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"snow valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Let's be honest, just because you're in a DH that works with the vice president. You may never really come in contact with them If you work in a big company. When's the last time you saw your GM, But it's the last time he knew your name. Wake up call. I mean, really mornings at five K f. I If I am sick forties Conway show George Noory is coming up next Georges on a big show tonight, Man. First couple hours. The numbers lady joins us to tell us a little bit about ourselves. And then later on in the show. We're going to do some dream interpretations on coast to coast. I'll be there, Man. Love the numbers, Lady when she on 1st 1st 2. Great. All right, I'll be there, but Got it. There goes George. Nor with the numbers, Lady. Like the numbers Lady fell about numbers. That lady That's something that my wife loves. Numbers, Lady. Numbers ladies on But George Noory, all right. This is the only one. He did that for this thing that stupid things down, love getting spending Beach ball again. I gotta call my guys. This is interesting we have this week is supposed to be like the coldest week. In literally like a decade, all throughout Southern California. Up in in snow summit in the mountain areas they got 20 inches of snow in snow Valley 20 inches of snow. In Snow Valley, adding another 10 to 13, maybe even 15 inches of manmade powder. So if you're looking to ski and you have tomorrow for Veterans Day slide up there about they're open. And I'm sure if they're not open yet they'll be open this weekend. Really a cool place? All right. For all you people in the look at me business, there's going to be an altar beaut opening up and target. I'm so so excited about there. You really Yes. So when you go to target, you can have your hair down there sure, Or is it just that they're going to sell their products from pole to there? I would love if they had their in store salon there. I've got my hair done there many times, but really, Is it expensive? It's you know, it's it's a salon, but it's not over the top and they have AH, tunnel you know, it's make alters like its own makeup in hair stores, So why not put it in the place while spending our time anyway? A target. I love how big it is, because when I go there with my wife or daughter, I don't feel like I'm just crammed into one corner. No huge. That is a great idea to whoever came up with like the It's like the target of Look at me. Right, Let's get into Ah Alta Beaut opening up in 100 targets this morning, the nation's largest beauty chain announced plans to place shops and more than 100 target stores in the middle of next year. Alter Beauty says that the stores will be next to targets Existing beauty sections..
"snow valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Then she goes well, What's the bass played this that humping and jumping and Robin Wright and bone bone boom. I nailed everyone him. She's like I still don't believe you get snow. Yeah. Can I got some snow mark real quickly we did this last night. And I want to just a whip around with you many whip with just Mark Thompson Snow Valley last night. I don't think they're an advertiser, not plugging away here. Had How many inches of snow over the weekend. Oh, below. Big bear. Right? Right, right. Um, they did really well, I'm betting it's a number that I can't even get my head around. Good. Say maybe I'm gonna guess. Six inches. Very close. 20 inches. Oh, my God. Is that right that you believe And then they're putting another valley got that says that little running springs I drove by us exactly right. I drove by Snow Valley in the late summer early fall totally bare. It was like 105 degrees up there. The fires were burning out in the desert and smoke was coming into the big bear area and literally A month and a half later. 20 inches of snow. It's no valley and expecting another 10 to 15 inches of manmade snow on top of that, Wow, that's on. Really? Yeah. It's cold enough to do some, You know, serious manmade snow making they can really, you know, you need Certain conditions to prevail. Obviously, it's gonna be cold enough, but also in certain humidities and all this other stuff, and it's just perfect. I think first. No making right now. Yeah, I think you're right. Let's get into so it's on TV. Right here in the other car involved, they say is shooting on the 10 Freeway. 1 10 free with four people inside. It was last seen North bound on the 1 10 at Gage, Okay. This is something that is going to continue to happen. Whenever it happens like this. That happens in waves. I don't understand it. But about 15.
"snow valley" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast
"I guess neither routes both of them, the Crimson and the worked versions are just decorative like there's no other real function. Effectively, they gross yet the net rains of gross grass. So so the sheer thing makes sense what I was wondering if there might be a two if people wanted to have the Mac more like flowers in that, that could be a natural source of. sci-fi for the worked version and I want to say Magenta die because while the roots are crimson nothing else that's called Crimson. In the Crimson forest outside of the Netherworld blocks or read their most of it is like a purple. But it'd be neat if you can have the nether, be the sources of these unnatural dis dis that you have to make by combining other dies in in real life, and then maybe they could return to the floor design but I, can I can appreciate the people that like well now, my shifting Florida's doesn't work, but I also say like, well, what were you using these four because they don't they're just decorative. and. Also. And this dawned on me this past weekend. There's no version of the was it the sprouts? There's no crimson sprouts. No, it's just won't sprouts which is and they're not. They're not even cold what they are called. Nether sprouts Snow Valley you only for them and walked by oems but they are specifically called Nether. Sprint speakers. They aren't part of the warped family which is yeah. It seems like a strange concept to have there's no the gross and there's other nether gross you know. But I think it's kind of cool. I like those sprints actually if you want to use them as like frosty like morning frost gross in like a mountain by Omar Snow by on them I think those look really nice in those areas combined with the kind of bluish-gray Gross Kelly you get there. So I can keep some of those around. You might find a more useful than you think if you working on something aesthetic. Oh. Yes. I was thinking more functionality. I think they're also very attractive and working decoration, but like you don't need hundreds of them. necessarily. Very cool. Writes Let's get into the junk mail for the week we have some listener e email to read. We actually have quite a few smaller emails here, which is kind of fun for our. Hundred episode just to kind of throw in a few different things into the pot. This comes from Coco, who's eight landscape artist member and over. I'll patriot and the subject as loot chest banners and says, Hey, soy listened to episode nine, thousand, nine today and the loot chest conversation gave me an idea..
