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A highlight from Ep. 120 - Bands, Breakups and the Brilliance of 1986

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

08:16 min | Last month

A highlight from Ep. 120 - Bands, Breakups and the Brilliance of 1986

"Well here we are episode 120 got a little emotional there on this episode I have the usual crew the wrecking to oh I like that I just made that up I have the usual crew of the wrecking to we're going to be talking about 1986 why am I doing all this yelling and extension of my voice by 86 is a good year it's one year from going in the military and meeting Todd Sockman on a lighter note it should be a good show so sit back relax enjoy 1986 the kofb studio presents milk rate and turntables a music discussion podcast hosted by Scott McLean now let's talk music enjoy the show thank you Amanda for that wonderful introduction as usual welcome back my friends to the show that never ends you know the name I'm not gonna say it welcome to the podcast we're streaming live right now over Facebook YouTube twitch Twitter D live or not Twitter X is anyone ever going to just call it X is that ever going to take hold or will it always be the artist formerly known as Twitter I don't know does it matter I don't think so in the big picture did it matter in 1986 when the when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor no oh you know what this is a perfect opportunity to bring on the record to Mark Smith what where it looked what where is he what what's he what I in the party what what the hell just happened there hi well I had this big intro and you just like you know verbal warning time long show hey at least I'm lit real nice that's right you got a nice lighting I mean now lose back in France so he has to be subdued it's nighttime in Paris hey good evening patty she says you're on time this week that was I don't know it's Lou's fault last week I think maybe I don't know somebody's fault marks well drummer's fault yes it's just blaming on the drummer what am I apologizing for that you don't need to know I will say something was my fault oh wait my autographed port you could porcupine tree picture fell this week because that story you were telling Lou and I was you know what you're apologizing you know right into the penalty box there is no apologizing on this podcast there this is not a soft podcast this is a podcast where you speak your mind we don't self -censor on milk crates and turntables I won't show my scar definitely in the box then definitely in oh disturbing behavior yeah that that was in that even was evoked a comment on Twitter someone said it was one of the funniest stories they ever heard they even had the time they had the timestamp from like I was like one hour and 52 minutes to one hour and 57 minutes like funniest five minutes like that we're at almost at two hours at that point I know three hours mark didn't go to bed earlier than that but looking at looking at night in the events of 1986 we're definitely not doing a third three hour show tonight not a lot happened in in 1986 as far as like you know big things usually when I do these years when we do these years it it's a significant list of music events but this I looked I went whoa okay we'll be talking about movies that was a relatively peaceful year I guess yes for me I was concerned about graduating high school a year because I from going in the in the Air Force he failed Jim I graduated college that year and then I took the just another year off took from that point on so I had to I had to go to like I guess they call it summer school so they let me go to graduation but I didn't get a diploma because I was a couple credits short but I had it set up for the summer class thing and somebody that's my buddy good evening she says good afternoon so evidently she's in another time zone and y 'all y 'all is she in the south well she's in the south west you know but I know what she means I know what she means Tiffany's my buddy spent the day with her the other day on Tuesday and a big united mission united veterans conference of all these different non -for -profits that are helping veterans it's a great time a great time yeah and then at the end Tiffany and I stole sandwiches I'm just saying it wasn't me wasn't my idea it wasn't my idea so everybody leaves and they had the mission united their form of the United Way she says no just working a different intern internal time clock that's a busy girl she is a busy girl but back to the story so Tiffany I would like the last ones to leave the conference the guy that was running it he's a buddy of mine from mission united he's talking to some people so he had kept saying throughout the comments eat the food because the whole back table was just all you know sandwiches and mac salads and desserts and drinks and he's yeah it's a lot of food over there that's it yeah it is she says well so well it's just I'm gonna get some I said you're the same okay I'm with you I'm with you right so you're over and she takes to get some plate she gets in the sandwiches were like mini subs okay she said oh my god my 95 year old grandma would have killed me if I let them throw it away you're not getting out of this one that easy Tiffany no no that's a deflection she says yeah well she did say can't let good food go to waste so she did say that right so she gets a salmon they were like two they were like good like eating subs right and they were cut in half with a big toothpick she gets one I said well I don't really too you need to one for me one for dr.

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A highlight from #433  Carl Osburn  People of Divine Naples  The BEST Barbeque Master in SWFL that been rubbing the meats over 20 years with secret spices, love and gentle hands. His KNOW HOW brought lot of people together around his Table with slab of ribs. THANK YOU CARL

Divine Naples Podcast

06:15 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from #433 Carl Osburn People of Divine Naples The BEST Barbeque Master in SWFL that been rubbing the meats over 20 years with secret spices, love and gentle hands. His KNOW HOW brought lot of people together around his Table with slab of ribs. THANK YOU CARL

"Welcome to another podcast episode named People of Divine Naples, today you will hear an interview that was done on the very beginning of our Divine Naples podcast, this was the second interview I have ever done in the United States on 14th of January 2018, this interview was never published but for many reasons today I have to bring it to your ears, you will hear voice from my dear friend for 22 years, my neighbor for 18 years, the businessman that you should have known and the person that will be missed by many, if you are one of them you will always find his voice here speaking, enjoy the show. Hello all divine people, welcome to episode 433 named People of Divine Naples, I have the great pleasure to welcome person that decided to dedicate his 22 years of passion for people, he enjoyed to make them happy through taste buds and good vibration, he started experimenting in Naples 2001 with Chicky Hut where he blended in community immediately, after that he opened best rated and most successful barbeque restaurant in South West Florida, Black Eyed Pick and he built from scratch Franklin Social, here is one and only Carl Osborn. Hey Rich, how are you today? I am doing great, good to have you, you are comfortable? Yeah, oh good. Yeah, and our bar is serving good? Yeah, beer is good, check that out. We like to have interviews relaxed so we are prepared with whatever you wish as drinks, so if anybody want to come over and do the interview, so make sure we get the right information. So you are sitting here in a very humble studio, I hope you are feeling comfortable and good, whether it is cold outside, it is good, probably a good time to maybe do barbeque, a lot of people maybe do barbeque because it is Sunday today and you have been doing this for 15 years, isn't it enough of barbeque right now, you still going to continue? Yeah, we are just getting on a good roll right now, we are actually at the restaurant, we are in year 10 right now, but I had 5 years prior doing outside stuff. The question was, you know, if you still like it. I still like it, I love barbeque. That is good, let's just tell everybody what is the name of your restaurant, where you are located, so we can start with that and let's just roll. We are at the Black Eyed Pig Barbeque, it is 5307 Shirley Street in Naples, just off Pine Ridge Road between Airport or Naples Boulevard and Goodlett Road. It is hard to find, so you guys have to get on that road and it is a very short distance from Pine Ridge and you will see from a long way the pig eye, the design on the building. So it is barbeque with a big pig face. Yeah, it is a very inviting pig face. I wanted a big pig to put on top, but they won't let me do that. Oh really? Yeah. But you can smell it from a long distance. Yes. All right, you end up in Naples when? When did you come here? 2001, came down from the Orlando area. Oh really? So you lived in Orlando before? I did, I came to Orlando in 1986 with the Olive Garden. Oh really? So I didn't even know that. I know you for a long time, I didn't know you were in the Olive Garden. I was with the Ruby Tuesday prior for four years and came with the Olive Garden in 1986 to Orlando when they had four restaurants I think. So there is a long way, you are the expert in restaurants, you picked up a lot of practice there. Yeah, I've had a lot of practice closing restaurants and opening restaurants and lots of employees. So you know how to do it? Yes, absolutely. And you know there is a reason for probably keep it on the size you have it because it's very limited on seating, it's very limited with employees, so you can focus on the quality and there is probably, the end is, you've been voted, as many people say, the best barbecue in Naples, so what is the special on that? Well, we decided in the beginning, the building was a breakfast lunch restaurant when we bought it and I've never been open for dinner, so we started opening lunch and dinner and we got rid of everything that we don't do, we got rid of salads, so we're basically just barbecue. If you smoke it, we got, so we just sell what we do. We don't try to be everything to everybody, we do barbecue, that's it. That is very simple? Yes. And you do the hot sauces? Everything is yours? Homemade sauce. Recipes? Everything. Really? I just have to tell everybody who is listening right now, we don't talk ordinary barbecue one like you can buy in the Costco and you roll it out at your parking lot, load it in your SUV, this is serious business. Your barbecue is probably 10 times maybe more bigger, now you bought another little barbecue I would say, right? Specialty built for you, for your business? Yeah, we've got a competition smoker now that we're going to start with this spring, but we use it on a lot of caterings. But going back to the recipes, I've got a great friend of mine who I met here in my first business venture here in town, which is a little bar, he's from Oklahoma and his family has been in business since 1930 in the barbecue business. So a lot of my recipes came from him, so they're well tested, they've been there 85, the one on 88 years now. So, would you say this is like Saturn taste or what is this exactly? Well, Oklahoma, it's a dry rub, everything's dry rub and hickory smoke. Never baked, never boiled, it's just smoked. How many hours do you have to smoke like ribs? Ribs are around three and a half to four hours depending on the size. We do baby backs and St. Louis as well. St. Louis are the ones that came out of Oklahoma, we kind of threw the baby backs in for the East Coast kind of people. And what's the best seller? They sell about equal, we sell a couple of hundred racks of each a week, we have 35 seats, so we stay pretty busy. I think you did really well when bikers start showing up because they love the type of food and I think there's always a lot of bikes on your parking spaces. There's a lot of bikes, there's a lot of guys, golf outings, we always get the guys, we're a big guy hanging out for lunch and then they all bring their wives at dinner. Okay good, so you do what, I mean you do pick, you do chicken, you do sausages, just tell us a little bit. So everybody who's listening, their mouth is already watering right now. We do pulled pork is our specialty, we call ourselves home to pulled pork.

