oklahoma and realize all right Marco Rubio is not gonna win so I got to go to Texas a restructured its joys you give like a day to drive there right exactly on what was I gonna say had something to say slipped out of my head there's going to be good too on all its see straight Jack yeah I only had one job market you might want to put down Mr Biden not a good day for you Mike in Arkansas rights the Democrats had one job last night now is to not make it look like it was rigged against Bernie and they could not pull that off all right I have no idea if it was written or not but Vlad Putin is throwing his head back in laughter at what he can do with what happened last night isn't of putting already has a statement out today saying so you're actually gonna blame your computers this time instead of a phony we act your elections story that's what he's out well hi we know for certain that North Korea or the Chinese or the Russians or something didn't because those apps to malfunction we know that for every everybody has stated unequivocally that was not the case it was not a hack now what they would say of course yeah.

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Time in Bottle

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:43 min | 8 months ago

Time in Bottle

"Today on time capsules strange message. According according to the International Time Capsule Society there are around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide. A time capsule can be a box bottle bottle or literally a metal capsule as often as time capsules contain letters newspaper clippings about significant events. They also may contain a letter picture created by children. Often a school will bury a time. Capsule students ideas about what the future would look like sometime. Capsules are meant to to be opened in fifty years but most of notes on the outside of the container asking that it not be open until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United United States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making it the oldest known time capsule in the United. I didn't states time. Capsules have been discovered but most have been purposefully dug up an open to time. Capsules out of Japan contain remnants servers of Hiroshima many time. Capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they buried it in an area of Germany were German. SS were trained in time capsules beneath the floor was filled with Nazi paraphernalia including pictures of Hitler two copies of his book Mein comp then there was a surprise time capsule discovered Robert Implying side at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in the lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake they discovered that it was a time capsule not just a capsule and it was from nineteen thirty four but someone else had discovered it earlier left a note that stated stated simply thanks for the brandy the note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle nine schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea idea that in fifty years most of the children stolen the area would appreciate the context when the count capsule was opened fifty years later in the nineteen fifties most children children wrote about flying cars rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letter reserve about pollution and becoming President Demolition crews in Albuquerque New Mexico discovered a time capsule from nineteen sixty eight Nero former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV shows. But I'm Greg Lee. Young men left a different kind of note. I'm dead. He said I go to Montgomery School. This is the olden school name. I was born born. Nineteen hundred you auto unless spelled A. U. T. O.. Now no I'm debt. My favorite subject is spooking. The police I I played the guitar in case. You don't know what it is. It is aboard with strings on it. I am ten years old seal later savages now granted. Greg uncowed Morbid. The most unusual times capsule moat certainly but one concerned. A prophecy came true. The capsule was metal. Camel box pulled from the foundation of a building all that was left of the buried and burned out logging town of climax in southern Cascade Kate mountain range. The child's printing date was nineteen forty eight described town on British Columbia's North Coast would boom in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine with over a thousand residents but will be completely deserted by nineteen eighty-two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern as any any community of that decade. He ended with the comment that even the town. Though the town was completely deserted it would still have electricity for thirty years first underneath a date. He printed his name. Philip Simon followed by grade three Mrs Sims class for decades the notes from that time capsule I found a climax collected dust police archive the department. Hired do officer who is given the assignment of cleaning out the back room. And that included the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule page through them until he came to Phillips. The officer had grown up in Kissel BC and had vivid good memories of his family moving out of town in nineteen eighty search. On the station's computer reveal that indeed kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two and yet retain power lines for thirty years but when he searched the Internet for the author. Philip Simon none was found nor could he locate locate any school in the area around nine hundred and forty eight with a teacher. The last name of