"snow valley" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Next thing, remember they? They won two tournaments two regular season Mac championships. They won the match West eight times over during his tenure. He's one four hundred twenty eight Games during his college coaching, career and Steve Hawkins joins us here on the all ball pod hawk. How are you? I'm doing well. How much self! I'm good. I'm trying to think back. Snow Valley but I. Don't remember why I'm here and I don't remember if you were actually my head coach or simply a coach there because I'll tell you why want to get to do what? What do you remember, but I Snow Valley Basketball Westmont College in Santa, Barbara, what are your memories when I bring that camp up? Do you really want me to say. That, you like. Everybody knows I was an asshole when I was a kid. I'm an asshole now. So what's the difference at? Okay, we'll in good. You can say about yourself. No it was Snow Valley Basketball Camp and Gosh Almighty I'm GonNa say late. Eighties maybe maybe early nineties and Charlie Sands and heard Lizzie the outstanding. The directors of the camp come to me after about day. One of this particular weaken said Hey, listen. We got a kid. Okay, and I'm telling you now. He's a pain in the ASS but we think you're the guy to handle them. And, I said okay, so they put they put you on my team and You weren't an issue. Yeah, you question things. You went an issue at all so? From then on so I don't know how you were I mean I'm going to say middle school maybe. I went there i. went there I think from like. Time. I was ten or eleven, probably till I was like fourteen. Maybe maybe they'll let me so part of the deal was this. I think it was a Freebie. Right, so. It's it's one thing to be a pain. The like I was more of a pain in the ass in the dorms, just playing pranks and being jackass ever taking out the slats of bunks, putting icy, hot, and in a roommates underwear like that that kind of stuff. Right like not now. I love basketball like that wasn't the issue. It was just you know I like to. That was my way of having a good time. But, it's one thing to be a pain in the ASS. It's nothing when everybody else's parent is paying probably at the time three hundred bucks, and you're not you know your your dad's doing grads and and I. Don't know if you remember. They used to be two sessions, and so you know one session would end on like a Saturday midday, and the next session would start on a Sunday afternoon, and so I would stay for the. The, My Dad, my dad would take me up and drop me off and then hey, will come get him in two weeks right so then so like they're doing a solid of letting you stay for that extra day when no one's around all these things for you're doing it for free and then yeah, you're paying the ass in the dorm so I I think that's why irritated herb and Charlie more than more than anything else. I think he. It was it was a boot camp? It was unbelievable. I I've been working for a company called Sports World that ran all of John Wooden camps, and as long as Pat Riley's at the time. people like that and I was working I was my that was my summer job, and then I and then I. Found about Snow Valley through a mutual friend, also work these camps up. There was like holy cow country club. Nothing cooked wooden camps where country club, but the first session of Snow Valley was. Six Am. And the last game went off at midnight. You know so. It was I. Remember Travelers. Sam's coming out and saying hey. To Campers as four hundred campers there sleep is overrated. Now's the first line every week at Camp in the campaign. Go crazy and. Then yeah, it was, it was solid. That's for sure. Yeah I first day and a half. No basketball, right, you do shooting drills. No basketball footwork defense spacing all a little things. This isn't this honest question? I don't know if you know the answer they still have. They sold Snow Valley the the Westmont version of it and she to the Nike Camps, whatever and there's also one at UC Santa Barbara. There's one in Iowa I've been told. Some of the same coaches run it. Are there this summer. Are there any? Other basketball camps like that around period, and are there any basketball camps that are going to be around this summer? No I don't think that they're number one on Snow Valley I'm not sure what happened to it. I I believe that and I. Don't WanNA speak completely out of place here Doug but I believe that snow valid. There was a guy named Don show Walter who's very very heavy with with USA basketball and he used to work tremendous person and used to work coach witness camps with them as well and I believe that he got involved with no valley. And that may be the I because he was high school coach at Iowa, but in terms of camps I don't know of anybody that has been cleared because of Covid I don't know of anybody that has been cleared to have. Basketball Camps the summer I spoke with Mick Cronin out at UCLA We texted back and forth, and I know they weren't having any. That was as Gosh Almighty maybe three four weeks ago. How what was that? How did you get to boot work? John Wooden can't because I know you got a chance to be really close with coach wooden especially in the summers. How'd that come to be? Yeah, as I was, I was coaching in southern. California was I just graduated from high.
"snow valley" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Riley's at the time People like that and I was working. I was my that was my summer job and then I and then I found about snow valley through a mutual friend. Also work these camps up. There was like holy cow Country Club nothing cooked wooden camps. Where Country Club but The First Session of Snow Valley was six. Am The last game. Went off at midnight. You know so it was I REMEMBER TRAVELERS. Sam's coming out and saying hey to campers as four hundred campers there Sleep is overrated. Now's the first line every leak it campaign the campaign go crazy and then Yeah it was it was solid. That's for sure. Yeah I first day and a half. No basketball right. You do shooting drills no basketball footwork defense spacing all a little things. This isn't this honest question. I don't know if you know the answer. They still have. They sold Snow Valley The the Westmont version of it and she to the Nike camps whatever and there's also one at UC Santa Barbara. There's one in Iowa I've been told some of the same coaches run. It are there this summer. Are there any other basketball camps like that around period and are there any basketball camps that are going to be around this summer no? I don't think that they're number one on Snow Valley. I'm not sure what happened to it. I I believe that and I don't WanNA speak completely out of place here. Doug but I believe that snow valid there was a guy named Don Show Walter. Who's very very heavy with With USA basketball and he used to work Tremendous person and used to work Coach witness camps.
