12 Burst results for "Steve Marsh"
"steve marsh" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And as we know President Trump had over 30,000. Excuse me. People show up for the rally in Coleman. This past Saturday night, and we're the only station by the way to bring this to you live as it happened, and President Trump introducing Mo Brooks as our next U s senator, Listen, and I have to say it. I just can't imagine him losing. He's got courage. He's an honest guy. He's an honest guy, and that gives them the courage. Your next U. S. Senator from Alabama Mo Brooks. Thank you, Congressman. Welcome in. I couldn't have said it better myself. Welcome back in. Well, I hope you both our SAGES in profit, Stein will tell the voters will make that decision. Of course, we're going to be up against some very powerful special interest groups. We're going to pour lots of money. Into this race, trying to make sure that we do not get a Maga candidate in the United States. Senate time will tell. I hope the voters will see through it all. Well, when you've got President Trump and everybody at our radio station pulling for you, it's going to be a tough one to lose. I think he's correct and that you will be our next U s senator. But let's talk about the rally. Obviously, you were there. You guys spoke both of you spoke How was it? Uh, backstage with other folks there. I know there were a lot of dignitaries. Every Governor Ivey was there. Steve Marsh. Was there talk about some of the things that most people did not get to see behind the scenes. Well, there was a lot of conversation a good time. Uh, President Trump. He had a long line of people who wanted photographs with him, as you would anticipate. Now. Part of that was fundraising for the Republican Party, and they did great raising over a million dollars. We also had our own little fundraiser aspect to the rally. We raised over a quarter of a million. So that was pretty good, very much appreciate citizens of Alabama coming to our support like they did. When, uh, President Trump spoken and you spoke as well, there was everything positive for the most part. There was a couple of times that President Trump He got bleeped, you know? Uh, but, you know, he's a colorful guy first, you know, but he also brought up the vaccine. And there was a Smith during a little bit of booing going on. Were you surprised about that here in Alabama? Hey, we have at these rallies. You have spirited crowds. And in every crowd. You have different people with different opinions and that goes with it. Yes, President Trump got booed a little bit. When he talked about vaccine and heck, I got booed a little bit, too, when I was trying to get people to focus on the 2022 2024 elections. A lot of people want to stay with the 2020 elections and fix that problem, and I would love to be able to fix that problem, but we also have to understand. Also have to understand. That we've got an election cycle, and we're already 40% of the way through it. And that's that's a critical one. Because we've got to capture the house in 2022. We've got to capture the Senate, and we've got to direct that big stop sign to the socialist agenda. Yeah, You're right. Everybody is still a lot of people still focused on what happened in 2020 how the election was stolen. We gotta fix it. We've got to find ways to bring people accountable to this. But you're absolutely right. Moving forward. Is more critical than than getting, you know, that brought up again in 2020. That's past its in the rear view. We gotta do both. Yeah, no, I agree to be both. We need to try to fix the problem with the voting machines if possible, and hopefully the legislatures will do that, too large degrees. But, gosh, the 2022 elections. As I said, this cycle, we're already 40% into it. Those elections are right around the corner, and we cannot afford to not win big in 2022. It is critical that the midterm swing back with some control going to to the conservative Republicans, because if we continue in this direction here, it's just outrageous. Now, when you introduce the president You brought him up And you hear this? A lot of times, Ladies and gentlemen, your next You know, whatever it is senator, vice president, President. The return of President Trump did Did he give you a little hint backstage that he's made up his mind to run or is that just you hoping and wishing and Expecting. President. President Trump has not told me what he's going to do in 2024 whether it's going to run for reelection. Personally, I believe that the decision had to be made today that President Trump would run for election in 2024. I was making sure the crowd knew that I want him to run. And that's why I referred to 2024 as the second coming of President Donald Donald J. Trump. I think you're right about that. And it also gave President Trump a nice little boost of energy hearing that crowd respond to that possibility that there's no question about it that, uh, he would be welcome back with open arms and I gotta tell you, I I like the President Trump Vice President. The Santas ticket in 2020 for Trump steps down after that, and doesn't run again, obviously And then de Santis can comes in and then is re elected for a second term. So the next 12 years I've already got sewn up in my mind What I think's going to happen in the White House, so hopefully this will come to fruition. Stay with us. Congressman. I want to talk to you a bit more about the debacle with what's happening in Afghanistan and also what this means for our southern border with the Taliban back in control, now more with.
