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Palms Through Deep Time
"All right. Dr kelly matsunaga thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. It's an honor to have you here. And i'm really excited to talk to you today. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is. You do all right. Thanks for having on the podcast. My name is as you just said. Kelly matsunaga currently an assistant professor in ecology and evolutionary biology at the university of kansas. And i'm also curator of paleo body in the biodiversity institute which is sort of the collection of natural history museums Here at ku. That's really exciting. Paleo botany to me. Is i have to live vicariously through people like you. Because it's something that was has always interested me but i want a different path with my career. So i'm really excited to pick your brain about this but one of the things that always interests me is how you came to paleo botany in the first place where you a fossil kid a plant kid. Where did the combination of the two really find their way into a fruitful career for you. Yeah so i I would say that. I came to paleo botany through a lot of sort of happy accidents home. I was not a paleo kid. Or a plant kid numb. I got interested in plants when i was in college. I was not a science major. But we all had to take intro. Some kind of intro. Biology works as a general education requirement. And so i took introductory botany in. That's what really got me interested in plants Specifically the the whole evolutionary story of plants that the professor that taught the courses frank shaughnessy at humboldt state university. Who was able to sort of weave through the course of the class.
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"Is that a mess. Did he figure out. Free energy oh yeah i just told you at the beginning of the show the free energy. I did really. I didn't tell you. Touched on with the tree lighting up in the middle of a forest for me you know and the ad wycliffe tower he was. He was Extracting power from the atmosphere so the like the atmosphere is charged to say it's one hundred volts and his ground so as you need is differential right so that you built a tower today you would pick up the differential between the ground and the atmosphere and you channel that power off as a static Break it down. You could break it down to. Dc power fell through. London is converted making ac power. So that's that's what i've learned again. I don't think anybody else's talking about this decides that you will be wait a minute. So did you just in three sentences. Explain how we could have free energy for the entire planet. I have a chopper flying over my head right now as you say. Oh my gosh. Most controversial podcast. You just took away like like Like depth that tree. I found it was on fire right. That is the probably the strongest ground on the mount of. Okay so what you gotta do is find. The strongest ground and utility power companies will pay you enormous amounts of money. If you find a stronger grounded because it makes the meters go faster. You know anyways. It's kind of going off topic. John locke story my god but yeah mean it's differential. It's like Back in Beckham telegraph just started coming out that these guys brilliant i mean it would it would bank copper copper rub roads into the ground. Would they knew what the tectonic plates were right. You know like say san andreas fault. In a one-sided east side west side so they would bang Copper copper rods into the ground and then go on each side bangkok into of ground and would wire them up and bring the two together news enough power to of the telegraph wires. You know to telegraph equipment on their ran down. The side of the railroad trains the railroads rather so so like you could go out and my own stuff. I mean i. Don't i met the age. I don't kerry bus. Look like over the over egypt in that. Part of the world There's a lot of tectonic plate boundaries. Like you could just nail like two hundred miles of copper rods. You know every twenty feet. One side of a tectonic plate do the other side of tectonic plate probably have enough to power city wired it up. You know wounded up but it's a differential like so you have just say af ten volts on the west side. You might have. Thirty volts on the east side is is differential in the voltage. That's pilot you. Can you know extract the power. What about your inventions by you. You told me you were an inventor what you have in your lab. John well. I mean this type of stuff that i'm talking about right now. You know you actually have a device. Do you have any technology. No not the nado lot of is just on on paper. You know like. I do say so. It's yeah it's more broader scope. Here's how you got power entire city nation. I a Right now of a migrant with the pat or not arguing debating or you know. With the a patent examiner china push some planes on a particular padding and talk about that right now but i do got a pat on a simple device os into water conservation the bathtub float alone type of thing grand on the water going into the top and when the water got folded make a clicking sound. Yeah it had a little yellow duck on it and everything actually got idea like two or three claims is crazy. You know what in the world you are. You're mad man. i love it. I do stuff when i get motivated. I do stuff you know. Get get going on. Sometimes it's like you know we what's it worth. You know what i mean like. It's time consuming. Like what what what. What is the long term benefits of it you know. Yeah you get a patent but there's gonna lead lead anything like You know tesla does alexa planes. Like there's like two or three ways of four ways to recharge batteries in a plane. That's driving a flying electric plane. Why you know what. I mean. Like the type of technology so You know things in that nature but again it has to be with my concepts. I gotta do experiments that takes money. It takes personnel and things of that nature to Check it out or even just just kicking around a bunch of intelligent people and say well. Yes it that my work. You know that type of stuff so wait a minute so you were talking about. Not that people have not been able to reverse engineer here. Some of the devices that they have in the military e. That was a big teaser. I mean what are we. What kind of stuff are we talking about here. I view that stuff from other planets that they have is just a see not planet of the apes right with What's his name Who's a child has to write. The first one erupted the ripping a a would in some kind of a capsule and they came back down here. You're not some kind of a Suspended state of animation. Whether didn't age they finally crashed down on planet. They weren't going anywhere they're just going around the earth and they come back down and you know the big. The big smoking gun was the statue of liberty sticking out of the ground. Yeah that's us. Oh man i mean. Read the old tax review eliana knock. They all got the tags You know things of that nature of these big ageement going on. And i think i think at that level. I think we were on a mas colonized. Mas had a real moon any any planet that will support life life Life support for any kind of bill species that we're familiar with on on earth needs a moon to you know for a magnetic field and i think it all another another one of my areas of the mona creates a magnetic field enough the the sons of krona mass ejections are or anything like that i think is actually the moon that you know that acts like a magnetic field generator for the planet. You're going to be doing a talk on that this weekend. The there is something about the moon is your other book and Yeah you you have. This belief that the moon holds important information that has been lost forgotten ignored yes in needs to be retrieved Can you give me a little teaser on That in terms of what where. Where's the moon knowledge at. Is it in books. The bible doesn't mention the moon doesn't fit the vote on the pay note of a mindless you know can day was demonized. Moons been demonized by the church. I don't look at it. you're crazy. Pull the blinds down. Don't look you know That type of thing but Yeah i mean. I were book together with my co author wendy salter. He lives in england and we got together. And now we've put this thing out and What what you know. Little background is. I got into the pair of and i ended up on the moon. You know. now wait a minute. Is this a moon that we've been on before where you out with that. Did neil armstrong actually go to the moon. I try to stay out of that conversation. Your believe it. It's like okay. Wait a minute now where we can survive on this planet right because we have a moon and we have a magnetic field that shield us.