"snow valley" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"He's one four hundred twenty eight Games during his college coaching career into Seahawk and joins us here. The Ball pod hawk. How are you? I'm doing well Doug how about yourself? I'm good. I'm trying to think back Snow Valley but I don't remember what year and I don't remember if you're actually my head coach or simply a coach there because I'll tell you why I want to do what. What do you remember? I Snow Valley Basketball Westmont College in Santa Barbara. What what are your memories when I bring that camp up Do you really want me to say it? You can go like everybody knows. I was an asshole when I was a kid. I'm an asshole now. So what's the okay? Well then good you can say about yourself. No it was Snow Valley Basketball Camp. And Gosh Almighty I'm GonNa say late eighties maybe Maybe early nineties and Charlie Sands and heard lives easy Outstanding the directors of the camp Come to me after about Day One Of this particular week and say listen. We got a kid. Okay and I'm telling you now. He's a pain in the ASS But we think you're the guy to handle them and I said okay so they put they put you on my team and You earn additional. Yeah you question things but You Win an issue at all so from then on so I don't know how you were. I mean I'm going to say Middle School. Maybe I went there. I went there I think from like time. I was ten or eleven probably till I was like fourteen. Maybe maybe they'll let me in. Part of the deal was this. I think it was a Freebie right. So it's it's one thing to be a pain the at like I was more of a pain in the ass in the dorms just playing pranks and being jackass you know. Whatever taking out the slats of bunks putting icy hot and in in like roommates under attack. That kind of stuff like not now came to the work. I love basketball like that was in the issue. It was just. That was my way of having a good time. But it's one thing to be a pain in the ASS. It's nothing when everybody else's parent is paying probably at the time. Three hundred bucks. And you're not you know your your Dad's getting you in gratis. And and I don't know if you remember they used to be two sessions and so you know one session would end on like a Saturday. Midday and the next session would start on a Sunday afternoon and so I would stay for my dad. My Dad would take me up and dropped me off and then hey will come get him in two weeks right so then so like they're doing a solid of letting you stay for that extra day when no one's around doing all these things for doing it for free and then yeah you're paying the ass in the dorm so I I think that's why irritated herb and and Charlie more than more than anything else I think he was. It was a boot camp. It was unbelievable. I I've been working for a company called Sports World That ran all John Wooden camps and as long as Pat Riley's at the time People like that and I was working. That was my. That was my summer job. And then I and then I found out about Snow Valley Through a mutual friend that also worked these camps went up there was like holy cow country club not cooked wouldn't camps where country club but The First Session of Snow Valley was six. Am You know in the last game went off at midnight? I remember I was coming out and saying. Hey listen to campus as four hundred campers there Sleep is overrated. Now's the first line every week at Camp and the campaign. Go crazy and Yeah it was it was solid. That's for sure. Yeah first day and a half no basketball right you do shooting gills no basketball footwork defense spacing all things. He's this is a this an honest question. I don't know the answer. They still have. They sold Snow Valley The the Westmont version of it and to the Nike camps whatever and there's also WANNA UC Santa Barbara. There's one in Iowa been told some of the same coaches RU- run it. Are there like this summer? Are there any basketball basketball camps like that around period and are there any basketball camps that are going to be around this summer no? I don't think that they're number one on Snow Valley. I'm not sure what happened to it. I believe that and I don't want to speak completely out of place here. Doug but I believe that snow valid there was a guy named Don Show walser. Who's very very heavy with With USA basketball and he used to work tremendous person and I used to work Coach wooden with them as well and I believe that he got involved with Snow Valley and That may be the I because he was a high school coach at Iowa but in terms of camps I don't know of anybody That has been cleared because Kobe. I don't know of anybody that has been cleared to have basketball camps summer I spoke with Mick Cronin out at UCLA. We texted back and forth. And I know they weren't having any and that was as else. Gosh Almighty maybe three four weeks ago. How was that? How did you get to to Work John? Wooden can't because I know you got a chance to be really close with coach. Wouldn't especially in the summers had that. Come to be yeah As I was I was coaching in southern California. I was I just graduated from high school's Fledgling football career was was done because of knee injuries and and So it was going to enter junior college and had to get into my parents. Were on my about getting a job and I always knew I always wanted to coach and and Not to get too deep into we've done this but basically I found a job board and there was a a freshman coach. Spot available at Villanova prep high school up in Ojai California and then I did that for year and I met a guy there that had worked coach wooden camps and He gave me a brochure and and apply I used to. I went to coach wouldn't camps kid and I applied to to work there the first summer as a counselor then the next summer about halfway through they promoted being to what was called the head counselor which is basically the assistant director of the camps so about four and there was more than one of. Us I was I did. I ended up doing the rest of the entirety of the time that he has the camps there and that California Lutheran College in thousand oaks and That's really how it came to be now. The the big perk working coach wooden camps for me when I was. When you're that title that counselor job the big the big perk was. You picked him up every morning and you took him home every afternoon and It was during that time that we got to be. We got to be pretty close. It's about a half hour. Drive from thousand oaks to is Condo in Encino and So we got to know each other pretty well. It was during that time also is beloved wife now. had passed away and so coach was Coach was very open During that time and we got to be The obviously was a confidante. You obviously by mentor many ways. He was like my second father. But at the same time He became a friend and we bought him back here to Kalamazoo As a matter of fact To Western Michigan Me spoke at a fundraiser. For us and two thousand six to help To help our team take a foreign trip and and it just became a wonderful relationship that it got to a point where Oh gosh There was probably a time where you know not two or three weeks went by that. I didn't speak to him Whether it be about life whether it be just checking in with them or whether it be basketball wise and I'll tell you you know if you if you have ever spend any time around coaching. What most people know now as as you ended up. Pyramid of success. That's what is really carried over As part of his legacy there are people teaching. Yeah you know the Pyramid of success everywhere in different versions of it And and certainly and rightfully so but at the same time when you got coach involved even as he got a lot older when you got coach involved conversation about basketball. His ice changed. I mean the the competitiveness really came back His jaw got that in and he became competitive again and he loved to talk. Basketball still was the most interesting thing he said about basketball. Boy Where do you begin there? I think I think that the biggest things that I took away from from him on the basketball front was that it one one time. He told me it took him About anywhere between three and four hours to plan to our practice and and the he put as much time planning practices that Much longer planning is practices than he did. Actually conducting them and and so You know that was one thing that you so the preparation part He took care for years. Something crazy. You've been around basketball your whole life. It's the here's something crazy. Think about you have your back. Fan Practices started October. The fifteen you know whenever the Games began. I I don't know but let's say you had a month Before before practice they never scrimmaged except for one day. A week It's not like playing was a privileged and so it was all about preparation and Then when he Enduring Those scrimmages leading up to the first game. He would make sure that everybody you'll soon back also when you have freshmen team and J team. He would make sure that everybody had played the exact same. Amount of minutes in scrimmage time against everybody else and with everybody else He didn't want anybody to have an unfair advantage For instance okay. Well you got to play with at that time Louis off Alexander so you talked a lot better Or Bill Walton. So you looked a lot better. He made sure that everybody has the exact amount of time. It's preparation with something. That really stood out to me. Why did you retire when he did? He feel like he retired so really good so much more to offer you know. I've heard him answer that million times. I don't have anything I I really. You know all of those conversations in the car I mean in the morning we were. We were together. We were alone a lot Because it was so early when you picked him up then it was just The majority of the time it was simply a conversation about what had happened giving him an update on camp But in the afternoon that was the time that you were almost never Along with a that's when he used that amount of time to for interviews it could be it. Could be a sportswriter. It could be a coach. It could be anybody. WanNa don't interview with on I would pick them up there account Lutheran and we would drive to Encino. I got to hear all of those questions asked and and And to hear him answer all of those and whenever it came to that question about retirement. His answer was unwavering He said that until that game then tell the semi final game That year in seventy five. I believe it was. He retired When they won he was on his way to the media and and before he went into the media. He said that he really told the team that he that he loved them. And that They have been one of the easiest teams yet ever head coach and that was something to say for the very last team that he would ever coach. Ucla and everybody was shot and he said that he did not know he was going to say it until he said it. And and you know what was the right thing to do? And he never regretted. It never looked back. So you get there and haunting Zia Coffee. Guy Was the guy we smoke cigarettes like like what I like to me. That's more interesting than anything else..