"steve marsh" Discussed on HowSound
"Introducing him that way when i'm in the field which haven't been in awhile because a cove ed Sometimes mumps like. I'll sometimes say things into the microphone just remember. I don't have a note pad the other thing. I don't know if you notice and i don't know that is a good thing or bad thing but there isn't a lot of physical description even of the characters or characters the subjects The people that populate The the stories they heavyweight stories So yeah i don't. I don't know that i'm doing a great job as journalists in that way. I'm not here to hold you accountable to anything and might not even just be people. It could be a room. Look to or the color of car. I don't know that. I describe colors of cars. I don't even know that. I describe rooms at much now so you don't do yeah i yeah i guess you know. Sometimes i kind of and maybe this is a lie and maybe this is borne out of laziness. But sometimes i'll tell myself that you know if i remember it that could be a good editor you know if it sticks in my in my head If it's something that i retain then it's kind of like Something that's sorta sticky and that may be. It'll be stick sticky and listeners. Mind as well in the story the marshes it turns out that the family secret is this. There's another child. Growing up steve marsh thought he had only two other siblings. But one night up at the family camp where there's usually a lot of drinking and carousing a relative blurted out that steve's parents actually had a fourth child she was the firstborn steve's parents named her leash before she was adopted by another family. The news floored everybody at the party. And the inevitable questions came up. Why did they give up for adoption. Where is she now. Should steve's mom and dad find her and connect with her decades later. The idea of connecting. With lisa worried steve given how much of a party family the marsh. Czar lisa who was raised in a totally separate environment artist. Wonder what she's like. You know our house was so loud. Who when when growing up and Like i always thought my family's kinda weird like they drink Windsor seven up like it's gonna be vanishing from the face of the earth. So what is the windsor seven up. That's a that's the march family. Drink man i pardon. my ignorance. Seven and seven man could be seagram's to canadian whisky and lemon lime soda. The finding out whether leash is like a marsh steeped in windsor and chaos isn't so simple so the hospital no longer exists to hospital where your mom had her right in a closed catholic adoption like my parents never met the couple had adopted. Lucia wrote. Steve has no information about where lisa ended up. He had a friend with connections. Run the name leash marsh through an fbi database but found nothing. It's almost certainly. His name isn't even lucia anymore because it was a closed adoption. The only way to reacher is through the adoption agency. Steve's mom has to write leash a letter asking to make contact whenever she's tried to write in the past. Her sense of shame gets the better of her like she wants to do. It said she would do it like or i do.
"steve marsh" Discussed on HowSound
"Because this is how sound the backstory to great audio story. tired i'm rob rosenthal. How sound is a co production of px and transom. The other day. I was thin out my collection of books and i stumbled across an old favourite one that i kept the new journalism. Newest published in nineteen seventy three and it featured a collection of stories by tom wolfe stories that he felt were excellent examples of what was called at the time new journalism. Sometimes it's referred to as creative nonfiction or narrative nonfiction or narrative journalism. There's a bunch of different names regardless it's an approach to nonfiction storytelling. That uses the tools of fiction plot character development scenes conflict and resolution and so on. I highly recommend the book. Even though it's nearly fifty years old if each or some of the best seminal work in the genre like truman capote's in cold blood as well as stories from john d. n. and hunter s. thompson and others. It's really great then. I came across this other book as i was standing things out another keeper. It's a problem. I have find it hard to get rid of books anyway. This book was the new journalism. It's an obvious nod to the new journalism. Robert poynton wrote this book. Rob teaches journalism at nyu. It was published in two thousand five and the subtitle is conversations with america's best nonfiction writers on their craft. He spoke to jon. Krakauer and ted conover adrian cola blank. Jane kramer really the best of the best at that time and they talk about all aspects of writing everything from when and where they right to. What typewriters they used yes. Some of them still use typewriters. In early two thousands they talked about interviewing and character development and how to handle writer's block all manner of topics on writing. Even though the new new journalism features print reporters how they approach the craft applies to audio storytelling. As well in fact the book was required reading in my radio classes for many years. We'll finding these books. Got me thinking if i was to