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"Yeah saw at what. Point does metaphysics especially metaphysics. I was gonna say. At what point does physics become metaphysics for you. That's a good question. Real good question. Brad also might be as that better than me. He's he's got a few books he's yeah he's going gonna be at this concert at this weekend. Yeah but i mean you. You studied this and i wonder for you could have just been. This is a question. I always ask but why not. Just keep it at physics y y Where in your life beyond the paranoid. I guess the paranormal experiences probably made you think there is something more but as somebody that is so well versed in the sciences was in the navy you end it. You studied at the electrical engineering companies. And doing it I i'm always curious. What makes you go over to going. Yennin ah this isn't just physics. There's something beyond era right. It's it really is You know it's it's like it's multidimensional i think when you transcend dimensions. I think that's probably where you're you're getting into metaphysics here you're getting outside of the The three dimensional world that So what was happening in that forest. So you're saying is what was happening that forest because something happened from earlier in the day that's bringing in another dimension The time dimension that is has left an impression and you really can't explain that beyond you can't explain it in normal traditional physics. Yeah yeah is just one of those I mean you can look at it like the grab becomes capacitor coil on you kyle. Which is a tesla coil. I mean you know the primary and secondary coil and somehow that that location was able to like van de graff. Generator something or or the or cloud. Delivered building up static electricity. 'cause it's definitely a static. Charge knows what kind of voltage millions and millions of all the to do that kind of Light show for me. It was a wonderful light. Show 'cause i. I go to work in You know try to explain to a couple of guys i saw. They're looking at me and they go going then is dead dead silence and they look over and they go. You saw this. He's educated people thought. Well that's interesting about your john. You're such a you sound. Like a new england guy like a greg. Your like run like i'm gonna meet you at a bar have drank. We're gonna talk about the patriots but but you have this other side to you. I wonder how you I mean yeah. Good will hunting on acid. Maybe i don't know it's amazing to own this identity. Is i wonder if if you ever did run into trouble with people who are just going. John come on dude urine. Urine harvard down year. You cannot be talking about you know pyramids in an all this fringe stuff i mean. Did you ever encounter that did you. Did you have pushback from more. Academic in quotes people. Oh yeah oh yeah definitely. Does you know just just just they. Just draw blank. You know your conspiracy buffier alien type of guy about the aliens conspiracy things and everything like that. You know there's more to this than mec- i is this you know and And then you've got these megaliths all around the planet you know ball back would give me an explanation for this you know. Give me an explanation for that but down. Yeah yeah i've gotten pushed I came out with the area on You know the the pyramids Held at gravity theory and they They were actually doing work and You know manipulating magnequench uso. We'd have a nice quiet nights. We all get to sleep slips. Yeah earthquakes every twenty minutes right so You know select. That's kind of what i i i i got. I got beat up walking. You know you lose a lot of friends. You gained a lot of reds trade up friends or whatever and The things of that nature but all in all. It's it's kinda like you gotta you know you just gotta follow your heart and just just go with it for real you know and and Yeah as it down and and You know i started to come up with a lot of physical evidence. You know i got. I got is far as i'm concerned. I have more physical evidence to support a gravity theory than mainstream academic doomed today. They don't you know they have. They have their you know two hundred years of Hundred some odd years of of great minds. Brilliant minds you know and a talk the talk in way above my my capacity and But anyways but i but from a grab levels from the grassroots level on putting out this physical evidence saying well. You know this this and you know you can't deny east don't exist in Last physicist i went through with I mean he was publishing papers. A monthly taty totta dab at ten thirty still teaching. He's a board certified you name it and works for big companies and We got into it and we we went to Went down downtown and and Went to all my stuff. And he had this python code python software. We shove all the pyramids and volcanoes into it. and you know you come up with You know a a number on what's to relationship between the two as far as alignments and It was pretty low. Okay but But that being said you know my my Actually theory is based on you know All lodge permits have a volcano alignment with the one hundred as opposed along the same foxman. Latitude longitude and he to and No we punched that out. And i said okay. Let's do. let's do a pyramid one hundred and fifty two hundred feet. They're in the millions of times would put that in and it was one hundred percent. Everyone it's over. Two hundred feet has has volcano alarming In the same approximate latitude wanted to so why. That's one hundred and eighty degrees. So you know get silence you even. That is yes and i about this. I've seen the bread articles about your work. I've seen some stuff about it and it is a remarkable theory When what even gave you in the same way that i wonder how ancient the question you always here is well. How did they know to line this up. In the exact way so it matches the equinoxes of bitter like graham. Hancock always talks about with the things and stuff like that under. How did you decide to look into this and start to notice this volcano this volcano theory. How did it even come to you. Well it was elyssa the house the hell froze in my house and Mock your He's brilliant another brilliant film reason. He was on the tv. When i walked into the room before broke the commercial. I just caught the last sentence and he came back and says we still what these parents are doing. And then it went to commercial. And i and i did to my lazy boy right and i always have globes my house tabletop. Globes stand lost globes atlases maps and things of that nature. So i look at the globe. And i and i and i've been you know pretty deep into the pyramids at this point you know in china figuring out getting actually aggravated by the whole topic. I just this is just doesn't make sense. You know and and just a just a thought came into my mind on wonder what's on the opposite side of the appearance right on the globe. So i'm looking at the You know the flow of flow. And then it's looking to me on my ira fifteen foot trudge across the living room until it. I i find giza. I spent it a hundred degrees. I land on the hawaiian hotspot. Well what's going on there. So that was that was the the the inception of the idea. The concept and That's quite a thing to land on a an an essential theory about the laws of physics on earth. Hit you every couple of weeks. I mean what kind of what kind of Jude you. are you channeling out there. That you're able to just nail that knock that out. I mean that's pretty people should be studying you right now..