Oklahoma 14Th Of January 2018 1986 15 Years Orlando Naples Boulevard Pine Ridge Road 10 Times 22 Years 18 Years Chicky Hut 5307 Shirley Street Second Interview 35 Seats Rich Goodlett Road St. Louis South West Florida 2001 Black Eyed Pick
A highlight from #433  Carl Osburn  People of Divine Naples  The BEST Barbeque Master in SWFL that been rubbing the meats over 20 years with secret spices, love and gentle hands. His KNOW HOW brought lot of people together around his Table with slab of ribs. THANK YOU CARL

Divine Naples Podcast

06:15 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from #433 Carl Osburn People of Divine Naples The BEST Barbeque Master in SWFL that been rubbing the meats over 20 years with secret spices, love and gentle hands. His KNOW HOW brought lot of people together around his Table with slab of ribs. THANK YOU CARL

"Welcome to another podcast episode named People of Divine Naples, today you will hear an interview that was done on the very beginning of our Divine Naples podcast, this was the second interview I have ever done in the United States on 14th of January 2018, this interview was never published but for many reasons today I have to bring it to your ears, you will hear voice from my dear friend for 22 years, my neighbor for 18 years, the businessman that you should have known and the person that will be missed by many, if you are one of them you will always find his voice here speaking, enjoy the show. Hello all divine people, welcome to episode 433 named People of Divine Naples, I have the great pleasure to welcome person that decided to dedicate his 22 years of passion for people, he enjoyed to make them happy through taste buds and good vibration, he started experimenting in Naples 2001 with Chicky Hut where he blended in community immediately, after that he opened best rated and most successful barbeque restaurant in South West Florida, Black Eyed Pick and he built from scratch Franklin Social, here is one and only Carl Osborn. Hey Rich, how are you today? I am doing great, good to have you, you are comfortable? Yeah, oh good. Yeah, and our bar is serving good? Yeah, beer is good, check that out. We like to have interviews relaxed so we are prepared with whatever you wish as drinks, so if anybody want to come over and do the interview, so make sure we get the right information. So you are sitting here in a very humble studio, I hope you are feeling comfortable and good, whether it is cold outside, it is good, probably a good time to maybe do barbeque, a lot of people maybe do barbeque because it is Sunday today and you have been doing this for 15 years, isn't it enough of barbeque right now, you still going to continue? Yeah, we are just getting on a good roll right now, we are actually at the restaurant, we are in year 10 right now, but I had 5 years prior doing outside stuff. The question was, you know, if you still like it. I still like it, I love barbeque. That is good, let's just tell everybody what is the name of your restaurant, where you are located, so we can start with that and let's just roll. We are at the Black Eyed Pig Barbeque, it is 5307 Shirley Street in Naples, just off Pine Ridge Road between Airport or Naples Boulevard and Goodlett Road. It is hard to find, so you guys have to get on that road and it is a very short distance from Pine Ridge and you will see from a long way the pig eye, the design on the building. So it is barbeque with a big pig face. Yeah, it is a very inviting pig face. I wanted a big pig to put on top, but they won't let me do that. Oh really? Yeah. But you can smell it from a long distance. Yes. All right, you end up in Naples when? When did you come here? 2001, came down from the Orlando area. Oh really? So you lived in Orlando before? I did, I came to Orlando in 1986 with the Olive Garden. Oh really? So I didn't even know that. I know you for a long time, I didn't know you were in the Olive Garden. I was with the Ruby Tuesday prior for four years and came with the Olive Garden in 1986 to Orlando when they had four restaurants I think. So there is a long way, you are the expert in restaurants, you picked up a lot of practice there. Yeah, I've had a lot of practice closing restaurants and opening restaurants and lots of employees. So you know how to do it? Yes, absolutely. And you know there is a reason for probably keep it on the size you have it because it's very limited on seating, it's very limited with employees, so you can focus on the quality and there is probably, the end is, you've been voted, as many people say, the best barbecue in Naples, so what is the special on that? Well, we decided in the beginning, the building was a breakfast lunch restaurant when we bought it and I've never been open for dinner, so we started opening lunch and dinner and we got rid of everything that we don't do, we got rid of salads, so we're basically just barbecue. If you smoke it, we got, so we just sell what we do. We don't try to be everything to everybody, we do barbecue, that's it. That is very simple? Yes. And you do the hot sauces? Everything is yours? Homemade sauce. Recipes? Everything. Really? I just have to tell everybody who is listening right now, we don't talk ordinary barbecue one like you can buy in the Costco and you roll it out at your parking lot, load it in your SUV, this is serious business. Your barbecue is probably 10 times maybe more bigger, now you bought another little barbecue I would say, right? Specialty built for you, for your business? Yeah, we've got a competition smoker now that we're going to start with this spring, but we use it on a lot of caterings. But going back to the recipes, I've got a great friend of mine who I met here in my first business venture here in town, which is a little bar, he's from Oklahoma and his family has been in business since 1930 in the barbecue business. So a lot of my recipes came from him, so they're well tested, they've been there 85, the one on 88 years now. So, would you say this is like Saturn taste or what is this exactly? Well, Oklahoma, it's a dry rub, everything's dry rub and hickory smoke. Never baked, never boiled, it's just smoked. How many hours do you have to smoke like ribs? Ribs are around three and a half to four hours depending on the size. We do baby backs and St. Louis as well. St. Louis are the ones that came out of Oklahoma, we kind of threw the baby backs in for the East Coast kind of people. And what's the best seller? They sell about equal, we sell a couple of hundred racks of each a week, we have 35 seats, so we stay pretty busy. I think you did really well when bikers start showing up because they love the type of food and I think there's always a lot of bikes on your parking spaces. There's a lot of bikes, there's a lot of guys, golf outings, we always get the guys, we're a big guy hanging out for lunch and then they all bring their wives at dinner. Okay good, so you do what, I mean you do pick, you do chicken, you do sausages, just tell us a little bit. So everybody who's listening, their mouth is already watering right now. We do pulled pork is our specialty, we call ourselves home to pulled pork.

Oklahoma 14Th Of January 2018 1986 15 Years Orlando Naples Boulevard Pine Ridge Road 10 Times 22 Years 18 Years Chicky Hut 5307 Shirley Street Second Interview 35 Seats Rich Goodlett Road St. Louis South West Florida 2001 Black Eyed Pick
"south west" Discussed on Behind the Prop

Behind the Prop

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"south west" Discussed on Behind the Prop

"They're moving in the right directions leading those breaks off making sure air speeds coming alive Or i'm going to abort that that take off. I assume you do something similar in a big jet wally. The you guys hold the brakes or these always go on the go meaning a role more like a soft field. Take off in the big jet. Yeah it's it's. It's ninety eight percent of the time rolling takeoff. There are some short field situations where we may. We may hold the brakes. I like data. Maybe orange county california where it's a fairly short runway. So most of them are only takeoffs. I think i've experienced Some pretty quick rolling takeoffs on south west here. I think they have like a a rodeo number. They have to get to they. They seem to taxi so fast. Off the taxiway and onto the runway fills like we're at a twenty degree bank when we're turning But i think once you line up. I think you're thinking about some other things and i think if you incorporate the mindset of you're looking for a reason not to go that'd be great you know the old precious not right if the old temperatures not right if the rpm's aren't where you want them to be if the air speeds not coming alive exactly like you expect. You're looking for any reason not to go And and an an aborted takeoff like that such the best decision for any pilot because you can always taxi back and take off again if you made a mistake and let's let's preface this where you were talking about sing- single engine airplanes because you know in the larger multi-engine airplanes we are definitely go oriented and You know past one hundred noughts and a big airplane a big jet There are very few things that are going to make us. Reject the takeoff You know an engine failure of fire a wind. Chiro alerts something like that. Yeah we're going to reject the takeoff but at at that point You know an oil pressure light or oil temperature..