"snow valley" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Neighbor just home from the war complains about the noise of people screaming taught in the wire. Get me out of here no I I guess we can assume that the skiers are yelling and noisy. It reminds him of Charlie no fortunates maybe he's got PTSD. Of course we know now everyone from Vietnam had ptsd and he complains to local authorities and there is a noise ordinance and that's finally thing shuts down snow. Valley is one broken vet but it wasn't going well anyway after how long. How long was the run in two to three days? Oklahoma had skiing for two three days in the winter of nineteen. Seventy one and people still talk about this day the the Did he dismantle all of the the huddle houses and and the rope tow from the description of the concession stands out houses that can be knocked over by a single skier. I Yeah I think it was probably pretty flimsy. Anyway it was like the train cars of the region today. If you go there the you know the brush and the trees have grown back on the hills you can still see the flat area. That was great for the parking lot. But there's really almost no sign left of the three days of unhappy painful skiing. It is there any record of how many people actually bought a lift ticket during the during the three day run. I would love to know how many people were. There was it. Fifty was it. Five hundred it was is enough to make enough noise that we still recall that that bothered this private but yes but also enough that there there are still some locals who remember the summer they got to work at the popcorn stand for three short days and that concludes Snow Valley Oklahoma Entry One one. Eight to J B two four one nine certificate ticket number one seven three nine eight in the omnibus. It also hopefully concludes the POKEMON deal for Dell Fox E. X. agreed on x and the evil. Tom Hayden Unlikely event that you grow up to be normal. Adult facebook twitter twitter and instagram are archived at Omnibus Project. Hayden if you want to know more about your friend. Dylan's father you can go to his twitter account at Ken Jennings and if you'd like to know more about me a scary other adult you can go to at Jonrak you'll learn a lot and maybe it will help you grow. Maybe the wrong things. Also you can go to instagram and see just how scary I am at John Rocker. You can email US Hayden. Do not email us you. We know where Ken lives. And I don't want to hear from you at the omnibus project at G. Milta- if you're on facebook which has a young person I'm sure you're I certainly not. There is no kick page for omnibus. I don't even think there is kick pages or pages but Hayden. I would suggest that you tell your cops and robbers playing parents to go to omnibus future. LLINGS facebook page and hang out with other adults that liked to play fun games. You could take tick tock break open a facebook account hidden. It wouldn't kill you. You should go around to all your friends and collect different things that you would like to give two.
"snow valley" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"In Oklahoma and of course northeastern Oklahoma is kind of hilly so he starts driving around in Chile. It's gotta be and it's got to be chilly so. He spends just months driving around northern Oklahoma checkout climate and terrain. He's only visiting his his in laws here. Is he deciding like this. He thinks maybe this is his big slight like he's he's been skiing since nineteen thirty eight. He's a veteran. You Know Oh you can't do that forever. He's moved into ski. Management Ski Instruction but this would be his business and there'd be no competitor he'd be getting on the ground floor of Oklahoma skiing. Hi No competitors for seven hours in every direction it's pretty brilliant move and this is not a populated area. There's blends is not not populated with with people with a known propensity towards Ski Weekend Right Right Right. So there's a couple of difficulties getting enough people and then convincing Oklahoma that they want to ski right. Maybe the idea is because there's nobody for seven hours around. You have a big radius right. Maybe he'll be drawing in Texans and Louisianans Arkansans wins and you know people from all over well. The other thing is that skiers tend to think that the appeal of skiing is self evident right like you don't need to convince people to to ski building. It's right there skiing. I think he may have overestimated that just because of his his personal blinders of of growing up and ski culture for decades. He thought if this was there of course everyone would want this because he comes from ski land right so he's gotta find a spot. He spends months searching for a spot in one week alone. He drives three thousand miles checking out different potential in Oklahoma. I mean he's obviously not in a straight line or he would leave Oklahoma. Sure he's driving around different towns back roads. I mean that's a long way to drive. That's every Rhode Thousand Miles. It's like a practical. He's making the little tiny turns and jogs. Yeah that number makes it look like. He is seeing a lot of rural Oklahoma and finally finally in Kelly Ville Oklahoma. He finds a likely looking hill. I mean it's a it's a cow pasture and it would have to be cleared of all the trees and brush but he can kind of see. There's the area we can. We can grade parking. Those of the trees we cut down. We can put a tow rope here. And so he leases seven acres from local rancher smart. He didn't buy it right so he's not. He doesn't have the blinders on but he thinks he's got three. Eh slopes there and this is not far from Tulsa. We should say right. It's it's it's close to a big town. There are big cities. You could draw people from now today. I assume a lot of these midwestern cities are maybe full of not full of but have quite a few transplanted coastal folks therefore work. Americans are more for Mobile. Today they changed jobs more often. Now let me get angry. Letters from future links at at at characterizing Tulsa Oklahoma's mid western city. You think the Midwest ends up the Kansas Oklahoma border I do. I'm almost one of those people that would that would argue that. The prairie states aren't part of the Mid West. But I'm no I'm your mid West is Ohio. Kind of go certainly is Ohio. What's the center of the Midwest you? I'm going to say that the mid West is as Ohio's Indiana brought the center. She'll go I would say Chicago's the center of the Midwest. Would you call Kentucky part of the Midwest absolutely not but concession. You would say okay. I think we've done this before the fact that I think of. Kansas is the quintessential Midwest. And maybe that's just wizard of Oz. Asphalt right makes me want to give Oklahoma or at least the least Texan parts of Oklahoma by but there are people in Iowa that are going to say that Iowa is a prairie state. Not a midwestern state are we is it on controversial Senate Oklahoma's a prairie state or is a two five. Oklahoma would be a prairie state. Because it's true that wants Mata southern once we get into the Texas panhandle or even northeast. Texas I don't think that is the Midwest whatever. The line is to meet somewhere in Oklahoma New Mexico. It was a southwestern state yes western Texas the southwest. But are you going to put Oklahoma as a southwestern state no no time it was. Oklahoma is a cowboy state which to me says prairie but but maybe prairie isn't it should be. I think prairie should be region anyway today the prairie region. Okay let's call. Let's call and other other parts of what the coastal folks would say or Flyover America. The big cities of of non coastal. America are full of transplant. Who liked the lower house pros prices and have found a job? They're a Nike. Seventy less mobility future links are