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"And i i saw. Ufo going down the mass. Pike if he could believe right why some cruising down mass pike. And i'm i'm like seeing this thing in the air and it's it's not like typical ufo with the shiny lights and you know yeah out of the movies and things of that nature was like it was a vortex in the sky. I guess the nearest he can do is say it was like a cloud. You underneath this thing. Yeah brennan underneath the its propulsion system and it was distorting space. Time looking at crews are on this this lady beside me. She was in a jeep and a beep in the haunted pointing out the window. And you know. And she wouldn't look it wasn't it was like i wasn't even there you know it's going out this woman you know. So i kept that kept an eye on i'm cruising about sixty five seventy miles an hour. I kept an eye on it. Seems like move across the sky like it wasn't it was not a cloud. I mean this thing was a blue sky was just out there by itself and it would just just move almost like Without it would just end up in a different place. You know what they to see could allow explain about. It was it was. Yeah another place got looking at looking at it and then finally kind of Have changed shape a little bit and then just kind of went up out and then it was just out of sight but it was in the east. So i get home. I get most owner boston. I get the boston and Jeez i got here. Roughly clicking on it. i'm looking at my clock in. that can't be right self. Think nothing of it. I to my family's house i look at the time and my time. Is it right and and you know this time. So let's go back to my truck the The truck that i was in the clock is actually an hour ahead. Now wasn't around. It wasn't around. You know the you know saving syariah. Chant layla savings time right. So i'm like that's crazy so i started. I was by hugh i you know. I'm always usually to get things i'm laugh. People came to get me but forgot me know. They showed up on the pike folk. Now like what are you talking about. You know rising up doing sound out in the backyard. We're gonna cows and You know my brought on a yells off the yells out the window and says hey. They got that they got that thing. You aren't sky. It's on the news. What are you talking about. The swiss pilots just reported you. F all in that area. Like a mike. I the the colleges drained out of my face my but airline pilots to come out and say they saw you. F all The same time almost you know and but they will look it on top of it. I i with it and it was a lot more of a different you know more more of the hollywood look you know at the You know engineering and You know geometry and things of that nature and Yeah well the those two pilots actually even go check out in the newspapers. I mean it's still a nineteen ninety-five swiss pilots reporter. Ufo over new york and boston so now so does is so back then. You didn't back then you were you more open to that type of stuff in general would you have questioned it not really i mean to this day i find it hard to actually talk about seeing that i that i that actually seen one you know. It's like embarrassing. Yeah there's another quack but but Yeah i mean i i. Sometimes i argue against it. You know. I don't know there's something inherently constructed in. I guess a lot of people's minds that they just can't deal with it and it took me a while to really Deal with that Incident but you know there was a time slip. Actually i that that propulsion system might have slipped time that i was in as cruise down the highway. You know so. I mean that's the only thing i could Related to Mechanically anyways physically. But yes all anyways. I obviously at put the clock back in our and You know back on deck Reading what everybody else's reading greetings time but you know. I didn't have any marks on my body or anything like that rangel Know cooking right along and You know probably late nineties. Mid to late nineties really started to dive into the pyramids. Um you know what's this what is going on with these things you know and I know being in the navy. I've been around the world love but fifty some odd countries It's ironically. I get egypt twice but wasn't able to get off the boat. See the pyramids because of some you know events going.
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"I mean as someone that is into the esoteric stuff like you are now you hear stories about the navy you hear stories about these big companies private companies having devices things. That are little bit out there. I mean we're talking. We're talking montoc cher. Were talking project looking glass time machines. Ufo's stuff like that. I mean john. Have you seen this I i've seen some Pretty bizarre paranormal things in my life. I'd have to say you know I wanted her technology. Do they have the technology to do. Some of these things teleporting it. I guess it less to be left to be seen. Be honest with it's out there and whether or not The right people that are reverse. Engineering. it can tap into it. But i'm sure. I mean you know it's like it just we've been down here for hundreds of millions of years modern man. I mean it's you. Don't read it again to michael creamer work and all the data in research that he puts what it's it's undeniable that this you know highly intelligent besic that have been here before and i think we're where the You know with the lineage. You don't wear them but we yeah to you know if you look at the ancient tax. It's all ends up in a war. Somebody had said know it's a it's mad at somebody else. Then i think they obliterated everything the last war and we're here trying to put it all back together again so wait a minute. So let's go back for a second before we get into How you because you know we took a jump to the esoteric. I want to get back to your your working at the electric places. You're in the navy your you're interested in The engineering side of things. You have not revealed if you've seen in actual flying saucer that the government has yet but maybe we'll get there But that said yeah. I mean what what started it you on the path to i mean i guess what happens next to lead you into more of the mystical. Just just do just obsessed with I guess the paranormal. I've had you know a lot of psychic experiences with france when i was younger You know she's s on hundred old. How do you know this You know things of that nature. And i started reading reading up on You know telepathy fella kinetics Know all the all the other fields that are involved in the paranormal You know realm really fascinated. Me absolutely fascinated me. I just i do more to the human mind and consciousness than and would be led to believe and That that was that was that that opened up the door to I guess a lot of other things in the future for me see You know on the ship and it was on my yet. My navy ship out in the bermuda triangle as crystal clear water. I don't know if you've been out to bermuda at the the water is incredibly blue and You know it was like a ninety degree day was big. You know massive. Us navy ship two hundred ten sales on a shopper. And you know all sorts of weapons systems and we go dead in the water. We just lost power completely lost power and was like i went outside and was like we were in a ball like it was like you couldn't tell the horizon began and ended. The sky was blue as the water. You know we just sitting there and we got backup generators batteries. Nothing worked it was like a complete magnetic Anomaly that just anything those running with electrons just shut down you know just completely dead for about it was about twenty twenty minutes maybe could have been two days be honest with you who knows a portal or something but Anyway zilt forty five minutes later. We get get you know. Generates not coming back up. They get them running power again. We stopped the propulsion system up but You know the strange thing. Is you walking around in. There was like nobody was talking like it was no like he got a mess decks. Whatever and everybody's just looking at everybody like you haven't communicating with your is just You know those are outside rather they wanna lights come on you kinda just like just looking at each other like what just happened you know and it was never a an official in bulletin put out about what happened. It was just you know. Just put it in gear and keep going to happen again so yeah wait a minute so was this i did you have any other i. It was this regular current around there. I mean you hear about the bermuda triangle but nobody really talks about Firsthand at least. I've never hardly. Because do they ever come back right But be yeah. I mean i've never really actually heard testimony from some of that spin there. What exactly is going on there. Did you have other fellow comrades than had experiences as well. I mean he s well that was like a big experience for everybody on a boat. You know we all we all share that experience and can people stantione that. If we were to talk to them. I'll get the guys that were on the ship if that particular year Yeah yeah i can't be substantiated. Absolutely interesting interest allowed still alive. Actually so i'm like touch with somebody shipmates zero online and things of that nature. Because that's what the government wants to hide that incident. Do they want to cover that up. Or it's who'd yeah well. No one's ever asked about it but out probably island. They're pretty secretive with things like that. I don't know why it'll say what's they absolutely have to. you know. Yeah okay so you you have this really I suppose you could say inter dimensional experience never meet a triangle and then what else happens We'll get out of the aaron anna years go on and you still You know a just just saying saying things and then I think i get into the mid nineties..
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"Version of yourself. If you're ready for some unconscious stimulation my guest today. John shaughnessy is just the guy to do it. He is so fun. I love this guy. He is such a brilliant just casually brilliant guy can put it casually brilliant. We get really into physics theory anti gravity. The purpose of the pyramids his inventions his paranormal experiences. One of the smartest people. I've had on this show. He's doing a talk about the moon at forgery. Unmasked this weekend. I wanted to put this bonus episode out because he is such a cool guy. I just What a great conversation. John is great. john is great. If you like the show share it please like it on apple podcast. Follow it in you if you do like it. It'd be very helpful if you rated the show and left few words. But here's the man. Show john shaughnessy see these new england boys. Just the new england guy that is just Yeah goodwill hunting. He's he said man are just casually brilliant and he's like yeah. I guess kind of like that guy. He is like matt damon. He is except for fringe loss. Theoretical physics get ready for this..