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"south west" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"south west" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"So the only way to do more consulting is to bring on more people but how do you find the people with the talents that you have or a special talents that your customers need. That is tough. And it's even tougher now in the age of the great resignation because most of the most talented people that could be working for you as consultants will. They're off working for themselves as consultants so consulting businesses really hard small restaurant really hard you a lot of different businesses you run. They're more lifestyle businesses. They can feed you and your family they can do. You could do pretty well. You could make six seven figures in these companies but for a company to be venture fundable. You literally have to be the type of company. That's going to become a unicorn. A billion dollar company and you need to get there quickly not linear growth but exponential growth and into whenever you think about the businesses that you started and then that you got venture capital. What did you have to have the place. Before you acquired that venture capital and then another question to that at st is whenever you went out to seek venture capital. Did you have a coach or mentor. That guided you along or did you do it all yourself. I wish i had a coach. When i started with my first venture funded company. It was brutal so we started the company and we had this of our first vision. We had this massively multi player online gaming engine and we thought were going to sell this to game developers and we went out there. We found out the game. Developers work at a pay us anything. It was in the early days many years ago and they it was too early. The game developers weren't ready for it. They didn't care to have multi player games. They didn't see the value in the few who saw the value. Wanted to give us very little money. So we pivoted again. We did this plug in to websites that enabled game and chat at the same time. This was when the first browser plug ins ever developed. We won the south by south west competition. We had hundreds of websites using our product yet. We had no way to make money. It was the early days of the internet internet. Hafer -tising wasn't here yet. We actually plugged internet ads into our application and we cut like not even enough money to buy pizza so we were desperate. So we're running out of time. We're running out of money bootstrapping. This we.

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Southwest Airlines Canceled More Than 2,000 Weekend Citing Bad Weather

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Southwest Airlines Canceled More Than 2,000 Weekend Citing Bad Weather

"Poor southwest airlines will. They had to cancel their flights because of weather conditions. Unfortunately nobody really experienced any wet weather conditions because there were none there was no weather. South west is why. There's this mystery over. Southwest canceling a third of their flights. I'm told that already today. More flight cancellations are coming. But it's a mystery. It's a mystery meltdown. Nobody understands it. Nobody gets this mystery meltdown. Well i get it. Stop telling people. They've got to take a vaccine. Are you kidding me. That people are having a hard time understanding the resistance. That americans are feeling to the vaccine mandates. Do you know what let's go brandon represents. Don't you tell us what to put in our body.

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"south west" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"south west" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"There is like get out away. Got places to go man. so that was. That was interesting. I don't. I don't think i would fly here in the us definitely no. You know there's people that liked to run red lights because they think they're in a big hurry more important. I guess than the rest of us that are stopping but by and large. That doesn't happen here. That was just the norm. He just you'd hear you'd hear horn hawkin. In here they come. they're coming through intersections. That's moroccans this. Learned to watch. Listen and be careful. I just like come on through brother. It's okay yeah. I'm not that big of i'm not that big of a hurry and i wanna get bode 'cause i here i. Can you describe the different drivers in the us from the different places that you've been there are different levels of tolerance and by that. I mean i've been in places. And i won't name cities because i i know have you'll have a wonderful kind listener. That in that city in they'll be happy with me. But but i was in a major city. I'll to say in the south west. We'll leave it at that. And i mean i. The first time i flew in i was there for business and i had a rental car and i am not kidding you from the time i got from the airport to my hotel i had been flipped off at least twice and i literally didn't even know why i don't know whether i wasn't going fast enough and i'm pretty good drivers. I think i would know. Oh my bad you know. I for a change lanes to close or or i forgot to turn the turn signal. I mean literally people angry and waving their arms and blind the bird. And i'm like how even know what they thought i did and places are to the eastern part of the us. I'll just say that you live in that region so you can attest to to. Perhaps we're pretty quick on her horns when the light goes from red to green is like you get about the count of two and somebody's going to be on it if you don't start moving i i've soften some as the year's gone by i've become that guy that i'm just like if we both come rolling up to a four way intersection and there's there stop signs. There may be got their first. But i just i'm like it's okay go ahead i just i just waved people through 'cause there's really i mean they're not going to be mad at you you go i write and instead of instead of me let that affect my frame of reference just like i'm gonna get there five seconds later because i let them go first and most people will will wave and say thanks and i just feel better about that than being like the start of a drag Race where the light turns green. And i gotta charge in. It's just not worth it to me. And i've taught my kids have three young adult children. They all pretty much do that too. I agree i also. If i need someone approaching a four-way stop i will go a little bit lower and be like you got there. I go ahead use any moment of like. Yeah no you go. it's like here's like oh yeah absolutely. I will sometimes do that. Where i'll just i. I mean i would have stopped just like you're saying just slowly ease up so they've stopped then i stopped so it's clearer than it was in the tie and i'm not a jerk so i'm not gonna try to be in through the intersection. I can be a the nice guy driver now. I wasn't always that way harder when you are letting them go with. They're like they're trying to let you go. You're just like now. What i'm like okay. I'll just go ahead but if we're both trying to be kind i'm okay with that..

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"south west" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"south west" Discussed on New Media Show

"Dispersed right well if we get. Let's say we get. We blueberry lipson pod bean buzz sprout routes. We get join. The party. Here are assessed dot com kind of newer hosting platforms. That would probably participate with then will bring a lotta shows but doesn't matter you know thousand here five thousand there two thousand here who that's right. That's what we need and you get enough of that. You know them getting help. If the foundation would be formed and the messaging was right and got all that ready. There could be a groundswell work. Well someone that's making money. It's a real ill. Let's say you're a a big podcastone in twenty percent of your audiences on spotify and you're already got an advertiser and you're making revenue for them and you tell them hey. Come over here and join this group and We will represent you to have your content. But you have to come off spotify in the interim and they're going to say no they're not gonna give twenty percent revenue so therein lies the other challenge to is. Can you get enough heavy hitters. 'cause that's what it's gonna take it's gonna take it's gonna take Forty thousand or forty nine thousand small shows it's gonna take a thousand heavy hitters to make this because you have to eat. What has to happen. Is the people being pulled off have to make such an appreciable difference of listening hours on those platforms that they acquiesce and pay. You have to make if a hundred shows came to rule leaving his vice gonna say see. Wait i'm here. Go away you know. But if if they were all heavy hitter shows maybe who knows maybe they have a hitter. Shows are all part networks in their networks would say no no no we need that revenue. So maybe this is a pipedream. Yeah i went and also looked up An organization that might exist or does exist actually on the independent film side It isn't always called film. Independent dot org They have a charter. We helped filmmakers make their movies build an audience for their projects and work to door. Sify the film industry by putting on two hundred and fifty annual screening events around the country So that's kind of a few film screenings past and you know it's always feels like a special treatment to go in and see something or a a short or being featured someplace. It's really cool to do that. And that's what part of south by south west is about two so there isn't a perfect analogy so lou we get lots of heavy hitters listening in here. Some year like cringing right now. Because you're like stop so what where wherein lies your thoughts. Is this possible or might. Just you know robin. I just talking over you know. He thinks there's a hurt hurting cats. Part how i admit. I don't know if he hit a do anything. Yeah i think. That's that's the challenges. I mean even the largest newsletter you know the pod news right now is only reaching. What twenty thousand lebron industry. So so how do you get a collective message out to everyone in the industry. I'm not. I don't even know if it's physically possible by lots of advertising and i think that that's an but but there has to be a strong enough message that actually would inspire. Yep a word of mouth right. I think that's probably the only way to reach the even the two hundred thousand plus shows right rather in this medium right because there. There's so many shows that operate kind of independent of the podcasting industry They just do their thing. And don't really get involved too much so i you know trying to corral this. This industry together has always been one of the challenges. That's been hard to entirely because the industry was not based upon money was based upon. Open right so anybody can do it with all sorts of different approaches to it Ways to do it. One of the approaches and ways is not to participate in the industry and in whereas you know the podcast two point oh initiative. They're not thinking about doing it this way. They're just figuring out how to get crypto into podcast. So the podcasters can make money via crypto. And you know and it's getting me. I'm earning soto. She's where every time someone listens to my podcast and it has added up the very much yet. So maybe one hundred years. I have enough for one bitcoin. But you know who knows right. There's another organization that says the organization of independent. Filmmakers is a is another one. it's a five a one. C three nonprofit says the organization is a diverse open organization of talent crew individuals in the arts filmmaking cam so that's kind of their they pull together events and things like that and i've always thought that one of the key ways of doing this would be to integrate it with some sort of events share orientation right so you data common thread across most of these organizations that they have you know conferences and events that can bring people together and make those those community connections so any organization that we would pull together would need to be able to network together with podcast movement and podcast and and kind of aggregate those communities around this organization to some degree to supported Between podcast movement and pod best day. What is that. that's maybe fifteen thousand podcasters or thirteen or twelve. Well if you look at the size of podcast movements community on facebook it's around sixty thousand right. So that's probably. That's probably the biggest chunk. I know that Cut pod on on clubhouse has aggregated at about fifty sixty thousand people around that community on there too so there are some communities out there. That are pretty big. I'm just not sure how effective they are communicating to all those people about anything in particular and the last thing. I wanna do personally kick started to rise. Try to raise a half million. I come on just i. I feel another level. The exhaustion coming on it. Yeah i mean it is a it is a heavy lift too heavy lead. I mean it's a big community but yet in some ways it's kind of a very dispersed non integrated community to the same time and in some people say why. Why are you doing this. That's that you have to have a good answer. The cabot compelling yes very compelling as gotta be simple to understand and dry value to everyone that might be interested in getting vault. That's right.