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"samuel adams" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Titled the true story of the Boston tea party I call November evening activists gathered in a coastal. Town the corporation, had gone too far in the two thousand people jammed into the meeting hall were. Torn as to what to do about it unemployment was exploding and. The economic crisis was deepening corporate crime governmental corruption spawned by corporate. Cash an ethos of greed, were blamed why do we wait demanded one at the meeting, a fisherman named George Hughes the more we. Delay the more strength is acquired by, the company, and its puppets in. The government now is the, time to. Prove our courage he said soon, the, moment came when the crowd decided for direct action and, rushed into the, streets, this, is how, I tell the story of the Boston. Tea, party now that I've read a first person account of it came apart I addition of a, retrospective the Boston tea party with, a, memoir of, George RT, Hughes a survivor of. The. Little band of patriots The drought, the tea in Boston Harbor, in seventeen seventy three, yes that's the title of the book and I jumped at the chance to buy it because the ended identities in the. Boston tea party, participants were hidden other than Samuel Adams and all were sworn to secrecy for the. Next fifty years this volume published sixty one years later in the. Eighteen thirties was the only first person account of the event by. A participant that exists so, far as I can tell as I read I began to, understand the true causes of the American revolution I learned that the Boston tea party resembled in many ways the growing modern day protests against transnational corporations and the small town efforts to protect themselves from chain store retailers and. Factory farms Boston tea. Parties participants thought of themselves as protesters against the actions of the multinational East India company although school children are usually taught that the American revolution was a rebellion against, taxation without representation akin to modern day conservative taxpayer results revolts In fact what led to, the revolution was rage against a transnational corporation that by, the seventeen, sixty s dominated trade from China to India to the Caribbean and. Controlled, nearly all commerce to, and from North America with subsidies and special dispensations from the British crown us notes the author of the this the guy who was there. At the Boston tea, party rates East India company, received permission to transport t free of all duty from Great Britain to America enabling it to wipe out New England based t. wholesalers and, mom and pop stores and. Take over the business in all of America hence he told his biographer it was no longer the small vessels of private merchants who went to vend t. for their own account in the, ports of the, colonies but on the contrary ships of an enormous burden the transported immense quantities of. This commodity colonies had now arrived at the decisive moment when they must cast the die and determine their course a, pamphlet called the alarm Was circulated throughout the colonies and signed. By the enigmatic rustica Onishi made clear the feelings of colonial Americans about England's largest transnational corporation and, its behaviour around the world Their, conduct in, Asia for, some years past has given simple proof how. Little, they regard the laws of nations the rights liberties or lives of men have levied war excited rebellions dethroned lawful princes and sacrificed millions for the sake of prophets irreverent the revenues of mighty kingdoms of entered their coffin coffers, and he's not being sufficient to glut their avarice they have by the most unparalleled barbarities extortions, and monopolies stripped the miserable inhabitants of their property and reduced whole provinces the indigent and to indigence and ruin fifteen hundred thousand perished by famine in just one year not because the earth. United's fruits because this company and their servants, engulfed all the necessaries of life. And set them at so high rate that the poor could not purchase them after protesters at turn back the company's ships in Philadelphia New York Hughes writes in Boston the general voice declared that the time was coming to face The storm citizens of the colonies were preparing to throw off one of the corporations the for. Almost two hundred years had determined nearly every aspect of their, lives your, it's economic, and political power you're planning to destroy the. Goods, of the world's largest multinational corporation intimidate its employees and face down the guns of the government supported East. India company's influence had always been pervasive in the colony colonies indeed who was not the Puritans but East India company, that founded America Puritans traveled to America and ships owned by the East India company which had, already established the first colony in North America at Jamestown in the company owned Commonwealth of Virginia stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi Commonwealth was named after the virgin Queen Elizabeth the. First who had chartered the corporation Elizabeth trying, to make England a player in. The new global trade sparked by the European discovery of America The wealth that Spain began extracting from the new, world caught the attention of the European powers many European countries particularly Holland and, France, consortiums were put together to. Finance ships to sail the seas in fifteen eighty Queen Elizabeth became the largest shareholder in the golden hind ship owned by sir Francis Drake. Investment worked out well for Queen Elizabeth is no record of. Exactly, how much she made when, Drake paid or share of the Hines, dividends but it was undoubtedly vast since Drake himself and the other minor shareholders all received a five thousand percent return on their investment, plus because the Queen placed a maximum loss to the initial investors of their investment amount only it was a low risk investment, investors creditors for example it'd be left. Unpaid, if the venture failed this was.