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Visuals straightened out all well see so long. Been worried sick about me. I king fish. Got to talk to you again. What's new what's new gingrich listed here. I got arrested. Spent twelve hours in jalen. My kiss comes up tomorrow. It was funded. I didn't see you around limit you. What did you talk. I got arrested for tan that porch. But i guess everything's gonna be all right. Go tell the judge about mister car. You would be working for him and all that. Oh you decided to flip you up when you go is before the judge turns quionoa violate code of the underworld code of the underworld. You know what the game does squeeze. Cementing throws them in the hudson river. Always do that river really getting jammed up to that tired as you can walk on stupidity from here to jersey city king. Rich that code of the world. That's for crooks and gangsta. I ain't no gangsta in rhode situation. Here where would you pass now telling me that. Look tonight hotel in jail and when you wasn jail cell on one side of it well criminal right now on the other side of you another criminal. But that don't make me no criminal down onto foam to own a thing they put between two jackass aluna. Hey i don't believe that meals. You don't look like mobile the here to me. I don't care what you say now. Even if i as a gangster i'm gonna tell the judge the truth well if you don't mind that's what i hope you don't go like legs. Shaughnessy giannotti what happened to him. Well he was innocent to anybody to judge mob. Cut him down. He was leaving the courthouse. Submachine guns enter. Really fueling really ventilated. Him on the board and the piccolo was a slight wind blowing at the funeral. And when they play it off we'd mystery of life who shaughnessy whistle right along with your. I tell you something gingrich to end up in a string section at my own funeral i guess the best thing to do is not to say nothing to. Nobody can go against the kudo doing the. Where are you gotta keep. You should You don't go down that keeping moshe plead guilty and take the rap or attained. All your big man what this really goes to show you the.
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast
". So you and your husband who had just met downstairs you guys tattoos studio together now right and he do. . Yeah. . So what's it all about? ? So it's called Studios Chico a lot of people can't pronounce it properly our main goal like we had both worked Tattoo studios in the past that were very particular. . Kind of that shopper, , you see like skulls and flames on the walls and there's metal music playing and yeah, , I, , mean as comfortable as we were in those locations, , it's not the type of clients that I was getting. . They're not gonNA be comfortable like I. . Do get some some Grandma's here and there and people that just don't have tattoos. . So we wanted to create something that no one had ever really seen in something those a little more comfortable and a little bit spa. . Alike. . But kind of catering two more women I was reading online that the name of the studio has a special meaning in Japanese. . Yeah. . So my husband's Japanese. . We both love just like a lot of Japanese design, , a lot of fashion influenced by Japan and we wanted something unique like a unique name that wasn't just like beauty bar or something like that. . We wanted it to stand out and means something a little bit more. . So the words Sushi Oh, , is Japanese for little stabs. . It's actually like a meticulous kind of embroidery style that's done on a lot of indigo dyed fabrics. . So it's just very detailed and it kind of makes sense for what we do sums up what you do, , and so in this shop from what I understand, the , research that I did online, , you guys have all of restorative tattoos that you do downstairs but then you have sort of like a sister business upstairs or something. . For hairline that'll about. . So originally stew Chico Carnival encompass like all types of cosmetic tattooing recently branched out. . I. Don't . know if you're aware of all the artists that are studio but Shea, , she does browse with us her husband Shannon he's from Australia. . He specializes in the Scout. . Micro pigmentation is to work under our name, , and then we decided to kind of separate it just because a lot of the men that were coming in. . Didn't feel as comfortable being in a room full of women or like coming up to the front desk and kind of explaining why they were there. . So creating not separate entity I think has really worked out well, , almost like a man cave upstairs. . So what is what is it? ? It's like they reproduce like follicle looking hairs it. . Yeah. . So it's it's honestly tattooing tiny little dots on the scalp little flecks of hair so. . It just creates a fuller look for people that are thinning or if they're completely bald it on top, , just bring back that hairline very natural looking
Shaughnessy Otsuji is the Restorative Tattoo Artist Changing Peoples Lives
"So you and your husband who had just met downstairs you guys tattoos studio together now right and he do. Yeah. So what's it all about? So it's called Studios Chico a lot of people can't pronounce it properly our main goal like we had both worked Tattoo studios in the past that were very particular. Kind of that shopper, you see like skulls and flames on the walls and there's metal music playing and yeah, I, mean as comfortable as we were in those locations, it's not the type of clients that I was getting. They're not gonNA be comfortable like I. Do get some some Grandma's here and there and people that just don't have tattoos. So we wanted to create something that no one had ever really seen in something those a little more comfortable and a little bit spa. Alike. But kind of catering two more women I was reading online that the name of the studio has a special meaning in Japanese. Yeah. So my husband's Japanese. We both love just like a lot of Japanese design, a lot of fashion influenced by Japan and we wanted something unique like a unique name that wasn't just like beauty bar or something like that. We wanted it to stand out and means something a little bit more. So the words Sushi Oh, is Japanese for little stabs. It's actually like a meticulous kind of embroidery style that's done on a lot of indigo dyed fabrics. So it's just very detailed and it kind of makes sense for what we do sums up what you do, and so in this shop from what I understand, the research that I did online, you guys have all of restorative tattoos that you do downstairs but then you have sort of like a sister business upstairs or something. For hairline that'll about. So originally stew Chico Carnival encompass like all types of cosmetic tattooing recently branched out. I. Don't know if you're aware of all the artists that are studio but Shea, she does browse with us her husband Shannon he's from Australia. He specializes in the Scout. Micro pigmentation is to work under our name, and then we decided to kind of separate it just because a lot of the men that were coming in. Didn't feel as comfortable being in a room full of women or like coming up to the front desk and kind of explaining why they were there. So creating not separate entity I think has really worked out well, almost like a man cave upstairs. So what is what is it? It's like they reproduce like follicle looking hairs it. Yeah. So it's it's honestly tattooing tiny little dots on the scalp little flecks of hair so. It just creates a fuller look for people that are thinning or if they're completely bald it on top, just bring back that hairline very natural looking
John McNamara, manager of ill-fated '86 Red Sox, dies at 88
"Linked with the 1980 16 has died with a story. McNamara was 88 years old. He died with his family by his side in Tennessee. He was at the helm for the Red Sox in one of the most infamous moments in baseball history, Dan Shaughnessy in today's Boston Globe, saying He has already heard from John McNamara's wife, Ellen, who told him Game six is always going to be hanging over him. Game six of the 1986 World Series where the Red Sox spiraled and lost. Many believe it all started when Roger Clemens was pulled from the game when the Red Sox were leading in the eighth. McNamara claiming Clemens wanted to be taken out. Clemens to this day denies it. Ellen McNamara going on to tell Dan Shaughnessy I just want to say one thing. My husband did not take Roger Clemens out of that game. John McNamara dead at the age of 88. Jim McKay W B Z Boston's NewsRadio
"shaughnessy" Discussed on KOMO
"Shaughnessy tell us what the need is right now. I would say the need is across the board kids our second home, right, but they're still growing. They're going to be going back to school. We spelling here how, but we know that they're going to need school supplies. Eight activities to keep them busy, Their minds active and they need lot's so we're still gonna have fact school. How tough is it? When you're talking about kids who are in foster care? There isn't maybe that situation where the kids were all in school, and there might be more attention focused on them and the need I think that with our education programs are people are constantly reaching out and checking in and supporting are used, so they're still having the same level of engagement. We know it's been tough for kids in different ways. If they have access Tio WiFi or they needed a laptop, which we've been trying to meet those Andi also know that some kids is tough to learn online so Treehouses there to support them in whatever the situation, what kinds of things are you hoping that you can gather for kids in this donation drive? We're partnering with target and we're using their registry to just sort of keep everything safe in these over time, and we have been using an online ordering system through our free store. And so that's been giving us some really up to the minute information about what our kids and caregivers are respecting, and we're seeing. That they need games. They need art supplies. They definitely closed comfy clothes and new clothes as they give me to grow. So all of those are going to be on the registry, and when people purchase it, it will be one of the target location. And then our staff will be able to pick it up every week, Inventory it and then used online ordering system to ship out. All the kids that we serve across the state, and that's actually the first time we've been able to utilize the store to serve the entire state. And that's actually a positive and all that. So, basically with it being a pandemic, you don't want somebody to stuff a backpack full of supplies and then drop it off. You're trying to have this, so it's streamlined. And then it gets to the kids with what the need is and nobody touching it. In the meantime, Yeah, we really want to keep everyone safe. Our donors are staffed and the that we served so We've pivoted this model in which there's very little contact and fill the user will get with me. Can you tell us how we can all participate? Absolutely. Tomorrow we launch our back to school. Dr Season You can go to our website Treehouse for so our kids dot or ge, and you can sign up to host the drive is all virtual. We give you all the tools you need in.