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"south west" Discussed on The Ski Podcast

The Ski Podcast

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"south west" Discussed on The Ski Podcast

"And as you say a lot of the annan's and it's on tour is teaming up with testing providers which again gives the traveler a discount coach on which enables you to touch as attested a bit of a more of a reasonable price. Really yeah another. I'm the test we took on the return with a company if you want to plant secured or curate which is video acco way you do. You'll test in front of someone via video and those were pretty well. Although i should point out that you need to book your you'll test a dyke advance because you leave it to the last minute you'll end up like we date where they were having to do the test. We have to pull off to the side of the most sway on the way back and do tests At four in the all day prior to getting accuracy glaze robot tell. My brother had no arrange that. He was coming back with us and alone. Just got into shamanee on a couple of days of the relieving chamonix and get a test from one of the foam sees that an in principle where we just had this really big. Act mb take place on the day before and now accused outside. The pharmacies from nine am in the morning so very he's actually less expensive to get test on location. Say in france. You can't necessarily rely on. Its peak time on being able to get in when you won't see we'll absolutely You bring up the point again because Spain you know we went to me okay. This summer in spain also to get a negative Pc all tests food ask before arrival. So you have a real rush to them get expressed. Pc ought has yet to travel to bristol. I live in the south west and have express. Pc all tests by children which two hundred ten pounds each in order to. I'll meet those requirements yet. We'll certainly there's a little research required. I read an article yesterday..

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"south west" Discussed on Write About Now

Write About Now

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"south west" Discussed on Write About Now

"I never heard before so that the reason that the book becomes interesting because you have not only this great story of that. That's a story of the parker family that came from virginia and illinois insz and got steaks given to them originally by the country of mexico and eventually built this ranch right on the edge of the frontier. And what happens to them. It's just fascinating tale. It's the story of a family against the backdrop of the rise and fall of comanche who were arguably the most powerful indian tribe in american history partly because they determine everything that happened in this part of america meaning the south west and so for those reasons. It's just a great story. Agree to teach you everything you ever wanted to know about the how the west was won quote unquote because it wasn't one until it was lost by them and the second thing. Is this great story of of the family is right in the middle of it. And so the book. When i configured the book one of the reasons i think it works well is that i would. I decided going alternate chapters. I was gonna go one. Chapter is just gonna be the parker family and then the next chapter is going to be the comanche. Tried how they get the horse how they get power what they do with power. The ark of their rise and fall were alternating parker family. Big picture story. Spanish horses comanche tribe. Rise fall back and forth back and forth and then there was this wonderful moment of revelation. When i got to quantum parker the last greatest chief of the comanche cynthia ann's son and i realized that the tracks ran together. There was Everything merges in the person of quanta. Who's the chief comanche. I just thought it was this amazing story and say think well. Why didn't why why hadn't been done twenty times. It had been done the last time back in the early seventies was the last time anybody had really tackled it so i thought nobody here appreciates that story so i wrote see now. I see why you didn't write fiction. Because how can you ever write a story like who can ever imagine. This defies the imagination of a fiction. Writer it really does it really. Does you know the comanche tribe. We should talk a little bit about. I mean the reason that they were so successful and powerful because they were terrifying. They were very brutal Tribes of you know based in war. Can you explain what they used to do their raids. I was kind of horrified. When i read it but fascinating at the same time. It's interesting because well make this point in a minute. But they she were horrified is an interesting experience and it was the experience of the settlers had but if we go back to the comanche before white man pushed into texas or even before you know. White men were pushing up from mexico in into into from old mexico into new mexico comanche. It's were a tribe that you know live like many of the planes. All the plains tribes basically it was a culture of rating rating was. What did you rated another try. And you took what you could get. You could take horses a you could take captives you. Could you could take loot or buffalo's get whatever you did. And it was it was a culture of raid and counter rate and in this culture will take it in the.

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Tropical Storm Henri slams the Northeast

The Mark Levin Show

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Tropical Storm Henri slams the Northeast

"On re was a tropical storm what it made landfall Sunday and Rhode Island but inland flooding as far south West central New Jersey was reported on re expected to stall along the New York Connecticut border before heading out into the Atlantic Ocean on

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"south west" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"south west" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"I could see that because the grinder attracts is specific group. So the ones that i've read about is if you if you're a man seeking man on bumble and then the same thing as if a woman match with the woman okay. either one. yeah i would. They would do that opposed to not let either person Right bad data. Gap designed to stalemate. Well you don't read actually is bumble speaking of bumble there. Actually experimenting with a new concept called bumble brew is. It's an irl dating cafe in popped up in new york at like a we work type place so it's an eighty seat restaurant and cocktail bar courtesy of the bumble app Interesting it's no leader new york city. Do you know where that is. That's interesting because you know the time we've been to south by south west. They had the mumble hive. And i felt like they were piloting something That's a great idea though. I think it's a great idea. So what happens if a guy approaches the girl to they just shut down. Sorry i to approach you. Get away from me partitions up. It's only the women that can remove them. Women just have like a fan that they carry around with them at all just like windex. I think if you provision to talk a dumb thing but the same article. I found this. Actually this. is this kind of weird tech stuff. That's happening right now. And i found this new site that's created called. Who states the post meets for your break-up stuff. They'll basically go retrieve your tips for you. That is the news. But they caveat caveat on one of them they're like we could pick up your your clothes but we can't get your peleton that is genius honestly shock though for like a copyright reason how they're able to get away with it.

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"south west" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"south west" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"All my shot. I was out work and we have like a you know a stereo or whatever and somebody was playing thunder. It wasn't this song but you don't have that voice. I was like oh my god. I know this guy and then the the other guy was like yeah. That's under cat. Like put respect on it. I love him other music. Thanks to our beloved nephew For putting us to disarm richest one every time you save me wants this. All here cnn plays it. I know we can't play the airlines one. Quick story get out of here. We send him in erica. By having a concert in louisville. I would love to go to that to cat and jay from peace news. That's ny in decant the now how she got the front page new. She got the facts. Y'all she's not the wack y'all that same j. Hey s to the e. double n. y. Indicate can't deny because does get hacked. Should get the dues that you get the blues death scene jay. She goes all the way to the e the end by indicate deny she got the front page news. Y'all got from pays news. Y'all y'all y'all y'all shadow talk about and just one story airman among. Us breaks air travel record major flight delays for south west and american air lines. A record breaking point. Two million people flew over the fourth of july weekend. Woth that's not only the most of any weekend since the start of the pandemic but some twelve thousand more than the same weekend in twenty nineteen. The crush of travelers were so intense. Both on the road and has guys that it led to skyrocketing fuel prices rental car shortages and widespread flight disruptions for the second week in a row. Those disruptions hit southwestern american airlines hard on friday south west had more cancelled flights than any other airline in the world except air.

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Scientist Joe Fontaine on How Climate Change Impacts West Australia's Biodiversity

The Science Show

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Scientist Joe Fontaine on How Climate Change Impacts West Australia's Biodiversity

"Hi this week. The fires in north america continued to blaze and temperatures in places went to heights. Hardly seen before. So what about here. Both in the east and west where we experienced similar heat and firestorms. Dr joe fontaine is an ecologist originally from oregon now at murdoch university in perth. Well here in the south west of australia we know that the climate's been drying since the mid seventies and we also know that temperatures been going up and one of the things about this region is that we know it's the early canary in the coal. Mine it has been undergoing these events and this process much more so than a lot of other parts of the planet in part because it's a mediterranean climate and so impacts of the climate change for example. We know that. Say the perth airport here. A one degree change in the average has more than doubled the number of days over forty degrees celsius since the early nineteen hundreds that's substantial and that has substantial impact on our biodiversity. Where'd you go to look to your search because vast area to cover isn't it it is it's a treat. I've been really lucky. So i came from overseas originally and then within two and a half days of lending in perth i was in a car and i was headed up to the mid west. So north of perth. This beautiful shrub lands beautiful beaches and really amazing plant diversity. And that's where. I started working and we were doing experimental fires and then in the year sense of migrated south closer to town and i work in woodland's around the city and also in the forests east of the city. Well south of here in purse. You've got a biodiversity hotspot global one. The most amazing variety of plants on have you looked into that area as well absolutely. We're surrounded by biodiversity hotspot. If you just go on the north side of perth in the woodland's here. A ten meter by ten major area can have one hundred species of plants. A hundred when i go home to california and visit my family i love it. I love the landscape. But i have to look around and go. Oh sorry plants. you're a little bit boring.