going to call all this the platte see guys giant ocean. That'll be a nice break for that after the dust bowl it'll be it'll be more trucks and he's headed to California but but they'll be all wet will be party barges so so you're suggesting that there are people win. Oklahoma who have who have some kind of like the digital memory of schemes and many fewer in one thousand nine hundred seventy well and the thing is mobility ability tends to work the other way people from Oklahoma go to San Francisco to let their freak flag. Well I mean that totally outnumbers them. But I'm just saying there's probably probably more people movie the media there's more people moving to these regional cities today than there were back. Then people moved less than right. That's right you'd get a job with whatever in Chicago and stay there your whole life. You'd get a job at Diet. Dr Pepper Inc Company. They spun off their diet to its its own. And so the Willow Sparrow. His wife have big dreams. They're gonNA open for the winter of Nineteen seventy-one They're going to have to offer. Instruction there's going to be rentals because obviously Oklahoma Zone on their skis. But that's a lot of infrastructure to import and bill. It really really is he wants to have a slide. He wants to have a kind of a small shallow. What he calls a Huddle House? Is that a skiing term. That's what the article says. Maybe he wants to have any quote huddle house where people can relax around a fire up risky but we do use the term house to describe ski lodges like we had one called the roundhouse which was round. Is there less huddling. We did a lot although you WANNA huddle with a lodge daylight. Ski Lodge is what we call them. Dan Lodge Judge Soul and he's and he's he's got sinus bragging about how there's going to be there you know there's a slow three hundred foot five hundred foot tower. Oh seven hundred fifty foot tall. These seem that long to me as a non skier. No I mean the Bunny hills and you spend much time on the rope as you do on the slope. Is that not a skiing saying. I've never heard that before but I like it feels like it applies across a whole lot of different our around the rope a second on.
"snow valley" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"You get the right texture. How how you spray it? On the hill there must be a lot of logistics and infrastructure. Involved in that's right and I assume he had some experience with that at big bear with you know northern California have needed artificial snow at at the time so years of experience artificial snow and he's obviously one of these guys who thinks this is the future and while he was visiting his parents Sorry his wife's parents big difference. It is and they shouldn't be the same people even Oklahoma home during this visit he got to talking with. His wife's parents started doing some math and he realized that although the the weather in Oklahoma is moderate that with artificial snow. You don't need to many freezing temperatures. He decided that if he just had ten nights where the temperatures drop below zero he could operate a ski resort for thirty days on artificial snow really. Once once temperatures interest fall below freezing it would only take eight hours with the system. He had in place for like eight hours to cover five acres with five inches of snow and and then if the temperature went up to thirty seven degrees he could maintain wouldn't be enough to melt. Yeah I guess that five inches gives them enough of base as that he can maintain and so all he needed was a suitably hilly spot and he felt like he had the snow making apparatus to run a ski resort in Oklahoma and of course northeastern Oklahoma is kind of hilly so he starts driving around in Chile. It's gotta be and it's got.
"snow valley" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"He decided to sweeten the deal like rear pokey more a Dell foxy the X. Agreed-on X.. Two on tally ex. I asked the Dolans specifically I need to know which pokemon cards and he said why. And I said because I'm GONNA mention them on the show and now Dylan's all of a sudden backtracking a little bit right now realizes absolutely I have to ask Hayden cards words. Yes no it is not detail is the engine that drives journalism and storytelling. Did he start to feel like you. Maybe we're going to shame him on this show so I think he was starting to see this shape up and he wasn't sure if this was worth Adele Fox. Es Hayden although right now basking in the basking in the mention of his name is going to is. He's going to rule that he ever walked into two kinds of teens. There are the teens love to have the spotlight of adult attention gleaming on them right and then there are others who you realize the kind of what how how iffy and how compromised I think the spotlight of adult attention can be. Let's drop it. Let's drop the needle on the record right there and say these are seventeen year olds who are playing with pokemon. What is is going on? I shouldn't have graduated to cars or girls or something. The funny thing about Dylan is that he had an amazing Pokemon card collection and at some point and then he turned nine and was like. I don't need these anymore. And gave him do a buddy or gave him to goodwill or whatever you probably worth a million dollars and then we ah today in today's money. Yes are you kidding. No I think I think there might have been I think back. Then there were they were still being made by. I don't know how to Pokemon episode there at some point. They were being made by wizards of the coast. The magic the gathering collectible dose of those people and we're friendly with them and they that's a local outfit. Magic was a local product. And I think because of that you know these cards are now rare just as we said stamps and coins a rare if they have different trim or right you know so the look of the cards changed and now the old-timey ones how some cash that the fifty seven Chevy was made by Ford extremely rare. But then I think it may have happened again. We're dealing in regard into POK mon the pokemon fat at some point. Because is that what happened. The third time it happened. Yes it was pokemon go and now he's got a girlfriend and they go play pokemon go with with her parents. Pokemon go to your girlfriend's house. His his girlfriend is a sweet gal and she's she's really Nice Lady and she's unclear why she's dating has been welcomed calmed into your family and a really nice way. See her around there. All the time vice versa dylan often wants to bail on whatever. Activity is because his girlfriend's parents are playing pokemon. Go what Seattle Center and we we find that kind of. That's as close as we get to some wholesome family activities so wholesome at one level but also. I don't know very concerning turning at another level if they were playing backgammon. Of course we'd be all for it. Yes yes go play backgammon with your girlfriend's dad but if you if you if your if your a girl friends dad is playing cops and robbers with you that seems like so. It's not even the tech that concerns you. It's the real life immersive aspect now like we're going to the Seattle Center to play cops robbers. The my friends parents want to count. Yeah I'll just drive down there because I'm seventeen years old so hayden presumably as also part of this strange group of of of people who almost could fighting a war but are instead to keep eventual. Cookie kids are months away from being able to vote. That's threat. These children will be able to vote many of them in the two thousand ten twenty Presidential Action Dole will not. He'll be a week away from being eighteen. which is good one? Vote for trump. Ah But but I do feel like there's a there's less Jill Stein vote. There's a kind of a trope right now among people generation X. Bummer