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"My gun from. Mass lows army Samuel Adams I. Love that guy's, name too by the way Great guy you know helping people out and if. You drive along third street certainly. The, tent city that's line there? Is looks like it's going to. Be growing because they're kicking people out from third and Plum to move there the question is the. Homeless problem. Now how do we address that and I. Also think it's interesting we treat people, much differently today. Than we did even five or. Ten years ago Relatives of the homeless situation we're not criminalizing it but we've got to find a place for them to go we'll get someone who's dealing. With us on the street as. A, matter of fact they're putting? Up there helping people move today. I believe and we'll talk to him and eleven of six story line number two I love this story first of all star game yesterday homerun? Derby I'll I'll start? Tonight, with vitamin company but Bryce Harper wins the derby at home in dramatic fashion like Todd Frazier. Didn't fifteen here the, other breaking news story sportswise is eleven bell the Steelers said. He's gonna sit the season Jimmy how much I slip. And Jimmy my producer how, much money is he, look at what's he, looking for, okay so the franchise tag is fourteen point five and he wants eighteen Million okay here's an he's deciding. Hey if I don't get. That I'm going to. Sit this season yeah likely Adam Schefter said. Likely, to sit the first. Half of the season alright so the other question would be? Who backs up Levy? On. Bell who's the other back somebody named James Connor pay the man Unless. They think James Connor? Is like. The. Second coming, of Jerome, Bettis, right maybe the Steelers know, that better than than anyone else. I, all I know is we face him twice right well if he sits. The. First eight games he's gonna miss five division games unfortunately the Bengals? Will have them in week sixteen what about your Browns Thursday There it is that's all. You need to, know story number one he's. Happy we'll get to this injustice second of course it's Donald J Trump v the world. Based on yesterday's, discussion and Finland Vladimir Putin and. A lot of people say this proves this proves collusion that Vladimir Putin helped. Get Donald, J Trump elected of course that is about as done. As an Alice this is again she's got the full story next seven hundred w w the president says he misspoke trying to, say a double, negative I'm Jack crumley seven. Hundred wwl, w dot com President Trump today made his first comments since returning from his trip to Europe. This, afternoon he said that he misspoke standing next to Ladimir Putin any now says. He fully supports the opinion of the US intelligence community that Russia did medal in the two thousand sixteen election but ABC, news? Chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl says the president was. Highly critical of long standing American allies at the, NATO? Summit, just last week well the president's explanation, for that is that he believes. It, is absolutely essential tavern good relationship with the. World's only other major? Nuclear Power but let me tell you the president's reluctance refusal, to take. Putin on directly over election meddling, or really anything else while he wasn't Helsinki has been roundly criticized by members, of congress congressional leaders and not just Democrats Republicans as. Well one democratic, congressman says the president's original. Comment makes sense in context with everything else that was said during that meeting with Putin. Immigrant children are, complaining about hunger cold and fear. In a voluminous court filing about conditions in US holding facilities advocates fanned out. Across the, south west interview more than two hundred immigrant parents and. Children recently the administration has yet to respond but government monitors previously said that immigration authorities are meeting their legal obligations in the, way they treat, immigrant youngsters and MGM resorts. International is, suing hundreds of Las Vegas shooting victims to avoid liability for the bullets that were fired from. Its, hotel room ABC's legal analyst Royal Oakes has more it sounds like the world's. Worst PR move casino suing shooting victims but there's Method to Mandalay base madness. Most of the damage claims are already in court this filing process to assure of the dispute will be handled in a coordinated federal court action as opposed to dealing with scores of state courts suits MGM is not seeking money from the victims remember. For news anytime on demand at seven. Hundred wwl w dot com I'm Jack crumley News Radio seven hundred, w w I heart radio online all your smartphone. Ipad and tablet seven, hundred, wwl w. dot com.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"Kaelin isn't making a prophet just yet her companies doing around two thousand dollars a month in sales she is also working on a new product that silica vegan cheese and it's going to come in three flavors barbecue sour cream and ranch and you can read more about pulp pantry on our facebook page just search how i built this on facebook and of course if you want to tell us your story go to build stat npr dot org we love hearing which you're up to and thanks for listening to the show this week if you want to find out more or listen to previous episodes you can go to how i built this dot npr dot org you can also write us it's h ib bt at npr dot org and if you wanna send us a tweet gets at however built this please also subscribed to the show if you get a chance he can do that through aval podcasts or however you get your podcasts our show is produced this week by casey herman with original music composed by rump teen arab louis thanks also to neiva grant senna's michigan poor claire breen and jeff rodgers are intern is lawrence roof i'm garros and you've been listening to how i built this from npr news your your your body of stretch armstrong in my name is bobby ghazi a k cool bob love if you love this podcast you're listening to check out our new show was girl was stretch and bobby to this is not your average interview reassure we're going to be tell us stories that tanaka near anywhere else final apple podcast the app you are one app or however you find your pockets bits what's good.