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Europe Flooding Death Toll Passes 100

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Europe Flooding Death Toll Passes 100

"The death toll has exceeded one hundred in Europe's floods as rescue work continues rescuers rushed to help people trapped in their homes in the town of F. shot south west of Cologne Germany regional authorities say several people have died off of the houses collapsed when the ground beneath them sank suddenly L. real photos showed what appeared to be a massive sinkhole off to Germany Belgium has been the hardest hit by the floods the schools homes to be ripped away a roads to be turned into wild rivers I'm Charles through this month

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Plane Crashes in the Philippines; At Least 40 Rescued

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Plane Crashes in the Philippines; At Least 40 Rescued

"News. In the past hour. A military plane carrying 85 people has crashed in the Philippines, the chief of the armed forces, told reporters that at least 40 survivors had been rescued so far from the wreckage of the aircraft. He said it had been trying to land on Holo Island in the south west of the

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The UFOs the Government Couldn't Explain

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:25 min | 2 years ago

The UFOs the Government Couldn't Explain

"Most ufo stories are typically difficult or impossible to verify at the center of today's story. Though we have eyewitnesses. Who aren't your average. Joe shmoe off the street. They're trained pilots and technicians with years of experience. Working for the us military and the events all happened not long ago. It's the fall of two thousand. Four and two ships are parked about a hundred miles south west of san diego the cruiser uss princeton and the aircraft carrier u. s. s. Nimitz besides the ships crews they're loaded with navy pilots running routine flight drills keeping their skills sharp as they wait for deployment as the pilots hit the skies. Radar technicians back on the ships. Track their flights. It's all pretty standard stuff but sometime around the end of october. A few technicians notice unusual blips registering on their equipment as many as five to ten objects. Keep flying within ten miles or so of where they're running these drills they're all cruising at about twenty eight thousand feet which is too high for them to be birds but they're moving too slowly to be planes. The texts broadcast radio transmissions asking who these aircrafts are. They don't receive any replies. The even recalibrate their equipment thinking the blips could be some bugs in their software. But they're not they're screens keep showing these unidentified flying objects now thanks to pop culture a lot of people here unidentified flying object think alien spaceship despite its very literal meaning. I mean a balloon can be considered a ufo until someone confirms. It's just a balloon in this case the ufo's could be anything. A spy plane a missile or even a drone smuggling drugs into the country so on november fourteenth. Two thousand four the navy. Dispatches squadron commander david favor to intercept the objects whatever. They are but a half hour into david's flight. Radar technicians spot one of the blips. They give him some coordinates and he has out in that direction mentally preparing for what he'll do if the ufo is actually hostile near the ordinance. His plane infrared camera picks up on something and it's directly below him.

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B.C. Has a Blueprint to Save Its Oldest Forests

The Big Story

02:07 min | 2 years ago

B.C. Has a Blueprint to Save Its Oldest Forests

"Jordan heath. This is the big story. Sarah fox is the bbc investigative reporter for our friends at the narwhal. Sarah hi how are you doing. I'm doing really well. how about you. i'm well thanks ya do. You want to explain as we get started for people who don't live anywhere near bc. And i've never seen it. What is old growth forest. Exactly and What does it look like sure. So old growth forest. There's kind of the the official definition. And then there's a y you think of when you hear the words old growth for us so the official definition is that on the coast where where the growing season is longer in tends to be wetter. That trees that are older than two hundred and fifty years are considered to be old growth in other parts of the province. It's trees that are one hundred and forty years old. But i think when when people think of old growth imagine those kind of icon ick photographs of these enormous cedar. Douglas fir trees that are as tall. Skyscrapers in is wide as a boss. The the old growth forest because the trees are so large the kind of the light filters through them in a different way they're draped in mosses and lichens and just kind of fallen logs. Over centuries have become nurse logs for for other trees but the the will growth force are much more than the trees. Of course there. Hot spots for bio-diversity their home to all kinds of species including a species at risk of extinction that to depend on these forests on the interior of b. species like a caribou on the south west mainland part of bc. We've got the spotted owl here on the island and other areas. We've got the marbled murrelet bird and of course these old forests are huge stores of carbon and they filter water. They have many many environmental

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"south west" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"south west" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Of power. And we look at how each other G7 country Germany recently apologize for its role. In the first genocide of the twentieth century and its former Colony known as German south-west Africa. Now the country off midia descendants of those killed say Germany's offer of development Aid is a pittance and are calling on the government to reject amount of public affairs office. And these are you looking up in that these unexpected development community and then immediately. All that and more coming up off. And welcome to democracy. Now, democracynow.org, the quarantine report. I'm Amy.

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"south west" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"south west" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Be back tomorrow with all the news. This mother gracia's excuse me. Is this seat open. There are no assigned seats on a southwest airlines flight. And that means you're next. Seat-mate could be chest about anyone. Hi i'm quentin jenkins i league community outreach. At southwest airlines and welcome to is this seat. Open on this podcast. We'll hear twenty stories from south west history from people like chief marketing officer ryan green. Leave it to southwest airlines to save the company by offered a bunch of free booze. Managing director of culture and engagement whitney ike inger. All of it coming together was probably the greatest piece of humor. I've ever seen at southwest and retired vice president of cargo and charter matt. Luckily i look back on coming. Get goosebumps relax and enjoy stories of south west fifty years of flying. Because you never know who. You'll meet the next time you hear. Is this seat open for..

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Wet Notes - 6-6-21

Scuba Shack Radio

07:23 min | 2 years ago

Wet Notes - 6-6-21

"This is wet notes. Scuba shack radio's news and information update for sunday. June sixth two thousand and twenty. One first up. I like give you a quick update from stewart. Coves dive bahamas stewart. Coves has moved to new location. In coral harbour. Coral harbour used to be home of dive dive dive in nassau scuba center. Both are now gone. Stewart just moved to this new property in the last month and he has bought and he has big plans for the place right now. The main building is under significant renovation. So he has constructed some temporary structures to accommodate divers while things progress. I had a nice chat with stuart on his plans to build out the facility. And make it a great place to do your diving. When in nassau we are really looking forward to seeing how everything evolves move when we get back there next year. Good luck. Stewart as you begin this new phase. I'm sure you will make it a world class diving operation in the may two thousand and twenty one edition of the divers alert network. Safety stop newsletter. They introduced the return of the dan tags. So what are they will. The dan tags are small round crafted aluminum tag. That can easily attach to your. Bcd you tag will be laser engraved with important emergency information. That will help in the event that something happens. The dan tag will include your name date of birth. Your dan membership number any specific medical information. You'd like to disclose like allergies or other medical conditions plus contact. They're pretty attractive. Bright red and are easy to order from the dan website. The cost of the dan tag is twenty dollars. Check them out at divers alert network dot org and go to their online store in personalized. Your tag a couple years ago magazine. Podcast did a series on ballast and it was hosted by allen. Kelsey well ellen is back with a new five part series called the sound aquatic the ocean and the antra pause the first episode debuted on may twenty fifth and will run each week through june twenty-first. This series is about the sound scrapes that scientists are recording the surprising ways that animals talking. Listen and how the cove nineteen pandemic triggered a quietness in the ocean that is renewing commitments to lower ocean noise. The podcasts are quick moving and entertaining. You can find them at hawkeye magazine dot com or on any of your favorite podcast apps. Oh and if you wanna know what andro pause means. The term refers to a global reduction in modern human activity and it was coined by researchers in june. Two thousand twenty article in nature ecology and evolution. Guess she learn something new every day now. Here's some discouraging news out of grand cayman and it doesn't have to do with the covid nineteen pandemic but rather about another disease outbreak among coral the stony coral disease or sc td. According to an article in the came encompass an isolated area containing disease was spotted at life off a smith cove. And that's along the south west coast and that's not good. The came in department of environment also reported infected sites amal along grand cayman's east coast the now suspects that divers and boat operators be spreading it although scientists are still not exactly sure how stony coral tissue disease spreads. If you look at the outbreak map you get the feeling that it could be divers or boat. Operators there are new disinfecting guidelines for local divers. Not sure how these will translate to us when the caymans open back up again as if we didn't have enough to contend with with covid nineteen now it stony coral tissue disease and our dive gear every day. Now we're learning about more destinations for diving opening up around the world. One of these locations is bon air. There was an article on dive. News wire from the bon air tourism department. That indicated that. Us flights will resume. On june fifth and the country is launching an island-wide health initiative american and delta will be resuming their wednesday and saturday flights from miami and atlanta. Unlike the bahamas of it appears that you'll still need an antigen or pcr tests even if you are vaccinated before entry and of course for returning to the united states. It sounds like you might be able to get these tests at the airport or at three other facilities on the island so even though bonaire will open. Be sure you're properly prepared. Hopefully in the near future you'll be able to travel without restrictions if you're fully vaccinated and finally here on wet notes. I just saw that. Bob ballard has a new book out and it's titled into the deep and memoir from the man who found titanic a couple of years ago. We met doctor ballard at the sixty fifth boston. Sea rovers clinic and his presentation was fascinating. Some sure the book will be equally fascinating. There was an article on cnn where they interviewed bob allard. And according to this article the book delves into some of the most defining moments of his personal life including the tragic death of his son. Ballard turned seventy nine in june and he said that depend pandemic. He had a lot of times on his hands. So he teamed up with christopher drew the new york times who's an investigative journalists to write the book into the deep by robert. Ballard would be a good one to add to your summer reading list. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes here on scuba shack radio