"shaughnessy" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"On one with big Shaughnessy on court he feels it is for him to represent the choice may well lead to more eyes more intensity cherry is the easier it is for our policies and easier it is for people to come together people to come together and lots of music they could come together we can get some of these these you saying here Malay people guarantee treatment as one thing we do have so I feel like the more eyes more changing bring to something easier it is for you know the problem gets solved glad I keep listening to I heart radio for more from your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Wally on the importance of his true friendships I got friends that are in the music business but I I just don't want to be seen as a guide issues by just trying to mix it up with everybody so to get over different things required to from people you know I got a set of friends that can come to stuff the person in the music business a lot of times this is cold J. Cole I believe so he's always been there for me like when things get out of control from losing the I heart radio for more while late in all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with wildly about the importance of earning his success I'm not a wave rider I came in the game so young I absolutely see so many people come and go and I seen a lot of people trying to steal people's way to people shine all simple sugars set of five and I just never been one of those people our vision myself being able to connect with the world my own way Mr somebody else's way I want to get everything from home listen to I heart radio for more from your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Terrell Williams about how he feels to be a musical mentor I would call a labor of love you know because what you get to do is pay everything that you've learned forward and pay all the priceless suggestions of a given to you an invaluable advice that was imparted to us like we get to pay those things for two people you never met before and you get to counsel and tell them what you think and feel and help to.
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"So as we Kinda, get down towards the end of this week's SOx beat. And humble apologies that there's not more to talk about We went through whatever there was to go through that. It's actually baseball related with Dan, but. To take you back a little bit. It's this talking about. What would we have been talking about? If there really was a twenty twenty season regarding the Red Sox I think we would have heard the phrase. Bridge Year quite a bit, and it wouldn't have been from high in bloom. It wouldn't have been from anybody in the red sox office, but a would probably been from the rest of us because if you go back was actually October of two thousand nine that Theo actually put that out there for the first time it was a o-9 was ninety five win season swept by the angels in the LDS, and it was time to just kind of refocused re step around some things. And how do you frame that without calling it a tear down or Redo or rebuild because it really wasn't in twenty thousand ten. However you had such a thin margin for error, and when Josh Beckett hurt his back, and won only six games when Mike Lowell had the hip surgery. Things turn very ugly in of all places, San Francisco, and late June where Pedroia, foul, the ball off his foot, clay, buckled, strained a hamstring, running the bases, Victor Martinez broke his finger getting hit by a foul tip. It was three major injuries in one series. Now is basically the torpedoed. Thank the season but theo. Epstein had called it a bridge year heading in and what he meant by that was a real good stuff was a head around the corner, because wait for twenty eleven just wait for two thousand twelve, and ironically it would be twenty thirteen. We actually all got a rise out of, but the thought was always the bridge that was built would be strong enough to compete for a pennant, even in two thousand ten, so it was a way to say we're not tearing down. You know we're. We're just kind of crossing over towards a a different. Way of doing business, but in the interim the still walkable here we can still possibly do this, but mostly due to injuries that just never happened, and by the way in two thousand eleven. You might remember. They started that your own six, and then to ten they rallied, they got to eighty three and fifty two by the end of August, and actually led the wild card race by nine and a half games, but then things started to crumble, and the got lost for good that rainy final night in Baltimore I don't have to remind you, but just to review. Tampa Bay rallied for their improbable win against the Yankees Red Sox lost on that sinking liner by Robert Andino in front of Carl, Crawford, so yeah, seven and twenty down the stretch to botch the playoffs, and then the disastrous two thousand twelve season so. Two, thousand thirteen kind of happy surprise, but I bring all of that up. Just as kind of a a wondering aloud would twenty twenty have been cast as the bridge year, and with the injuries already setting in Chris Sale obviously going off for the Tommy John and who knows what else would have come down. Would Twenty Twenty have resembled twenty ten on the field as well..
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"It was that with us from the start, and and and now it's like I just have no use I think. He's a society I I hope he stays off the Internet and just. Just keeps quiet so that's that's where it is with him. There's a sadness I think they're too I mean I know you're. A bit of an impasse like like I am sometimes where you really do Kinda feel for guys when they're obviously just Kinda gone. You know and. I think about Aubrey Huff for example right now I don't know. But you know. So you know I mean you. You can't even I mean. It's like you just Kinda. Winston almost WANNA turn away. Courtesy of Crisco Hall of fame next year. And you know so. That's that's he's really. That's GONNA be interesting on all levels of course right now we're in the middle of the pandemic. Roll forward, but he's getting in and and that'll be. I just hope he I hope he's a haze. And and is he has a he. He loves and respects baseball, and that should be enough to to bring him around I hope. Yeah you actually bring up an interesting side point here. Because what better forum is he ever going to have and that podium in Cooperstown? So you hope they use it somewhat responsibly I. That finishing with Shaughnessy and I've actually were on. Baseball question for you Dan, but before I leave this weird tractor. We kind of stumbled onto. It dawned on me I'm sitting here thinking guys in my career which you know, the door by your career, I don't want to pretend you an ir that same level, but. When you deal with guys in the clubhouse, and you're more of a writer broadcaster I. Mean So. There's GonNa always gonNA. Be that disparity in terms of how often you have to interact with guys. But someone that I was just truly frightened to fly in the clubhouse. It's only happened once to me in my career and I'll tell you who it was it was. When he was with the Rangers you talk about a guy who gave bribe like this one guy. I would never WANNA make upset because not like you know we're GONNA throw down face to face, but he might know people that really make my life very nervous. You know that kind of thing so I'm just curious doesn't have to be a big name or anything like that but it. There have been times you were baseball career where you're thinking. Wow, you know what I've seen. This guy's again. That's flicker in his eyes and I just I don't even want to deal with this guy. He's scared. Yeah I. Had those with a lot of you know. I had that was rice early on ahead of with bogs. Mo Vaughn..