the the Gen X. boomer access yeah where there's a lot of sort of virtue signaling. Praise for a young people that's happening in the culture like the young people are amazing. got a cover there so smart. Let's give the young people power or and I'm like do not give young people power. What are you talking about? You remember being young person like of course they seem virtuous they have no they have only like five ideas ideas. Trust several young people. I trust a neuro typical Scandinavian children. That are concerned about global warming glaciers. The very nice but I would not give that child the keys to my house they say. Will you look after my house for you. Give Greta Thunberg your Domino's pizza buzzer. I many pizzas. She would would you give Greta Thunberg the password. The computer no like Gee I wish he looks very serious. I think maybe she would do my taxes right. She seems capable. Maybe Malala would would get my I My my charitable giving order. Maybe maybe the thing is my high school girlfriend. Kelly would have been absolutely trustworthy but she was my girlfriend and she would have invited me over to your house. She would be there doing your taxes and I would be like licking the the frosting out of breath of your frosted good. When you're a parent you actually come to enjoy what what is bashed in the media as the perpetual adolescence lessons of the rising generation right? Because you don't want your kids out Trying rave-drug day trading sure You and penny stocks that all combination you want playing cops and robbers the Seattle Center. Sure because it seems like the amount of trump keeps them out of trouble anyway all this by way of saying that in ten thousand years the microbe people are going to be. You're listening to Oklahoma Lor and I think they deserve to know that Snow Valley may not have made it into the omnibus on its own merits. Because it's almost entirely down the media meme whole unless you're from northeast North Central Oklahoma. It's a fascinating story. We'll know it's interesting to me. Is that if Dylan had if dylan had the wisdom of an adult. Instead of that of a child he would have contacted me about this story. Because I would have been like both Novelli Oklahoma thanks dylan but instead he went to his dad who I mean if he had come to you with some some story about how calculus is is used as a aphrodisiac. You would have been like. Yeah sure. But it's a ski story in Oklahoma. Here's wheelhouse yeah and he loves skiing. You Love Oklahoma. Homa he picked the host. That was going to that. was going to turn this into an episode about embarrassing his kid what. You're seeing the combination of two impulses that a lot of teams have or specifically in Dylan which is his desire for things for pokemon cards and his and his fear of of you. This fear of intimidating adults. And I'm I'm curious Dylan obviously has not found collecting and playing pokemon to inhibit inhibit his his appeal as a potential mate. Right like this is not going to who inhibit his ability to breed right. Even if you're nerd friends are into your nerd hobby. You realize the girls may not be engineered hockey but that may be a relic of our generation. Yeah right I mean the the kids that I knew that. Spend a lot of time trying to figure out how to make a broad sword. The assumption was that they would never have children the thing about making tekken exclusively male. Aol Province is. We often talk about how you know how it disenfranchised generations of women. That's the problem. We I still see today in in stem fields in the old boys network. That's built up around a lot of these professional angles but to think of the real victims. It's not teenage boys who could have been dating all this time if they're if they're if they're potential girlfriends had just been into star trek deep space nine as much as they were. That's right here and the thing is you know what did help You in the dating world in the nineteen eighties. At least in my experience peyote skiing skiing. And and skiing on Peyote like instead of snow or skiing under. Let's get enough peyote together that you are skiing on it. You're a big wheel. Is that a true story. Was There in Alaska in your youth. was there a lot an Ara of desirability and masculinity that surrounded skiing for whatever reason the nineteen seventies indies and eighties. Were were an era where skiing was ascendant. As a as a sport that communicated a kind of preppy upper middle classless and primarily because it's expensive and also the gear is expensive and it requires that you often travel long distances to do it and have a place to stay when you're there. I mean everything about skiing makes it not accessible and so it was a signifier of. It's a sport. The tries to keep people out that's very nature but also on a mountain. It's hard and so you exhibit prowess in addition to wealth and the prowess in a in a sexy glamorous way you know like James Bond could never play soccer against against an adversary but he could certainly only tried to out ski their henchmen and this is a great thing about skiing. And it's why appealed to me so much is that it is a solitary sport. I mean you're on a team. You're racing but but as soon as you start to move on Skis you're by yourself and you could be surrounded by other skiers but you are. You are alone. That's me all the time. You Know Need Ski Gig issue here. You're alone in your bubble until you come to a stop you know until you're down in the lodge and and and drinking hot cocoa so that appeals to a lot of people myself included loaded. Well speaking of driving long distances to have this experience this bubble experience. I take you now to Kelly Ville Oklahoma located in like like I said kind of North Central Northeast Oklahoma founded in eighteen. Ninety two by man named Kelly who Oklahoma was still Indian territory in eighteen ninety two capital. I Capital Capital T.. Indian territory on maps sure because it was the place that all these tribes were relocated because despite your insistence that Oklahoma is a great place to live. We hadn't found oil. There is no harm in placing Indians from Florida. To the DAKOTAS right. Nobody wants to live here of pre oil discovery After which we do episode on the the The osage Indian massacres of Oklahoma. And absolutely and I I don't laugh I laugh a rueful laugh right because it's a it is a sort of Tale H. H. B. O.. Is Getting into forgotten Oklahoma racism as well. They only tens of million million dollars into that watching. TV show. which is then you would think about? Oklahoma's troubled racial past. Had No idea. I haven't why I just assumed it was about the get an ink blot for a face. I don't think we can do the Tulsa massacre slash riots anymore. Just because it's common child in America now knows it. Oh Wow okay well. Maybe I should watch that show. Telly Ville Mr Kelly got permission from the bureau fairs or whatever to found a trading post or general store I get you guys get rich off the off the tribes like deadwood and grew into a town at some point You know had its own bank. You can post office and Cotton Gin. I guess must be must be cotton fields nearby but the depression hit Oklahoma. Kinda hard as you may know. And and so the population began to decline to the twentieth century for a long time it was on the storied route. Sixty six which is what kept it afloat. Oh it's on sixty six still on sixty day on. Fortunately totally sixty six sixty six. Everybody takes the interstate and that didn't help as well in fact in probably until this day the most famous thing that ever happened in Kelly Ville is the worst train disaster in Oklahoma history. History is an increasingly narrowing. So you're ready. The worst train disaster in Oklahoma Clo Homa history in the standards of American history..