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Chinese Rocket Debris Crashes Into Indian Ocean

The Sinatra Hours

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Chinese Rocket Debris Crashes Into Indian Ocean

"That was launched last week re entered the Earth's atmosphere crashing into the Indian Ocean south west of Sri Lanka. It was a 100 ft long piece of that rocket among the biggest pieces of space debris to fall to earth. Find

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"south west" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"south west" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"But we came out of code very strong. We're ready to go. We looked at a number of different assets over the urine last Vegas and, uh, poems is one of those that said it was perfectly. The hotel has been closed since March 2020 When the Corona virus pandemic shuttered casinos across the state. It will be the second tribal enterprise to enter the Las Vegas market this year. Red Rock resorts was talking about expanding, possibly in the South West Valley with the new hotel and casino. They want to put their next major project at Durango in the 2 15 and break ground early next year. Demographics were working to our advantage. Given a migration that we're seeing from other states where people want to avoid regulation, taxation. And not to move to a great state like Nevada, where there's opportunity CEO Frank Fertitta, the third said the sale of the Palm's now allows them to focus on the neighborhood. Casino locations, including the one in the Southwest Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, has joined Wynn and Encore resorts and being allowed to operate it. 100% occupancy, the Cosmo has shown, state regulators to more than 80% of its employees have been vaccinated. Making out lift capacity limits social distancing and remove plexiglass barriers around games. The U. S birth rate fell 4% last year, the largest single year decrease in nearly 50 years, according to a government report. The rate drops from Mom's of every major race and ethnicity ended nearly every age group. Younger women have been putting off having Children for years as many postpone motherhood and had smaller families. Birth rates for women in their late thirties and forties have been inching up. Not last year. Also, the birth rate for teens was down 8%. The CDC report echoes recent findings by The Associated Press showing birth spell during the Corona virus, which experts say no doubt contributed to the big decline. Anxiety over Cove it and its impact on the economy likely caused couples to think having a baby was a bad idea. I'm Julie Walker. The news brought to you by yes. Air conditioning and plumbing. Keeping you cool in the summer warm in the winter and available anytime your plumbing won't go with the flow schedule your air conditioning or plumbing checkup today by visiting the Yes, Man can calm license number 71233 and 71246. With a check on our weather. Here's news three's Kelly current plenty sunshine out there course today and it's gonna be a warm one highs today, topping out in the mid nineties Annalise the winds will be like we'll be out of the east Northeast to just find to 10 MPH Today. Give us any more. Updates throughout the day from news three. Your Weather Authority Sunny and 70 in Las Vegas some John Shaffer on the new 115 FM 7:20 a.m. Kate on time for a check on the roads brought to you by salmon ash injury law because you deserve Hey, we get it. You don't want to be hearing a progressive commercial right now. So let us tell you something You do want to hear you are powerful. You were warrior who bathes in your enemies, tears Then you step out of that refreshing to your bath and into a bathroom that somehow looks good on you. Yeah, you could pull off a robe there. Don't you feel better? You'll also feel better when you save money for driving safely with snapshot from progressive savings you can use to buy more Rome's because.

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Former New York Jet Phillip Adams Kills 5 People

Dailycast News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Former New York Jet Phillip Adams Kills 5 People

"Police say shooter has killed five people at a south carolina home near the north carolina border including two children and a prominent physician. The shooting occurred at the home of dr robert. Leslie age seventy in rock hill about twenty five miles south west of charlotte north carolina. The rock hill herald citing anonymous sources reported later thursday that the shooter was former. Nfl player phillip adams. Investigators are still looking into a motive. It was not immediately known if the shooter knew all of the victims

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Dallas-based Southwest Airlines Orders 100 Boeing 737 Max Jets

CNBC's Fast Money

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas-based Southwest Airlines Orders 100 Boeing 737 Max Jets

"Shares of boeing. Feeling the love today. A southwest airlines places an order for one hundred seven thirty seven. Max jets good news for boeing of seems tim great news. And this is the story as airlines. Go on reopening the plane purchases and you know we saw this from united we see this from south west It's not only the near term orders but then the options on orders out from two thousand and twenty two to twenty nine I think there'll be others to follow again. There's a lot of inventory that needs to be replaced at some point. I think you stay long bone. Karen what do you think i mean. This is sort of at the cross. Section of a turnaround play as well as reopening play. Right turnaround play reopening play with the prices already reflecting a lot of optimism. I mean i've thought the same thing about the airline trade that a lot of great things already priced in. And so for me. I don't own. Boeing certainly wouldn't shorted but i i feel like a lot of already priced in. They need to be selling planes for the stock to stay here.

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Residents begin to clean up after tornado hits Newnan, SW of Atlanta

Tom and Curley

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Residents begin to clean up after tornado hits Newnan, SW of Atlanta

"This'll has been a day for cleaning up in places like Newnan, Georgia, south west of Atlanta, one of many deep South towns hit by Tornado touchdowns. At least one person has died there in the fire chief says 95% of the rescue operations are done. With everyone accounted for more from Wgcl TVs. Rebecca Schramm City and county workers and private citizens worked through the night and into the daylight as neighbors couldn't believe what they'd survived to describe it, You know? It sounds like a train. It sounds like a train is right at you, Becky Trace and her family found shelter in their basement seemed like forever. But it was probably just a few seconds. Crazy enough. Her neighbor almost slept through the whole thing. No, I'm like the only person in the town that didn't hear the silence him

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Myths And Realities Of America's Rural Economy

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:29 min | 2 years ago

Myths And Realities Of America's Rural Economy

"Economists benghazi. Laurie says the first rule about rural america is that there is no rural america. Like fight club except with cow. I was saying that's that's not actually what he said. What do you actually said was this. There's so many different parts of rural america that it's a misnomer to actually categorize all on one monolithic theme. Bend means is that rural. america is not one thing. It's more like a collection of rural communities each with different economies with different strengths and problems and different characteristics and binga says one of the best ways to see this is to look at the racial ethnic makeup of the people who live in each of these rural communities if for example throughout much of middle america including the big farming areas more than nine out of ten people are white and for all of rural america. Roughly eight out of ten people are white. Now that's definitely higher than the six out of ten people who were white in the us overall but bengals very point is these figures mask. A lot of demographic diversity in the individual rural communities for example here are some estimates from his own analysis. And so if you look at our break down just a regional breakdown. Americans in rural areas in northeast is only about two percent in the mid west. But what a half percent in west. It's even smaller. It's under one percents. But in the south it is sixteen point. Six percent so the population of african americans in the rural south is greater than it is in a national one. Benji says that's why this part of rural america in the south is often referred to as the black belt. There's also the rural parts of the great plains states that have a high share of native americans living in them like in new mexico and montana. Plus there is rural hispanic centers in south west and west like in arizona and california and in all three of these regions. There is a smaller share of white residents than there is in the us overall. And that's why banca says it's a myth that rural america is all white. The second myth that needs to go bunga says is it. The rural american economy is all about farming and the extraction of natural resources like mining. These are definitely still important sectors. But they're far from the biggest. So service sector. Employment is the largest sector in rural communities. And it's been like that for a long time. In most rural communities the combined services education and health care and social assistance employed the most people in fact these sectors employ roughly the same share of people throughout rural america as in the rest of the country about twenty three percent in a lot of rural counties. A local school system or the hospital for example is the single biggest employer and even in rural towns that originally depended on a different industry or on a different employer. These services naturally sprung up around those industries to complement them says banca bow meat packing plants and in the twentieth century. Early part of twentieth century. Me packing plants were prevalent in urban areas. But they start to move out into smaller towns to become kind of like that one employer to town. Another example is automobile industry Move from the north moving down south to mississippi and alabama. A lot of it is to take advantage of the low wage labor market and the lack of united nation and so this is actually has pushed these rural economies away from agriculture. To service sector. This is also why it's a big deal. When the one hospital in a rural town closes there might just not be many other employers left plus it means that residents of that town have to look further out to access healthcare. This is especially a problem in places like the black belt where there's been a huge increase in the number of hospitals that have closed over the last few decades and finally myth number three that needs busting bunga says is the idea that rural america is dying or destined for permanent decline but in fact some parts of rural america are thriving about one out of every three rural counties has enjoyed strong population growth in recent decades with their populations actually peaking as they headed into the last decade. That's according to the latest data. Unfortunately that's also roughly the same share of rural counties that are depopulating about one out of every three rural counties has lost more than twenty five percent of its population since nineteen fifty. The populations of these counties are aging partly because so many young adults of childbearing age are leaving for the cities and suburbs in search of job opportunities and for these counties this kind of fishes cycle consenting people leaving means there's less money for taxes and investment to provide the amenities and services that people want and so more people leave which means the tax base drops again and so on and this is one reason why incomes are lower and poverty rates are higher in rural america then in the rest of the country but nothing about this cycle is inevitable it can be slowed or even reversed and says even in some communities where the population looked like. It would be in permanent decline. There have been success stories especially in the places that have a lot of immigration as so you have a lot of people. Immigrants coming in to work meat. Meatpacking plant manufacturing places. The other thing is that a lot of immigration From other areas in terms of people coming to the us for becoming doctors lawyers things like that a higher education and income communities. So you think about the mid west. There's like a population of say vietnamese and brass or these areas or like the monk population in minnesota that these places do not struggle as much with population loss because they're welcoming immigrants and that helps them to not only just having people there but then these people start stores or start their own business. So we see a lot of that entrepeneurship self-employment that's helping to keep that area of vibrant. Finally bengals primary message here. Is that people who live in cities and suburbs should not think of rural america is a place that's in decline in needs help instead. They should be turning to rural america as a place that's experienced a wide diversity. Economic challenges and triumphs and therefore as a place to find ideas for how to address the big socio economic issues of the day like climate change trade immigration education healthcare. Pretty much. all of them