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"I feel like. That might have been ninety nine. I can't remember, but then. and then the Olympics in two thousand. He dropped the curly haired boyfriend on Gordon. In reference to me, which I think Micra hate speech but I'm not sure and. And it was unfortunate. You know he wasn't really he wasn't the devil. You know. He could be a very charming guy. He was a great freehand cartoonist, and and you know could be very affable. I really think it was the mets thing with him that he would go out. And that's and and we have these nut clusters because it. When when things were bad, it'd be a lot of bad like back to back to back. And then it'd be stretches where there was nothing really think it had to do with medication, but there was there was a darkness to him. It's just you know wasn't good. I mean one of the few times when you could see. The teammates were afraid of them. And that's that's unusual. Usually, if the guy's killing the media, everybody's really into it, 'cause. It's like why not. In this instance watched that video of him going after culprit. Out that I mean no one wants to the he. Just guys were scared of you. Had the same experience with with not with Carl actually always got along with okay, but those Bradley. What was that guy for me? Oh, yeah, just a hell. Of You. Well yeah, but there's some dads, whatever the opposite of glimmer is. Don't really sure what the word is, but that's. In the is where you're like Oh. And I was there in Kansas City where he charged up into that press box. You know how that happened in Kansas. City is all fair. Through lining bears, and you know in full uniform up there wanting to challenge. That they. Really here. I WANNA. Ask You about another guy that you and I both come in contact with. Sinn for down this. Road here curt. Schilling is a guy that I knew in a minor league that was in Rochester coming up. I was twenty one years old doing my birth year of baseball fulltime and Kurt. Was You talk about a wild child I? Mean this is right around the time..
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"Never miss a game so sort of again perverse way of thinking of it that Alice core could be a continuous manager for them and never have this time. It really is I know we're in such a land of what if right now and by the way you had a great line here, talking about how inadvertently Boston's buffoonery could become brilliant and kind of pointed towards the the what if of no twenty twenty the other thing and you hinted at this as well if there is no twenty twenty and again I put. Put the caveat out there strongly. We all hope there is they modified twenty twenty somehow, but you look ahead, and now there's some time to patch together actual real live, pitching staff, and not this Hodgepodge of Ryan. Weber and whatever else they were to try to do. In twenty twenty right I mean that's a big deal. You still have to find some arm. Yeah I just feel time. Is Their Friends in this? In this case because what I saw in spring training I spent three or four weeks down there. They weren't ready for the season. It's just was a five hundred team at best, and it just looks like they were going to be very. with their lack of starting pitching sales down you being part of this, they having given away price for some of those free agent. And what we saw and sales goes down I mean the the top three or all gone. And I you know one of the. myrtles tomorrow. Argument is that they don't get to. They would have to continue to be under the tax especially. If there's no season 'cause, they would not be able to reset. For Twenty twenty one without the penalties, so they could not go out and spend, but you could put together a better. More representative rotation in you had some kind of play with and then what they have now. I mean they're. They're headed for a fall in twenty twenty. That was pretty clear. And Short and seasons help always help the worst teams 'cause..
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"I should probably reach out and see if they will take action. On the jumping bean racing league because I'm hearing good things about prickly Pete. All Right? We're GONNA have a little bit throwback kind of red sox stuff at the end of the PODCAST WANNA. Walk you down a little bit of memory lane about ten years ago. Which I think we would have been doing this year anyway. This just kind of a little heads up. Think do the math right I mean twenty twenty minus ten years. Where does that take US twenty ten? Yoon start thinking right now. What would have been? The common threat was too common denominator potentially between twenty, twenty and twenty ten. It's a two word phrase that not a lot of people in Boston light. That's your hint and we'll. We'll go there after we get done. Talking to Dan Shaughnessy the quality of the interview, not perfect. Nothing's perfect these days doing everything with zoom calls, and at least we've now all. We have to wear pants when we. Do Zoom calls because you never know what's going to happen. In terms of the camera panning down in advertently, or you know who's GonNa? Walk into your call, so technology technology wise is that how I'm supposed to say that technologically I guess is where I was going. This is not perfect is a record call with the hall of Famer Dan Shaughnessy Hope, you enjoy. All right as promised. I know everybody wants to hear them. If you haven't been reading some of you, get behind the pay wall, and for free that, and then some of you just find your way to Dan, Shaughnessy anyway because he has such a must read. And Dan first of all thanks so much for taking the time. and I don't want. Waste much time I WANNA, get right into what you most recently wrote. Which I thought was really interesting, talking about Alex Cora and if there's no regular season which by God, I hope you're you're wrong and I'm long. Hope there is one but walk me through the process because I thought you had a great point about how any very weird way. If there is a complete punting twenty twenty, the ball lands nicely for for the Red Sox. Well Yeah just it's a weird thing and again we have to qualify everything. There's nothing good is coming of this pandemic. This is a lot of suffering, and it's dad and on every level the, but as as we try to figure out how it's going to be peace back together, some of the scenarios with sports. Reduced Seasons and and of course draconian for baseball twenty twenty would be no season and I haven't ruled out anything. Anything yet. I don't think they have either, but in any event Hopefully it doesn't come to that, but it occurred to me that for the Boston Red Sox. No season would would might be possible I've come in from a competitive standpoint only in that I mean they traded Mochi. Bessinger hammered for it. If there's no season, they ended up getting three players three prospects. What have you in exchange for nothing I mean the guy. Because of the rules of service time, they're gonNA. That's GONNA be a free agent after this year anyway, so they not Delton. They would've gotten zero for a player who was GONNA be gone at the end of the year or for the end of the year, so you kinda fallen into it that way and obviously with Chris Sale..