publish a book called the new audio storytelling or something like that. Who would i include. Of course it occurred to me. That's how sound so maybe in a way the book already exists but more to the point which writers would include as exemplars at the best writing for audio. will stephanie. Food comes to mind cherie marsov. Mirage is a favourite david weinberg. Kelly mcevers crushes anything. She writes about scott carrier. Nancy updike saieed t john. Thomas these are some of my favorites and they're great writers. And there's this guy i i met steve marsh at my brother-in-law's wedding. In conversation that night steve was given to making soulful observations punctuated by the word man. Steve is a big guy shaggy-haired and comfortable in his own skin. He's a little like the dude no matter where he is or what the occasion he gives off. The impression of wearing a comfy bathrobe flung open wide to the world. It's perhaps also worth mentioning the wall. Steve wasn't invited to the wedding per se. All the guests were both happy and unsurprised to see him. Of course steve would be there and his entrance felt like a lovable. Saint bernard had just wandered into the reception hall. Would you send a wedding. Invitation to a saint bernard of course not. Would you be darned pleased to see one. Show up absolutely. That's jonathan goldstein. His voice writing are so unique. You may have immediately recognized it from heavyweight as the podcast. Jonathan produces for gimblett. Jonathan solves problems for people in the podcast including himself and in doing so he touches on what it means to be human. The stories on heavyweight are endearing and their profound and their surprising and jonathan's writing. You can hear all the things you're supposed to do in telling a story in sound short sentences visuals active verbs. It's all there but he also has wit. Jonathan can turn a phrase with an ease. That's kind of maddening. Actually jealous and it's the kind of writing the pos you in. It's like he's just telling a story when he might tell you at dinner. And when i hear him i think okay. We're going somewhere. Let's take a ride. The next time stephen i crossed paths was at another wedding. Well everyone was inside drinking and eating. I found steve outside standing by the hudson river looking preoccupied. It was their smoking from his pack of menthols that steve told me about his mom and a secret she'd been carrying around in shame for almost forty years. Steve said the only reason he even knew about it was because it had slipped out by accident and now that it had he didn't know what to do about it so after the wedding we set aside some time to talk house. father had gone man. It's great it's really great before getting into it. stephen. I catch up with omer. He's just gotten engaged in because he steve their proposal he made was an elaborate production involving a ring baked into a cake and an entire restaurant of people cheering. His fiancee. crying makes regular guys. Like me look real bad. I know man. Her brothers are pissed at me to like great job dude with the pleasantries out of the way we get to the unpleasant trie his mom secret. See what i mean. The writing is breezy and he sets the table really well. It's the story of bigger than life guy and the problem is facing and again the way jonathan turns of phrase with the pleasantries out of the way we get to the unpleasantly. I really like that. It's a light touch. He doesn't drop a line like that. Every paragraph they're just sort of judiciously sprinkled throughout story. And i find it really pleasing. So in the spirit of the book. The new journalism. I recently had a chat with jonathan that ranged far and wide about writing and for part of our chat. We focused on the episode of heavyweight. That i've been playing clips from it's called the marshes with the marshes. One of the things that i did labor over was how i wanted to frame steve marsh at the beginning of the story when i describe him as being something like a saint bernard it isn't necessarily The most flattering. Wait just to describe someone. I meant it affectionately and i wanted that to come across but i felt like you know you could. You could enjoy the story but to enjoy the story. In the way that i enjoyed it was too. I understand steve marsh a little bit so that was tricky to get quite right and i and it was actually the only time i've ever done this. I think Where i think. I might have shown him what i was gonna say because such a personal story and this was sort of like an eccentric way to kind of bring him on stage that i didn't want to put him in a situation where you know like us having family gather around the radio or however it is that people listen to podcasts altogether these days and you know the first thing out of my mouth was like talking about how it was. A saint bernard showing up to this wedding. You know so. I wanted to make sure that he was okay with that Which i don't usually do. Do you take color notes. So in in order to describe someone in a story Sometimes a reporter will take color notes though you know say things into a microphone or write it down in a notebook and i'm wondering if you do that and if perhaps you did that for that moment with steve when you're.