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"And i ask them what are you doing with your juice salt so she fence and juice bars that agreed to give her their fruit and vegetable and that you've had a small commercial kitchen where she could turn that pulp into snow max next like granola have five different flavor so apple pie peanut butter and carrot red velvet deep red velvet was business is called whole pantry and it's still the small batch operation just a few hundred bags of snacks a week mainly selling in health food stores in la and online i mean it's just becomes an obsession you know and it's like it's pathetic unsafe to be you know seeing these bins of poll and being so happy just to see it process until telling a better products and then to be seen sold on the shelves i just think that the craziest thing so i love it yeah beckoned we i talked with kaitlan in the fall she was applying to its incubator program run by shabani yogurt she made the first cut and in a better week show find out whether she's in for real and if she is crucial travel to new york and then idaho to learn how shabani does business and maybe she'll get the answer to a question she still trying to figure out how do we get these products are usually premium price of vegetable infused on the healthy grain free snacks and make it actually really accessible for people through the use of neglected resources like jews poles so just that opportunity to be able to kind of work with a company that's in that same mindset is it would be amazing kaelin's business has also grown from just one person to five parttime volunteers including a pastry chef and a strategy expert from google all of a sudden all these people came into my life and were super passionate about it and excited and are just my go to people for everything from the strategy to food safety plans and makes me so excited because i'm like okay we're ready to go you know it's keeping me going right now.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"And the investment banks freaked out about it they told me you can't do it it will never work the all these reasons not to uh but i stood my ground i was insistent and i knew that the the investment banks gonna make money on this so they will let me do it if i refused to compromise so i refuse to compromise eventually they all came around and we got one hundred thirty some thousand people assent in the house we got sixty five million dollars that was the first time something like that had been done in other people have continued to do it followed up on it so so earlier you said that you want sam adams to be the largest and most respected of the quote unquote highend peers in the us do you think you achieve that um this may sound surprising but i still don't feel like were there university outta give you some perspective okay think our market share in the united states is a matter of ten fifteen percent yeah that's what everybody thinks a little over one percent well so the big brewers spill more beer than i make all year right yeah ninety percent of the us beer market is in the hands of two big global brewing conglomerates but i mean you're not like a small company in the amine how many placed you guys have now i'm we've got a little over fourteen 100 people nuts to me also really gratifying because the average w two compensation is seventy thousand dollars so they're you know they're good jobs um at our breweries those are manufacturing jobs yeah good paying manufacturing jobs in communities all across the united states suggest when you think about how you built the company and and and sam adams and and like how much of it do you think was like your skills in your intelligence and talent and how much of it was just luck.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"I can't do that i'll do the spots myself so my spot was when america ask for europe's tired and who have we didn't mean there beer but the pierre they send us is hardly their best they send us heineken the outlawed in germany because of germany's strict beer purity law and the backs they send us isn't the same backs they have in germany they add forbidden adjuncts to it that uh was a bet the company were you ain't threatened with the litigation oh yes but i knew i was right now having a brewing background they knew it and you could also tell it on analysis oh my feelings always been if you're right about something important push so so after i guess like about a decade after you launched you decide to go public tim what happened watch why'd you decide to do that well i thought it was time to do something to reward my investors because at that time i think a dollar invested was probably worth four hundred dollars so i went to a couple investment banks they describe the ipo process but when they describe it to you realize that there's nothing public at all about it's all for their buddy is all your their buddies at the big institutions to buy the shares and make a bunch of money and that bothered me and i thought i've got to find a way around that so i started thinking about it and i came up with this idea so we put coupons on the six packs that allowed you to buy 33 shares of boston beer company at fifteen dollars a share so whose 495 dollars instead send in a check.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"No take five years to get to a million dollars in that letter that five years look a to a million bucks it out of rape i'll be having a life yes exactly anna women helen to take him million by the way uh five months i remember sitting at a bar with rhonda and rhonda we had business plan but something's telling me this bigger than we thought it was going to be that we are climbing a mountain here and nobody climbs amount to get to the minimum we're going to climb this mountain to get to the top and it may take thirty years may take fifty years and our mountain is i want sam adams to be the largest and most respected of the high end fears in the united states that's our mountain site remember uh like the part of your strategy it seems to was like attacking uh those imported piercing i remember hearing a radio ad see we do in the nineties where you'd see you declare your independence from foreign beer the radio spots came about because there was raised station in boston the one a beer for party and so we traded a beer for airtime uh now they gave us airtime at two in the morning thinking who would want that to me i thought that was great because that's when the servers in the bartenders off this yeah yeah that's when they're listening radia so they gave me all this airtime and i i was gonna like get radio talent to record it and then i found at oil you can hire that but uh there's all these union rules in you have to pay residuals you've got a track it looks like.