"snow valley" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"The friends real name. Yes I'm naming Hayden on this show Hayden Okay and I think another couple months past and Dylan asked me again. Hey how come you didn't do Snow Valley Oklahoma like doing what. Why are you interested in this Oklahoma Ski Story? He says well. This is where the Paola comes out. He says what Hayden says that he'll give me some really rare pokemon cards if If Your Dad's podcast one over Stone Valley Oklahoma so Hayden listens to omnibus. Apparently seems unlikely on the face of it and Hayden had an idea. Hayden apparently has grant. I did some research research last night. Okay Dylan and I were texting back and forth with Hayden Hayden. It turns out you guys are all in the same house but you're texting. Winter Haven is not in our house. Hayden is in Hayden's house. Ah Hayden but Hayden Hayden mentioned his grandparents are from Oklahoma. I believe the region of Oklahoma that our story concerns and so he knew about this kind of funny local story of Snow Valley and thought maybe he had realized that we cover some of that kind of Americana and cultural detritus. Try To us in this venue and thought your dad should do that. And when it didn't happen he decided to sweeten the deal like rear pokey more a Dell foxy the X. Agreed-on X.. Two on tally ex. I asked the Dolans specifically I need to know which pokemon cards and he said why. And I said because I'm GONNA mention them on the show and now Dylan's all of a sudden backtracking a little bit right now.
"snow valley" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton
"No. So the guy has white salmon, and he's trying to sell it and everyone thinks that same is supposed to be pink. And so that's a challenge for him. So he puts up a sign that says white salmon guaranteed not to turn pink. Turns it around. Yes. Exactly. Like a quality as opposed to defect. When I think of that story. I often think of you because you're also like the guy who refused to make pink refused pink. Absolutely. I've had funny episodes. I was doing tasting. Oh, probably in the the early eighties down in Houston, Texas, and it was kind of a high profile events and people were going around tasting and young woman comes to the table. And she says like tasters infantile as I Puerto loss Zanan, she she said, this isn't Fandel. I said yes it symphony. I made it. I used the grapes, and she said no can't be some adults wrong color. She says this is fragile. You're adding food color to it. I'm said, no, no, I'm smart. This is just try and tell me like it. And so she hops off with a glass of wine, she's out with their friends, and you can see her. She's kinda just dictating and going on man. This guy's a fraud now, but trying to pull off here and her friends are probably a little more knowledgeable. So they they're like that guys in the Smithsonian now that was waiting. I just can't. And so she comes back a little while later. And she says, I'm sorry. My friends inform you that it is actually a red grape. And I like yours infinite. So ravens would it's amazing that it started so small and became so huge the arc of your career is incredible. Most people just don't do it that way most people if they sell the winery, they leave and you became like a winemaker for constellations. So you started with this bonded shack, basically equipment. And then you go up to eight hundred thousand cases a year. Wasn't that fast? Wasn't like it was the next day. It was you know, it was a slow like a slow and painful kind of thing I worked second job. I ended up having Morgan in nineteen Eighty-one, and I had already married a woman who had a seven year old daughter. So I had kids and I had to keep that going. And so I worked at the snow valley hospital ran the clinical laboratory on the nights Senate weekend. So that allowed me some time to make wine during the day and Martine Prodi was not my last stop the next. Stop was the steel building at the end of deadman's curve on the son-jok mo- property was leased by manage honor. And I like to refer to this space as the former gourmet toilet seat shop because George made oak toilets toilet paper rolls, and there were very hot during that period of time oak decor was like it. You know, like if you could have an oak toilets, you were like sitting pretty and he had had to take the steel building and spray the inside with. Cycled newspapers because the players were so noisy there deafening. And so the newspaper would absorb it. But it turned out to be pretty good insulation. So for me, it was like, wow. I mean, I'm in the town of cinema. This is in the town cinema. I actually had a short flirtation with Emoryville as well. But we won't go there that was totally illegal and found out that Georgia's landlords were the son Giacomo 's and when George terminated his lease. I ended up leasing from the San Giacomo and their family actually started out Vittorio came over from Italy. And he was one of the founding people for sunset scavenger, which was the garbage collector for San Francisco still is and as that got bigger he ultimately sold his share in sunset and came to cinema because he wanted to be former which would have been formerly and planted Peres as. As the primary crop because there was a big Del Monte plant that was relatively close in cordelia. And he grew pairs and he built his family, and he had three boys and a daughter Lorraine and Bob who ultimately went into the business with him Lorraine, actually became a nurse, and she kind of took care of their parents in their old age..
"snow valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Alta snow valley squad alley government camp. I mean, really, it's ducks. But it's going to be snowing on mount hood. That's the big scary at mount hood. It's going to start snowing on Friday, and it's gonna snow for one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve straight days. Wow. Twelve rates straight days of snow on mount hood. So if you're going up skiing twelve days in a row starting tomorrow day after tomorrow or two days after tomorrow Friday starting to snow for twelve straight days, and maybe even beyond that's all they have for for twelve days. That's terrific. I mean for skiers. That's just. Yeah. It's beautiful. Right. That really is cool. So it's really awesome. You know, if you do ski, although bellio, you're scared you prefer to ski in snow while it's knowing or do you like to ski when it's like sixty five degrees out sixty five degrees. I'm with you. I'm with you. This knows melting in everyone's gonna see. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. But listen, you can also see after the storm clears and it's so cold for the snow still has that texture to it. You know, the thing about a sixty five degree and it's beautiful in Colorado. And even here in California where it gets warm after there's been a lot of snow. It's great. But the snow has a corn snow. You know, it's like spring now. Whereas man when that when that bad weather clears and it lifts and you've got that day, and it's cold out in the snow. Still great consistency. Wow. That's good. Yeah. I don't I I I'm not a big skier. I.