"steve marsh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"See slide then I had a double sign in I mean because we spun it back if it's not right welcome to the weekly dance that was so fun to talk to current on her Instagram I have liked watching all the shops kind of pet them yeah I don't know why David Chang is bugging me so much I don't know he's bugging me a lot you guys a lot he can get a little holier than thou well I mean maybe it's just because he hates the instant pot and he keeps calling it in stock pot and I keep sending him messages replying dollars things but how do you feel about the instant pot because I am that person who pokes but still I don't know he's just like I'm not doing this and you're doing this and I feel like he's so scolded in my feels very anyway and I want to flick him I think he's suffering from having closed all of his staff and action being canceled it my instant pot it's funny like I'm cooking at the least ever yeah but because I have time so I'm like I'll just I I'm using it basically is a rice cooker right now and really cooking everything else yeah which is kind of interesting yeah that is interesting just in terms of like a day to day cooking and I try to make my husband cook like twice a week just because I think it's good for him and good for me to break it up yeah in his eyes that will make a steak okay well may I end up making the sinuses duck that's I think I'm late I think I'm definitely on like a beef crave right now we I had to go out and get some beef because we've had so much pork yeah I know yeah a lot of work okay I wanted to talk about these cocktail kits that people are doing okay because I am not a natural cocktail maker which my friends would be like yes you are but like I look at your bar your bass bar in the world the only person that has a better bar then you know is maybe Alex's Weber from it share drops and he works at a certain extent so his bar rivals your bar have you ever seen his bar on Instagram you should look at share of shrubs okay its I and I even tax amounts like your bar the only person that's bar is close to yours a Stephanie March was very complimentary but there's a lot of these places that are doing cocktail kits now so if you are you looking at wow yeah it's pretty impressive as like he has like an entire bookshelf full of booze he does three levels yeah I have a few tables yeah I do that and I have a ground all over Japan they don't care either so I just wanted to go through some of the local folks that have cocktail cats so hi hi which has just started back on doing take out after being closed they are doing take out and cocktail mixers these are all things that you can make at home they have the height of the storm it mix and another drink that they call the tour bus tales which is what a great name for a drink right additionally there other restaurant allowed a pa also it has cocktail cats they've got to cocktail mixes one is their version of the Margarita and then they also have American idol that you can mix of all of these are however they serve them like red cows come in like a Mason jar and then they have a little taped on instructions for how to make it at home lawless distilling has an impressive line up of cocktails they are actually serving their lawless spirit so you get the seven hundred fifty milligram bottle that they can sell in the taproom and then all the mixes on the garnishes that come with that also role is it Gillies is that how you say it Giles Giles okay this is a new spot that is not even open yet it's over by central and over by indeed brewing and it's a distillery but they are doing a delivery mixes so you can get some other ginger beer they've got bright citrus cordials or Mexican it's simple syrup with cocktail recipes that they'll put together and you can order that and curbside pickup I'm also Norse men distillery and this one they sell out because every time I go there it's sold out so keep your eyes open but they are canning it mixes so they've got a K. tonic that they make in house that they're canning and they're also having several different types of cocktail I've got that do you I've got that yep I got that when I when I was writing about them and they brought me one and I got to tell you I love it I love that there's just a can you crack it open you add your gin you at are you you know whatever you whatever you got at any point you just and then it's boom is a cocktail I love I love that dump fork distillery which is one of my favorites they are known for their brandy and they're in Saint Louis park and they have a cocktail kit that again includes a seven iron fifty milliliter bottle of the apple brandy then they have simple syrup lemons and they've got a bottle of Spanish Garnacha and you can get all of that as a kid so I just like that people are trying to find clever ways of a getting their liquor out there but be serving these cats yeah have you had any of the dash fire bitters canned cocktails after I've had them all sold them for months actually put them in our Christmas guide as a as a little bit of a like a stocking stuffer but their White Russian is literally like a sport shake a boozy little sport shaking the camera can not love it more than they have a great little martini in a can yeah that you can pick up at least four Bucks five Bucks at the at the pick him up right on your liquor store counter yep I think that's right I'm a lot of restaurants are doing their own mixes as well like Bellcore just tweeted out that they had their