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Video games for good

Talking Tech

03:25 min | 2 years ago

Video games for good

"Listeners it's mike schneider and i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech. As with many other events canceled due to the covid nineteen pandemic. there is no south by south west festival in austin texas. This year. That is true. But there's a virtual south by southwest going on online through saturday march twentieth. And i got a chance to participate. Let me tell you a little bit about it. I've been scheduled to moderate a panel last year gaming for good but the festival got cancelled entirely when we knew there was going to be a virtual festival this year the company that sponsored the panel skills decided to go ahead and do it so we recorded our discussion over zoom in late february and it was really enlightening and very made me very hopeful about things. Here there's a story. On tech usa today dot com. You can read that if you want. If you really wanna watch the panel and do all the other fun things at south by southwest. Has you can still buy a ticket to the festival. There's a link in my story for that too. But here's the basics. I learned from from the panel. The panelists we had three of them. there's a program called gamers outreach that provides video game carts that means it has like a secure tv and a game console on. It's it's either hook to wireless or however they do in the hospital in two hundred thirty children's hospitals around the us the founder zach. Weigel began the program when he was a high schooler halo tournament. The got cancelled He'd organiz the tournament but public safety official voice concerns about the high school cafeteria being used for a hobby. That was quote corrupting the minds of america's youth in quote. The guy said so to show the gamers from it meant well the next year weigel try it again and raise money for a local children's hospital with that resulting tournament part of that he learned. The hospitals often have trouble keeping kids occupied when they're recovering from treatment in their rooms so that led him to begin having online fundraising to get these. You know cards game carts into hospitals all over the country if you wanna get involved gamers outreach as gamers forgiving event online this weekend and there's a lincoln my story or you can go to gamers forgiving dot org also this weekend skills which is spelled s. k. i. l. l. z has a gaming for good tournament to benefit the american red cross. You might have heard about skills. They they became a publicly traded company in december twenty twenty and last month. They signed a multi year deal with the national football league to create a mobile game in any sports community around the game. That's gonna come out later this year. Basically did a crowd source thing to get developer to find a way to create a cool game. Play on mobile devices Anyway what skills does they connect millions of players all over the world to compete on about five thousand mobile games including solitaire. Cube and blackout bingo. These these are on android devices and they've had passed charity online events. Where your entry fees to compete you know go towards Charities such as american cancer society world wildlife fund and the nwa. You can see information about this weekend's events in the app itself against s k i l l z and it's on ios and android or. You could find the lincoln my stories

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Mark McGuinness | Thriving as a Creative in the 21st Century

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

Mark McGuinness | Thriving as a Creative in the 21st Century

"Mystical creative. Thanks so much for taking the time to join us thank you. It's lovely to be. Yeah it is my pleasure to have you here. So i've actually known about your work for quite some time. I remember often reading your blog posts on a copy. Blogger thinking yeah. I love everything this guy has to say. Because it's so practical. Which i think finding that sort of blend between practicality and creativity is something that a lot of people overlook But before we get into all of that I wanna start asking where were you born and raised. And what impacted that end up having on the choices that you've made throughout your life in your career. Well actually. i was born. Just down the road from where. I live elvin bristol in south west of the uk. And i was. I was born in bath by any lift in. This area is about three. And then we moved to north devon which is even further south and west and rural. I'm so if you can picture a very green and lush an wet and rainy and hilly part of the world with lovely beaches. That's the environment. Where i grew up set was certainly not as the center of things. Even for brew england In terms of the impact. That had i guess. Maybe i mean i thought about this brady until you ask me but maybe there's always a sense of in these out of the way places that you know. We're not quite what we're outsiders. When not quite at the center of things we're not the mainstream And actually come to think of it. It was a real leap for me two years later. Make the move to london. Because i had this idea that i was. I was not going to go to london and some wind decided a stupid mental schal put in my own way So yeah i think lots of great things about growing up in a rural outweigh place. Lots of nature tattoos. The uk poet laureate live just down the road from us. I never met him. But some of his poetry describes in particular book will more town describes the landscape. I grew up in almost supernatural vividly. Remember reading that book in thinking. Well that's that's just literally just down the road from us that whole landscape and that was one of the he was one of the first public sira who inspired me to start writing poetry. So it's interesting you talk about being sort of outside. In on the fringes it makes me think of a cr- isaka the investor who basically when he started is capital instead of setting up shop in silicon valley. He set up shop three and a half hours away from silicon valley. Despite being let google. And i remember him saying something. Along the lines of united paraphrasing here that that gave him a real edge in terms of how he chose investments because he said you know if i knew that somebody was willing to drive three hours to come and pitch me to invest in their company. Those were going to move very serious people In it also kind of kept him out of the echo chamber of being in silicon valley where everybody was talking about the same things and and wonder. Do you feel that gave you an advantage in any way at all in that sense to you to stand out with your own work. I like to think so Yeah i certainly think it gives you a different perspective on things because maybe if you have grown up at the sentra things. It's easy not to see the bubble. Whereas i was always very much aware that i was coming in from the outside Another westcountry it Well cues wasn't westcountry back. Thomas hardy was certainly a westcountry poet and he was used to he very much had the site as take on things and apparently even when he was at dinner parties he would imagine that he was a ghost and he had died and he had come back to haunt these people and he said not gave him a very unusual perspective on the conversation which i think helped his novel writing. So so yeah. There's always been that sense of you know there is another world to the one that we're looking at and there's a wide frame to this

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"south west" Discussed on The Radio Show

The Radio Show

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"south west" Discussed on The Radio Show

"Dot pretzels and they have to flames. Got the original which is like in the rybak and then they have the south west ranch which is in like a light blue bag so if you just look into some simple You wanna go with the red bag the original If you're looking for a little more spicer more flavor Southwest ranches where you needed though and like say both of those are available at kroger very easy simple in the product right here on air. He's like shit. I might as well they in front of me mile. We'll take a bite. You know what i'm saying. Great does he was weird. I wonder if we could turn somebody like me. Because i'm not i'm not oppressive guy like Like trail mix pretty good but our prostate pretzels. Proud of my least favorite thing like checks or something like that but are you saying that this tastes almost like a chip that it could turn somebody like me. Who's not like. I don't hate for us but they're not like my most favorite thing to eat. Joe europe apprentice person. This is just a whole new level of greatness for you because now you got would you've been used to all your life in the now you got innovation with all kinds of different flavors because unless you eat like a pressure from the mall. There's not really any that tastes like buttery or anything like that so obviously the these are ready to eat. The is right there in your face few to consume on but also for people that don't like pretzels just because there's not. Do you not really like presses. Because they all taste the same. they're all just salting another some differentiation. Between but like there's a difference between rural go and then this other kind that one of your your your oldest niece. It's escaping me right now. But i didn't make these. Was that one snyder lance snyder. Yeah these bites but have cheddar on the the cheddar.