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"Media Network the leading online provider of audio and visual content content. That is the word. Isn't it right now? This is mention I'm Josh. Lewin. That's health foggy. My brain is right now. I think all of us are in that same predicament as were looking for content, looking to rid ourselves of angst, looking to just find out what the new normal is, and for how long that's going to have to be the new normal so. Proud on endlessly about that but I'm sure that you share my feelings on that that normally the obviously right now we'd be talking about a Red Sox, five game win streak or five game, losing streak, or whatever it might be, and certainly we're not talking about any of that. We are going to talk to Dan Shaughnessy their own hall of fame. Baseball writer that you guys know so much better than I do because again not to fluff up my credentials or over represent them. I grew up not in Boston I spent time as a kid in Boston, but not a lot of it was not a red sox fan, growing up was the red sox admirers, but it was not living and dying with every pitch and Dan Shaughnessy. Even though he is new englander remember he had to go away to kind of start things out. He was covering the orioles before he came back to cover the red sox and I also started out covering the Orioles doing. Pre and post game shows for them on the radio, and that led to network television baseball play by play, and then this weird Edwin Jackson maneuvering all around Major. League baseball is the play by play guy. which took me to the Red Sox and very happy to be invested in the Red Sox now happy to talk to you about them, but Dan Shaughnessy has been there and seen a lot more than I have seen so that's kind of why we want to go down that road in just a little bit. What are you guys doing to fill the void? I mean we're going to talk about that a little bit today. Because void filling is pretty much all we're doing right now. As a collective for me, you know and I I'm a bit of a nut. And I freely admit that it's not like I expect everybody can go this deep. Into, a rabbit hole and come out with the weird nonsense that I'm coming up with but that. For better or for worse, that is kind of how my brain goes so..
Fragments from the Future
"This is poetry off the shelf. I am hilly another group you today. Fragments from the future when I get really anxious about everything. I can't control the upcoming elections. My parent's health I try and find some things soothing. Princeton's this morning I noticed that are monster. Had A new leaf Brenda. Shaughnessy does the exact opposite. When she's afraid she doesn't look away she steers? Here's her fear in the face until transforms after the birth of her son. Cal where something went really wrong she. She wrote a twenty two page long poem imagining a galaxy where her son could walk and didn't feel pain and everyone around him was kind. Empathetic and no-one struggled with what to say in in her latest collection. The Octopus Museum she imagines a world after global warming. The Ocean is poisoned and the smartest creatures of the deep sea. The octopus have common. Land locked the humans into salinization pods. What's left of human life are scraps apps a few poems? Some letters a speech that was museum has a bunch of fragments meant indicate sort of like sappho fragments. Mansor things were found archival pieces. I'm kind of imagining you know. When people have to vacate or people's homes homes were destroyed? There might be some papers lying around right. But that's important to me because I think that whenever they've tried to total is a narrative Christopher Columbus for example then it's just revealed to be complete and total lies. I I believe in mixed nece that there's a story that can be whole that can hold a lot even though it's a fragment even though it's it's not the full story that is the history of our bodies that's history of our our ancestors history reminds and it's nice to have our planet I mean the oceans not dying because of you know one big nuclear blast dying because of all these tiny little plastic pieces tiny little the little micro crystals and stuff those of the things. That's a lot of what went into the Post Museum. It's a lot of what I think about when I teach because I do see that students agents won't give themselves permission to say anything at all unless they feel like they're really the authority of and how can they be the authority of it if they don't have the whole thing if they don't feel like they can tell it in the right way and the truth is you have to find your own way and it may not be. You may not have that satisfying preapproved arc. That you think is supposed to have. It might just look totally different. It might look like a bunch of little pieces. Your your palms always stay very close to the body. You seem to trust the body way more for the mind. Oh Yeah. I don't think I knew early on in my writing life that I trust the body as much as I do. I think trusted sexuality and and emotion because it was what had guided my life thus far you know I thought well. I'm never going to know everything I'm never. We're going to be a deep scholar of really anything. I'm going to just go along the surface of all of all things that I could possibly know and just dip in here and there where I please. It's not going to be. I'm never going to know everything about anything but one thing I do know is what moves me. One thing I do know is what I love who I love how I love that felt like a knowledge that I could no completely and have access you completely. The body seemed the best way to that was the best authority and what I am. I find really fascinating is how much we know through our body. Mind apparatus that we don't know but I think that it wasn't until I had like sort of externally sort of ratified bodily trauma which was the birth of my son who was born born and had had a very severe birth injury. It wasn't until I have sort of absolute proof that there had been something terrible that happened in my body that I was able to. You really accept this even though it always sort of that and it's really the sense that there's another layer another level another another plane or field That your truth make a different kind of sense on is always sort of what. I'm trying
Medical Tourism Broker Doctours Expands to 35 Countries
"The Bra I'm wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday July twenty fifth. Would you go to Mexico Thailand or Dubai for surgery. Well One L.. A. Startup is betting big that you will. The company is docked tours spell like Nick Diaz E. T. O. U.. R. S. Tours it connects patients with cheaper medical procedures overseas founder Kaylynn o'shaughnessy compares docked tours to the online site Angie's list except that instead of helping find a plumber she says. Doc Tours is helping you find a physician earlier this month. The company announced it can help patients find medical treatments in thirty five different countries o'shaughnessy began her career in the tourism business starting and selling an online travel company when he called trip scope in twenty seventeen she launched docked tours with funding from a handful of individual investors today the company claims customers using doctors online platform can locate in book three hundred thirty five different medical olen dental procedures along with the associated flights and lodging company takes a commission on your trip. It also pays a five percent commission to travel agents not only on the travel but also on the medical procedure itself according to Shaughnessy. See the entire medical tourism business is going great guns spurred by patients anxious to save money on notoriously high American medical expenses most patients seek elective procedures such as cosmetic surgery in vitro fertilization stem stem cell therapy still medical tourism isn't the healthcare panacea. It's been hyped to be prior to the passage of the affordable care act the industry looked to be on the upswing. It was heavily promoted to insurers and two large employers the idea companies he's could send their sick employees abroad preferably to places where one might WanNa vacation anyway saving the insurer or employer oodles of money but surveys show that most people don't want to travel more than thirty miles for surgery and so. Employees offered the benefit said a resounding no now few if any large insurers offer it still numbers are climbing if not as quickly as promised docked tours and other smaller medical tourism facilitators facilitators are targeting consumers paying for procedures themselves private payers choosing say a nose job have more incentive to find bargains abroad than do insured patients doc tours promises savings of up to eighty eight percent savings however vary by procedure and country the online site patients beyond borders estimates savings across the industry ranging from a low of twenty percent in Brazil to a high of eighty percent in Malaysia. Good statistics are hard to come by in part because of the nebulous definition of a medical tourist it doesn't include ex-pats or adventures who happen to get sick while traveling abroad for example upwards of one and a half million Americans became medical medical tourists last year though according to dock tours patients beyond borders estimates the number will rise to almost two million this year because the industry is still relatively new hype abounds for instance doctors claims medical and dental tourism is a four four hundred thirty nine billion dollar global market but that figure has been debunked according to the Medical Tourism Association the real number they report is closer to seventy billion dollars but this raises a question about the enterprise in a larger. Your sense Americans put their trust health system. That's highly regulated in the U._S.. How do you know how safe a procedure is overseas? And what legal recourse would you have. If something goes wrong doctor says most of their providers have international accreditation but they also don't take on any liability medical tourism may indeed be the right thing for you and as promoters say wouldn't you like to recover on a beach with a Pina Colada and but given the loosey-goosey nature of the price price market and safety claims will this much is for certain. You'd better do your homework before you get on that plane.