special olive brine that is filtered and then they sell that with a whole bunch of stuff and twists on sticks for your own martini so they're not selling the booze portion of it yep but they're selling you know like a little kind of containers that you can make into something if you want absolutely and just dash prior to has it by the bottle is it slicker yeah they have the big ones and the small ones yep so I didn't realize that they also came in bottle format so that was pretty fun don't forget our cooking water to grow me that is that the Gurney in a bottle is one of my favorite things I actually had one of those last week yeah actually heather we did a little video on M. S. C. mag Facebook we did a Facebook live sort of talk about what you're doing every week sure it's it's a new show it's called huchison smooches and it's basically me and I'm gonna just have people on and we're gonna do you know industry professionals and we're gonna make cocktails we're gonna talk to some crazy things I have some good ideas for down the road but how how weird is it that it took an hour break for me to get a show called who choose and smooches I mean my god you guys says just in the making every Friday at four thirty is that what it is yep okay so weird and so heather I had heather on she was in her kitchen I was at my table and we made she made a gin and tonic and then I made a well we all my gosh a whiskey highball thank you and then she made a single kind of thing with the Negroni so she took the Negroni and then she added things to it she added kava two AM hello so good looking then a little bit of you know do you S. S. and it was like a single yeah that is a little bit more gutsy you know what I mean and great like boom there you go and so then I made a bloody beer but so are you is this Facebook that you guys are are you using Instagram how're you also M. S. P. TV has launched a you know through MSP we're doing something called M. S. P. TV and we're doing shows on Instagram you know Steve marsh our friend talk to laser beak in the musician and they had like a late night chat on Tuesday cool you know and then we have Kelly Keegan's who is our home and design editor and she's been doing designers talking about your house and your space so fast and then so and then you know on Facebook live no tears had some industry professionals on so she's talking with about small businesses and how they're doing and how they're faring and then I am just sort of the comedic Friday you know cocktail hour because it was such a good spot for as of right now I'm on Facebook live with that animacy Magen I'll share it to my own page but then I don't know we're trying to figure out all the tax you guys like that the hardest part of this I will try to figure out what to stream where and how it goes but you know we're just basically trying to give you guys a little bit more insight if you want less of the cocktails that I went through we did post the last on the weekly dash the baseball okay which is where we post lots of thanks I know can I just have a moment for a like a like Easter as far as it is a brunch thing or if it's a dinner thing for you are you I'm struggling with that okay because I'm not because I'm trying to feel like I'm wondering eats and then what cocktail am I going to have with what it does is different if I'm gonna start with something yeah I guess we're gonna have Easter dinner at like ten or eleven I never do anything a tender loving city corner to like noon yeah and I'm gonna have egg bake and ham and asparagus and a salad and what do you have to drink I'm gonna go wine I think I'm gonna do my family you are I believe in pink I'm thinking I feel I'm having a bubbles craving I think I'm gonna have to go get some piazza Grande my sparkling wine Briscoe that I love but I might also have to pop I don't know I'm feeling like a cover ever since heather talked about this kava you know which is just a Spanish version of sparkling wine it's just cheaper hi Leslie Miller moves a wine has some great covers that does not recommending yes all right and what to have for your Easter and we're right on it but Easter is just bring food people don't feel like you can't order some Easter wine and have it in the next couple weeks yeah my gosh oh my god yeah you anything that you and I'm buying like like I bought the one of like the Emily they come in the big you know magnums Bagnell because it is often you know like I said I'll stand up to hit the liquor stores.
"steve marsh" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Mark. Bill is example. Don't look like I've missed much. We don't change a lot in Gocha game. Glad seeing you again. I would not deny him. Dodgers good place to shut of tonight. What do you mean off? I don't want to be around. When Joel cuts loose Joe Live? He must be a hundred miles from here. Not Now I've seen him Dylan chased him and his brother. Outta here after that. Hold up last week You must see to somebody else. Dylan chase them all right and he killed read. That's why Jones back to get map you should. I'm sure he's down delivery stable then into the lean horse. He's telling them it right out plane. He's out to get the Marshall so I think I'll ride right on through. I'M GONNA catch a bullet. I don't want it to be one. That was meant for somebody else songs long. Bill Kidding man talking about Dylan did he say back. Dodge did Miss Kitty. Delivery Steve Marsh. Somebody out of town. That won't be sense but nothing. Thanks Myself Jeffer- wake up. Chester Chester.