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"It happened up in denver colorado it was at the great american beer festival which had pretty much beers from every borrower and they went around over two nights tasted the beers everybody got to vote for the best beer and they did this countdown you have ten nine a on i thought we'd finish in the top ten but they kept getting lower and lower naturally a man uh and then they announced you know and as number two the second best beer in america is this and it's like well you know maybe next year yeah and then and the best beer in america is samuel adams boston lager and the whole company was to p q and rhonda yeah to did that mean you were profitable from from the from the start yes we were profitable from the first full month because going back does talking about earlier you it was the ultimate lean start up like i said we had no office we didn't even have a telephone we did all our business from payphones you know i knew were all the good payphones in boston were the ones that were warm in the winter the ones where you actually had a little shelf where you could put stuff a on um so i was very clear when i started it was just very clear to me there were only two things that we needed to do really well we needed to make great beer consistently.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"How did you you guys convince bars and shops to to take your beer well i was hoping that i would get a distributor while there were five beer distributor in boston i went each one of them they all turn me down because because to them it looked like a stupid idea how this was a beer that had a lot of color had a lot of flavor hella taste this was in the heyday of light beer and your they'd asked me okay so what's your marketing plan one of and have a marketing planet yeah what's your advertising budget i don't have any money for advertising will tell me about the company uh it's me and my 23yearold exsecretary so wasn't very confidenceinspiring as a business and the only way that i could get my beer out there was i would put cold beer in my brief case every morning and confits seven beers anna had these two blue cool packs yeah and asleep cups and i went from bar to bar coldcalling just going walking lining the managers and yet try get to them uh and i never sold anything in my life was at har for you uh yes i was a remember to this day doing my first sales call and hit the streets in boston i remember of historic okay i'm just going to call on the first bar that i come to yes and i came to a bar at i didn't know what i was doing nama consultant sued on so i started talking to the guy behind the bar and he was nodding and i thought that's a good sign buddy wasn't saying anything in luckily in the back was the manager 'cause the guy i was talking to was what's called the bar back the bar back is the guy who like stocks the glasses and the this guy didn't speak english.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"And i could give it to people fresh because beer is perishable beer has about a four to five months shelflife and the imported beers were almost always stale they were typically in greening clear bottles and visible light i summarise as a compound in hops that's why you get skunk 'keepeer sat you come up with with a recipe that in the eu thought okay this is going to reeducate american beerdrinkers they're gonna want during this beer instead of what they're used to that was easy after about an hour and a half when a dad was beginning to get it he was like oh you know you're right nobody's making great beer yeah maybe somebody should do that then he took me up into the attic hit had there was a trunk and there were family recipes and he took out one of the recipes and said this is the recipe it was from my great greatgrandfathers brewery my dad had made a version of this beer at wooden shubert and minster ohio where he was broom master because the berry was kinda going down the tubes and he thought maybe we can turn the bourrier around by making big uh american lager and the owner tasted it i told my day said charlie nobody is gonna during house people want water with foam on it so make water with foam on it so you you just took this recipe in and start to experiment with it took the recipe i started making it in my kitchen um is extremely difficult beer to make a you can't really do this as a homebrew or yeah it requires much more precise control but i i brooded and i could tell this is going to be a good beer fayka mathis right this would be a really good beer okay you you make a beer but how did you like has you know how to add to begin to start a beer company.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"Walking across you know uh thirty five degree angle snowfield on a beautiful in late may afternoon with us bright blue sky it's not scary at all but it's very dangerous because the snow is melting eventually it's going to find a layer of ice the water will lubricate that and you have an avalanche that is dangerous but not scary in my situation staying at bcg was dangerous but not scary in the the danger there the risk of it was continuing to do something that didn't make me happy and getting to you know 65 and looking back and go oh my god my waste in my life that is risk that is danger to detained without lease at your data mean did you convince him that this was worth trying uh the eventual did come around you know i sat down with them and the thing that convinced him i think it goes all the american brewers were basically making the same kind of beer yeah you know very light very easy to drink and i said that i am not can compete with bud and miller and coors everybody in the us who wants good beer is drinking the imports so assert that tunnel was like like heineken heineken bags st pauli girl those were considered the great beers of the world and what i did know from my brewing background as they were not the great beers of the world that there was the possibility of making beer with a lot of flavor but balanced and there's a particular flavors structure of good beer when you taste it you will get that structure.