Five NY1 Anchors Allege Gender Discrimination in Lawsuit
"Five television hosts at New York. One are suing the local news network over claims of age and gender discrimination in a lawsuit filed today in Manhattan, federal court against owner, charter communications, the women accused the company of pushing them out to make room for younger replacements. The news anchors involved are Roma Tori, Kristin. Shaughnessy Janine Ramirez, Vivian Lee, and Amanda, fair Naci, the suit, seeks unspecified damages and a return to the positions, the women occupied before charter took control of New York, one in two thousand sixteen a charter spokesperson says the company takes the allegation seriously, but has found no merit to
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Invest Like the Best
"Methods stories and of strategies that will help you better. Invest both your time and your money, you can learn more and stay up to date and investor field guide dot com. Patrick O'Shaughnessy is the CEO of Shaughnessy asset management. All opinions expressed by Patrick and podcast, guests are solely their own opinions and do not reflect the opinion of O'Shaughnessy asset management, this podcast is for informational purposes, only and should not be relied upon as a basis for investment decisions clients of Shaughnessy asset management may maintain positions in the securities discussed in this podcast. My guest this week is Keith Wasserman co founder of the real estate investment from guilt. This was my first fully dedicated conversation on direct real estate investing. So we cover many different topics including the pros and cons of different types of real estate current valuations risk versus reward tax protection. And the most interesting emerging areas, you can tell Keith is not to preneurs heart. So I enjoyed his energy. And all that he has learnt please enjoy. Maybe we could begin with a sort of taxonomy of this world. So I know that guilt specializes in apartments and mobile homes. We'll we'll talk a lot about that in some detail. But but maybe you could begin by describing why those two were attractive and kind of wear those sit in an overall grouping or lineup of potential types of real estate investment question. And definitely we started with apartments due to the size. And when you're leasing -ment if it stays vacant for too long, essentially, just lower the rent a little bit, and you'll have someone that moves in my family's been involved in.
"shaughnessy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Eleven forty AM eastern. Dan, Shaughnessy Boston Globe. He'll join us. We'll talk about Tom Brady and the patriots. Also, he only voted for Mariano Rivera in the baseball of fame. We will talk baseball hall of fame coming up at one PM eastern 'cause they might call purity I called hypocrisy also Pro Bowl or what? Because Tom hates the Pro Bowl. I think he's totally overdoing it. It's a topic. We have to do every single time. This this year comes around or every single year. This time comes around. So we have to talk about it. And I think the Tom is being completely disingenuous about his hate about the Pro Bowl and illustration that coming up a little bit later on in the show, also fiber and questions twelve twenty pm eastern and Chad Brown will join us former NFL outside linebacker. You hear him in Denver. You watch him in Denver. He was down at the senior bowl throughout this week. Eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven. I'll tell you what should be done about all this here in a moment. But I want to hear. I Roger in Washington state when you wanna tell me about the refs and the replace replacement. Oh, get rid of both all of it. Yeah. Yeah. Play without quite play rock. I used to play when I was a kid. I played from sixty eight to eighty when I was in eighth grade, and I like playing with no referees. No, no replay. Wait a minute. Got. See you gotta cut me some slack day. Day. I I don't think I don't think you're wrong about the about the replay. Because it Chuck knoll was the originator. And I know I've said this on this show before Chuck knoll is the originator who told people you'd better be careful what you wish for about the replace because they were talking about they were talking about this in the nineties Roger. And he said eventually you're going to start looking for things in the replay that you weren't even supposed to fix in the first place, and he couldn't have been more right about it. And when people are saying well now you need to have replaced per passenger fares were to sit here and have replaced a pass interference. It's the same thing is holding. I could show you on every single play. I if I was if I was coach I could job the system at the right time to get a pass interference. And be able to get myself, an easy I down if I wanted to because I know that ninety percent of the place there's going to be something that's questionable whether it be pass interference. Or I'm sure they'll find it offensive whole during some of these place in your preaching to the choir played safety on TV for first time since I was in college ninety four ninety five here about a month ago. Fierce on every play out there. They're all I thought you shouldn't touch the player before the ball touches your hands. You know what I'm saying fares on every play. Now, there is no calling you. There's any I know for many fan out there. It was an agreed dismiss calling. Thank you very much for the call Roger degree, just air, absolutely horrible. But that's not the way to fix it. If you really wanna fix it. Put their heads on the line, you really want to fix this thing. Put him on it. Got rid of who Hugo crews earlier this season on a non false start. Call against the chargers earlier this year was the first refined in like twenty something thirty something years. You really wanna do it? They're two hundred dollars a year jobs, and I hate calling for people's jobs. I hate it. I absolutely hate it. There's a wife there's a kid there's health insurance there. I hate it. When we do it on social media well at and should be fired. Should they really be fired? Would you want to be fired for the same mistake? But these are two hundred thousand dollars a year jobs, and it's not like they're going into a referee factory. You're not working forty hours a week in the referee factory. I promise you if you can't do it at that level. I get that everybody makes mistakes. But if you can't do it find somebody else who can. If you put serious retribution in there that way because more replay. It's just gonna fog it up the mirror even more eight five five two one two four CBS more your calls coming up and also, and I wanna know what should be done about it and do sympathize with saints fans, even a week out, do you sympathize with saints fans, and also if you what Tom Brady gone better, not just hope he loses in the Super Bowl next week you better. Hope he gets his ask completely kicked can Carmen on CBS sports radio right now. It's the latest sports update with the sensational Darwin's Zuck..
Donald Trump sends 5,200 soldiers to US border to counter 'migrant caravan' just a week before midterms
"Entry said air force general Terence, oh Shaughnessy commander of the US northern command, which is responsible for the continental United States. This from the Wall Street Journal with the balance of power in congress up for grabs next Tuesday's Tuesday, President Trump has seized on the migrant caravan to rally his Republican supporters, close US Senate or house elections are being fought in the border states of Arizona, California, and Texas critics of the president said the use of active duty troops is a political gambit. And that the domestic deployment will degrade military readiness for defense abroad. The president said the deployment wasn't time for the election. Repeated his previous assertion the gang members and criminals were hiding among the migrants. He also made the point that he didn't start the caravan. Right. Said it's time for the caravan. It's not time for the election. He didn't create the caravan, right? In other news. Not good news. The US treasury department this from Bloomberg said government, borrowing this year will more than double from twenty seventeen to one point three four trillion dollars. Yeah. I don't know. What else to say? I'll read it. I read that for you. Yeah. I read that for you. Because it's I still find it amazing. Anyone cares? Nobody and I still find it amazing because in two thousand fifteen the whole swamp thing came because. Paul Ryan
Komo, Heather Kelly and Seattle discussed on First Light
"On tourism on the west coast Washington is teaming up with the Oregon and. California to let. Tourists no, it's, still safe to visit. All three states that far on the west coast tourism recovery coalition California. Says it's lost about twenty million dollars in July alone while, Oregon lost, fifty one million dollars? Due to wildfires last year Washington officials say they,