"snow valley" Discussed on The Read
"We'll deliver, you know, in won't the proper live. Live. Cook. It will bring the strive to a life with. I will leave if you have these fucking cookies. I don't. I do have a red air. There you go. Okay. Well, this. Whatever it is that you know gets you through a night where you might just be in your feelings and you just wanna get through your watch lists. Yeah. Do that for you in those moments and get ya s up the next fucking day. Get back to work. It happens. Don't let those feel like it's just so normal. Like who is listening to this who has never had them where they're just like, I don't think I could do this or maybe not good enough for that doesn't work. It could be relationships. It could be like the jam anything could be any the motherfucker blackest thing. But if you recognize that as like a typical normal part of who we are, human beings like striving for something and you can learn when it had to shake it off and get your mother fucking black ass up and get back to what the fuck it is that you were doing before. I think that it can do a lot in terms of like subduing those. Dark moments that you have mentally and really sort of rebuilding like confidence that you have yourself because at the end of the day, all the shit sort of doesn't work out the way that you expected it to or wanted to. At least you could say that you did issue. You probably learned a lot of shape that you can apply to your next venture that you wouldn't have learned. If you quit. You may have met some incredible people on the along the way that will be beneficial in the future. Who will be there to listen to. You will be there for you to lean on who keep you a job or another opportunity somehow, like you just got to be like. Nitrile the shed and possibly fail, and then keep trying or try something new or Akkad I, you know. You know, the worst possible thing that could happen to me is that I drop dead and that's it. And I didn't get to do what I didn't get to try or not try. So if it's not like if you're not wrestling alligators and sharks for a living than my, what is mine? Yeah, you're not hurting yourself or hurting anyone else. Keep a truck and maybe you gotta, Wade, low while maybe your you know your Bank statements aren't lining up for you to be as extravagant or as polish as you want to be in those moments. Maybe you'll shit gotta be Lou Christie, I bitch, but it's better for that shit to be crossing some lotion along the motherfucking way then to not exist the motherfucking. Oh sure. You can't put lotion known if you don't have no skin, and you know some be gone out and meet somebody who could use a little lotion on their caps and you take them home anyway. Cocoa butter it and you out and. Cocoa butter at a take them strays into your home, little win, real nice little way. I've been between your index finger. Just snow valley. Kind of thing. You still love them any the fuck way. Leaping they is and everything else, and you'll lotion on them the Fokker and love on it like that. You can't. You can't win without playing the game, those what plan to game. But you have to get actually own the field out the stains in order to even know which one you gonna be. When I when I tell you has been my of me being like backed up from item. I don't know what the fuck. Doing someone help get me off of the grounds, how. My endless torment of like, why am I doing this? I'm so lost and confused over many things. Not one particular thing. So when I realized that I have felt that way before about things that turned out well, and I realized that people who are way ahead of me are still experiencing it, and I realized that so many people around me are experiencing. I'm like, oh, this is the human thing. It is absolutely is on a lot of us having Zayed and we fear that everything is going to be absolutely terrible. And then we actually do. And it's like, oh, I made that a lot worse than what it was. Yes, yeah, I'm super bad about that..
"snow valley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
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"snow valley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
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"snow valley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Work fat on oh yeah my name's billy johnson and every morning i do the billy johnson report on case knees cayenne ez your local radio station for the snow snow snow valley i do i do the the weather and i do another one that i do is is some news and i do it for people don't read too good and can't really hear too good and we're only like eight billy and the news tomorrow morning and every morning at seven thirty right here on k sneeze okay and yeah thank you bevis phil emery chopin l to scipio in southern california now that can fill every thanks a lot i would like to ask you to give us a rating and review on i tunes it would be very much appreciated general that's exactly right a rating and review on i tone and you tell the world what you figure a fill every show hopefully something good and then people read that and the people at i tunes probably don't know what they're doing anyway they know who we better move fill henry show up a few notches on the on the on the tune dex whenever so go to i tunes kim so reading and review and we would really really really really appreciate that gives a good rating and review will love you all the live long day and i believe we've got another bar fight in the works and you can't be pitching.
Trump trade advisers: Tariffs coming by next week, will apply to allies
"Snow valley down hi shoulders down was varied but my in my arms were above this now i was really lucky neither of the hooks was heard one man did have to go to the hospital with a serious lower body injury fresh no kept falling over the weekend but the squad belly resort is still open over myself allison janney has won her first oscar for her supporting role in eitan near the other top actress last night was frances mcdormand three billboards outside ebbing missouri if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees and every category stand with me in this room tonight now mcdormand called the film executives to give all those women a call and get their projects financed the top male acting awards went to gary oldman in same rockwell gear mode del toro's the sheep of water took top honors for best picture best director and the best original score oscar was sure blushes with all the sensitive stuff being said onstage end backstage i'm steve gregory at the academy awards show host jimmy kimmel wasted no time addressing the elephant in the room sexual harassment oscar is the most beloved and respected men in hollywood and there's a very good reason why this look it it's his hands were you can see them and most importantly no pena said all actresses ashley judd annabella she your'e in selma hayek were allowed to give a special tribute to the times of mep to movements all three women claim to have been harassed and or assaulted by harvey weinstein steve gregory kfi news top advisers for president trump say they expect new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports will apply to all other countries even us allies in early morning tweets today trump suggested that there could be an exception from mexico and canada but only if they can finish nafta renegotiations with the us critics have said that the tariffs could start trade wars trump tweeted last week that trade wars are in his words good and easy to win the israeli prime minister is visiting the white house benjamin netanyahu has become one of the president's closest emma most supportive allies abc's karen travers says netanyahu might be looking forward to a break from some bad press said home prime minister's being investigated on twitter user tweeted just google.