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"Business model for what is now called craft burrowing yes so this is in the mid '80s right near 1984 said you uh you called your dad my dad guess what i'm joined the family business i'm gonna make beer was i was worse i went home and and was he cited uh as uh not really uh what i told him was kind of hoping that he put his arm around me and because this hundred and fifty year old family tradition was going to be carried on to yet another generation no he looked at me said jim you've done some really stupid things in your life this is the stupidest um jim i just wanna pause for second ask you his i can understand it as point right i mean you have this great job and then you just the left yes and i left it because staying there was very risky leaving it was not risky and it's the difference in life between things that are scary and things that are dangerous and there are plenty of things that are scary but aren't dangerous and there are things that are dangerous but not scary yeah and those are the things that get you uh i can give you a climbing analogy from outwardbound like when things we top people do was repel off a cliff and they're really it's a very scary thing to do but you're also held by a bolero p and that rope will hold a car so walking off the cliff backwards is scary but not dangerous yeah okay.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"And they started working as a management consultant for a company called boston consulting group and you know we flew first class you know you consulted with ceos and retrieved you really well it was great job for while gas sounds pretty gets a so why did you leave it out i had this epiphany against um after six years it bcg i ask myself will do i wanna do this the rest of my life and the answer came back no uh and the next sorta corollary to that was worth on to for the rest of my life i probably don't want to do it tomorrow so so how did that like that decision lead to hit teeth thinking a beer that's a good question and you know i i i knew i didn't wanna work in the corporate world so i thought i'm gonna start my own business i don't know what it's gonna be um but my dad had given me actually copy of inc magazine and there was an article in there about anchor sting this small burying california was owned by a great guy named fritz maytag and fritz had a viable small brewery it was an outlying earn when i was a consultant would always fascinated me with the outliers because that's where the real learning was like there was obviously the potential to find a market for a really high quality beard and i started to think about it and i developed a different.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"I'll have to him this do senior dead no my dad told me that it was a miserable way to make a living and he venturi left the brewing industry entirely the last thing that he wanted for me to do was to go back into brewing and is his beloved crazy because they were like it wasn't sure data was a brewer like his tariffs approval to this every oldest son for six generations has been a brewer i believe i'm the only six generation brewer in the united states so so what did you wanna be honestly i really didn't know um you know i had this wonderful educational opportunity that nobody in my family had ever had um i after i graduated from college i started a jd mba program and i could just feel this pressure behind me pushing me towards some career decision so i dropped out more so what would you do then well at the time i was involved in a lot of outdoor activities rock climbing kayaking backpacking things like that and my claiming partner we got me involved in outwardbound uh i was able to do that during the summers and then i i had a learned that you don't need that much to live on if you're really enjoying what you're doing and and so how many years due to to do that for um i did it on and off for three and a half years at the end of that three and a half years i thought okay i think i'm ready to go back and got may mba in my jd.

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"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"samuel adams" Discussed on How I Built This

"Support for this podcast and the following message comes from square space have an idea for your next big move use square spaces awardwinning designer templates to create a beautiful website or online store make your next move by visiting square space dot com to start your free trial and use offer code build it for ten percent off your first purchase hey everyone just before we begin shell when i let you know about the live shows were doing this summer we recorded our i want you to be weeks ago in new york with jonah parretti of buzzfeed of a superfund the crowd loved him we loved it was great now if you couldn't be there in person door you'll be able to hear it this week this thursday in fact so be on the lookout for it and since we have been doing some of these life shows today's episode is a repeat but it's one of our favorites enters quick heads up to let you know that there's a little bit a strong language in about the first minute half of the show so if you're getting kicked round just cover their ears from admitted happened that then you're good to go say you you called your dad my dad guess what i'm joined the family business i'm gonna make beer was i was worse i went home and and was he cited of uh not really but i told him was hoping that he put his arm around me in because this hundred fifty year old family tradition was going to be carried on you know you looked at me said jim you've done some really stupid things in your life this is the stupidest from npr it's how i built this show that innovators entrepreneurs idealists stories behind the movement's built.

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