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"south west" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"south west" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That irony WGN. Steve presented with that story, or new food pantries are opening in Chicago in the suburbs, thanks to a major grant from the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Or grants in excess of $200,000 will help open new food pantries in the Roseland angle would in little Village neighborhoods in Chicago, as well as 1/4 side in South suburban Dalton. Brain says the food depository has shifted its funding strategy to focus on neighborhoods of color that are disproportionately impacted by hunger and poverty. Steve Grizz Anedge WGN News. Two people left, Hurt in a drive by shooting early this morning in Chicago's West Garfield Park neighborhood. Police say two men were walking in the 4100 block of West Adams just before 5 30 when an unknown man approaching the white Chevy Cruze and opened fire. 47 year old man and 35 year old man, both hit by Bullets. Driver then fled the scene. Both victims taken to nearby hospitals. They are in good and stable condition. No one's in custody. The incidents being investigated. About a dozen community activists are taking part in a hunger strike as they call for the city of Chicago to deny a permit to RMG, a company seeking to put a metal shredding and recycling plant on the city southeast side. Activists site health concerns. Briana Bertolacci is five days into her fast. We're demanding the attention that this that the city should have been giving us from the start. Organizers have been protesting against this since the summer. RMG says The new expansion on the Southeast side will be enclosed and away from the public and is not similar to the closed general iron plant on the city's north side. Former Chicago teachers union president Karen Lewis has died. A CT of spokesperson confirming that in a statement today she was 67. Lewis was no stranger to fighting it out with local leaders, including the head of CPS, the mayor and the governor. Here. She was back on WGN in 2016 talking about a budget battle over state school funding. I call anything between Rahm and round or a fake fight in 2012. She lets see to you on a 10 Day strike and 2013. She famously referred to then Mayor Rahm Emanuel. As the quote murder. Mayor Lewis was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2014. She stepped down from her role in the sea to you in 2018. And starting today, schools across Indiana will ease Cove in 19 restrictions. The Indiana State health commissioner says students and teachers will not have to quarantine as long as they follow new guidelines. The new rules include the increasing the required social distancing in the classroom from 6 Ft. 23 ft students and staff will not be required to quarantine if someone's exposed in the classroom as long as they keep 3 Ft of social distance and wore a mask at all times. New guidelines of several school systems asking for clarification. Superintendent Scott's Iverson is from the Northwest Hendricks school issues I still wonder about is the bus scenario when you know in a classroom, you know, they say we can use 3 FT in the classroom, But we still have this requirement 6 ft. On a bus and in my view, unless you're sitting right next to the person, the bus is much like a classroom. School district will make their own decisions about which rules to follow Now for WGN sports. Here's Dave innit? Tough injury news today for the Bulls. Lowry market, It'll be out up to a month with a sprained A C joint his right shoulder. The Bulls host Washington tonight. Big 10 has three of the top six teams in the new AP Top 25, Michigan third behind Gonzaga and Baylor. Lyle stayed fourth. Illinois up to six and loyal A is ranked at number 22 the Blackhawks Go for three on the road tomorrow in Dallas Blackhawks Live tonight on W. GM at seven. David it WGN Sports and now your forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. He was meteorologist Paul Conrad. Look for periods of light snow to redevelop here this afternoon. We'll see 1 to 2 inches of snowfall accumulate across the area here before this no tapers off late tonight was he? Daytime high readings fade into the mid teens for tonight, dry after midnight. Mainly cloudy skies will drop down anywhere from negative eight. His warm is five above right downtown at the lakefront for tomorrow. Look for partly sunny skies right back into the mid teens. We could see some Lake effect snows for Porter and report counties in northwest Indiana from the WGN Weather Center and Paul Conrad. And now checking your money on WGN here, Steve Alexander. We've seen record highs on Wall Street today, and many stocks individuals talks is wealthy indices themselves. They've backed off a little, but the Dow still love 128, the S and P five hundreds of 12 The NASDAQ's Up 64. The Russell two thousand's up 41 points. 1.8% in volatility,.

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"south west" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"south west" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. He was jailed on his return to Russia after recovering from an assassination attempt He's accused of not Implying with a suspended jail sentence. Julia McFarlane ABC news at the Foreign Desk. London Another covert vaccine could be right around the corner. Johnson and Johnson could ask the FDA for emergency use authorization as early as this week. Here's doctor is she shot dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, who says he wouldn't hesitate to get that vaccine got to see the full data? We haven't gotten the FDA authorization. That said the goal here is to prevent people from getting really sick and dying, Of course, and the Johnson Johnson vaccine based on what we've seen really looks like it's terrific about in trials. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine hasn't been as effective in preventing transmission as the Madonna and Fizer. Vaccines are but is supposed to be 100% effective against hospitalization and death. Now to the vaccine Roll out down South West Virginia being touted as a model of precision and efficiency when it comes to vaccine distribution that state regularly administering more than 80% of its inventory, with virtually no waste doses. ABC is Martha Raddatz has the story. West Virginia has had a vaccine rollout far more successful than the rest of the country. Dr Sherry Young runs the local health department here in Charleston. We tried to make this a process where there's one central location for the vaccinations get his many people immunized as we can, and then we're going to redevelop our plans so that we can downsize and.

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"south west" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"south west" Discussed on WTOP

"The W T o p Traffic center. It 866304 w t o p. Washington's top news, traffic and weather keeping you informed 24 73 60. 9 18 traffic and weather on the eighth. One of those nights. You gotta watch the roads with all these all this winter weather out there. Let's go to Bob and learn the traffic center very slippery out there. Kevin fact, a listener just told me the ulnar loop of the Beltway. The EZ Pass lanes near 66 are very, very slick. Right now. I know they're out there treating the roads and no doubt probably getting the main lanes, but they've got to get the express lanes, too, And it's very slippery out there, especially on the bridges, ramps and overpasses. As the temperature drops to near freezing near the district and below freezing to the north and west, and even with the South West, where it is hiring elevation and therefore more slippery on the roadways, and also in many cases, less likely to be treated roads like 29 south of warrants in which 17 and 2 11 and many others are very icy right now, so be very careful. There have been spin out. There have been cars running off the roads into the ditch. And the good news is the accidents we had earlier are gone. Westbound freeway to the Third Street Tunnel. That one is clear. 3 95 and 95 66 each without delay it in Maryland, 95 South bound before Route 100. What's left of that crashes on the left shoulder. All travel lanes are open now and running pretty freaking up and down to 70 BW Parkway and also 50 out of the Bay Bridge. Pretty quiet probably doubled GOP traffic not so much about how much we got, but what is on the roads out there? Let's get the latest on the forecast now from Storm team for meteorologist Mike Center for that's the big story right now, Temperatures got knocked out. Until around freezing or even below is that band in moderate.

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"south west" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"south west" Discussed on KTRH

"That's South West fertilizer. There are the corner Bissonnette Marine like they're open seven days a week. They're also online. It yaar geek dot com there. Also online itself was fertilizer dot com. That's important because they do curbside pickup Still, and that's important. Because you want to be able to look at some of the information first before you get out out there. If you're worried about covert 19, so you can limit your time in a store like that. Eyes big enough and they handle their traffic perfectly. Last couple of times I've been there in the year of 2020, and I'll be going there again pretty soon pride within the next two weeks. Get a little education going on, because I like talking to Bob and staff over there and seeing what kind of questions they're getting as well, But bottom line is is when we talk about these what you think of unusual Brought problems to attack and how to treat you're always going to find what you needed South West Fertilizer and to my two email ear's that said they couldn't find pre emergent herbicide. Was that was fertilizer being in the kind of heart of Houston. It's worth the trip, no matter where you're coming from, If you're having trouble finding a specific product that isn't quite in stock yet near you. It will always be in Stockton at South West Fertilizer. Corner. Bissonnette Renwick. Fauvism today, Mike New Caney. Good morning. Thank you for taking my car. Can you turn your radio down, sir? Please, Father head far enough, you know Anyway, I have one question about I went to a box for the day and they had some stuff out. It's a plant now. Is it okay to plant cool weather crops is this time Define what you mean by cool weather crop. Like onion, potato that looks like absolutely Okay? I did not know that there are cold crops to those. I was having a funny exchange with a friend of mine from high school. He lives in North Carolina. He's like a barbecue. Maven. I mean, he's he's kind of like a Ronnie killing. But over in North Carolina, we were exchanging some informations and little quips between some friends about its No, it's still too early to plant tomatoes. Someone is just like a chef like him. Goes, but I'm playing my my spinach. I was like, Of course you are. It's cold crop you playing Cole crops. And yet the tomatoes the potato sets are out. Yes, most of the like feed stores around here have the right tomato.

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"south west" Discussed on Literary Entertainment!  Live Author Interviews

Literary Entertainment! Live Author Interviews

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"south west" Discussed on Literary Entertainment! Live Author Interviews

"I saw that. I witnessed firsthand. The book is written from my own experience. Oh my aside. Everything looked fine. Can you give our listeners. We've been talking about a wedding. The listeners appetites one. Now you like. I wanna know more about this. Can you give off the shelf listeners. An overview of beyond the higher ground. Sure sure actually books about. He's a project manager were Alerts instruction company and he's given a test to build a a A prison prison on a remote mountain top in South west virginia and He sees this as an opportunity to restart his life. He's had a lot of adversity up to that point. You thought this is the fresh start in an area that has never been before. And he's looking forward to he He rents a house on the mountain is house that the available on the mountain near the prison. And he's he's he's ready to go And it's not very long before he realizes he's encountered a world that he never dreamed existed so he's he's trying he's building this prison He goes through an awful lot of experiences. somebody's trying to get him out of his house He realizes that this drug business is basically taking over the area. It's affecting construction is affecting this house..

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