5 Podcasts For Those Who Love Awkward Conversations
"This week's theme is Awkward Conversations. The curator is Courtney Cossack Co host the Private Parts Unknown podcast. Here's why Courtney chose this theme. She writes I love setups that are inherently uncomfortable. Haven't told your boyfriend about that. You're crippling debt. You think your data's a serial killer you want to confront your troll. I'm in here. Are the PODCASTS and episodes chosen by Courtney. Monday's episode comes from this is uncomfortable and is called when money makes it weird. It's thirty one minutes long. In this episode host. Reema Jerez tries to settle a debt. That she's been avoiding and what happens when one person in a relationship has way more money than the other Tuesday's episode comes to us from the clearing and is called hunting season. It's fifty two minutes long in this episode. We meet April. WHO finds out that her father might have been a serial killer? Wednesday's episode comes from this American Life and is called. If you don't have anything nice to say say it in all caps. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. What happens when the Internet turns on you? It's safe to say whatever you want on the Internet. Nobody will know it's you but that same anonymity makes it possible for people to say all the awful the things that make the Internet. Such an annoying sometimes frightening place Thursday's episode comes from Private Parts Unknown and is called men have abortions to part two. It's fifty four minutes long for the seventh episode of Private Parts. Unknown hosts coordinate Cossack and Sophia Alexandra are back with the second installment in their three part series featuring men talking about their personal experiences with abortion for this edition. Were joined by two guys. I former youth pastor slash current stand stand up comedian Derek Murray and then filmmaker slash writers slash VR extraordinary Christopher Morrison who exemplified. How subtle religious indoctrination can manifest in surprising prizing ways as the shame and stigma surrounding the issue are processed Friday's episode comes from heavyweight and it's called the marshes? It's fifty six minutes long in this episode. After a drunken slip of the tongue Steve Marsh and his siblings discover a secret their mother has been keeping from them for almost forty years now. Steve Steve wants to help his mom. Take action those. Are The podcast recommendations. Chosen by Courtney for this week's theme Awkward Conversations
"steve marsh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Very fun event last night yeah so ed you seen her before no I had never seen her before this is my first time seeing her and I was super excited I thought it was a fantastic show I mean I don't know how much she normally talks and I love it when artists taco meat soon married and she obviously as most people know at this point you know spent a good amount of time here in Minneapolis when she was sort of before she was really known she was in several bands you know what I realized I was reading actually in Minneapolis Saint Paul magazine Steve marsh did an oral history of Liz those time in Minneapolis it's a really fun read it's online too and that's nice dot com but she was in a band called she chalice and I remember once member voltage fashion and yeah I show yeah I swear chalice played at one of those shows I remember being like this band is amazing and that's probably because I was seeing Liz I didn't even realize it was Liz so well I just think it like I said to today was not only was she great her messaging over all she's a great speaker by the way yes I mean she's a really great speaker yeah last modified route for a live broadcast that's for sure well but she definitely gets a message across and she's super positive in super fun yeah I love when she came out and she said you know I'm at B. is a little tired this evening because I my belly so the mac and cheese right right right like it's Paul you got a load up.
"steve marsh" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast
"Play tests materials, and I thought Lookie here. Isn't that? Interesting. You sons a bitches. No, it's opposite. All okay. Great. Are you kidding me? So wizards is going with my whole book is about the Sohag in essentially, and you know, salt marshes bringing back the the focus not they're not. They're not as waterborne as my adventure is, but they're dealing with coastal things. Actually, some of the other parts of the book will the salt. Marsh stuff is not of course, that's really just shoreline. Mostly. But it brings all those aquaman creatures back into our into the into the focus of the dean D world anytime a wizard's book hits. That's what everyone looks at. You know, it's top of conversation DM's guild scrambles to to print to reduce ancillary products. And so here comes crammers book at the same time, you know, kick-starting couldn't couldn't have worked out better. So I'm thrilled, quite frankly. So my book is a bout about the PC's are in town to set in the loss land setting, which is, you know, pretty much classic medieval. So it could be forgotten realms? It could be could even gray off. You can put it to any setting. But it's the frog is proprietary setting is lost lands, which is a Kickstarter that just wrapped up raise successfully they've been in there for twenty years. They're, you know, dash I literally hundreds of material bra products have been placed in this setting. Anyway, they started on your starting this little small seaport. You're hired. To find to join a search and rescue mission for missing ship in his missing, captain. And all of course, through almost everything. I write is an investigation. I've realized that that's kind of the thing I like to write a mystery investigation. And so you follow clues. You're you basically start on the water for the first third of the book on a ship crossed in surviving. Hopefully, lots of the hazards same kind of things you just mentioned can talk about that some extent, and if you want, and then you come to I guess, I can say this hoping to spoiler. There is also a significant portion of the book on a uncharted tropical island with all kinds of weird stuff going on new monsters strangeness happening and the final third of the book, if you're so lucky takes you under the waves into the depths to confront the seeking himself in his vast Sohag in city. In in a trench in the middle of the ocean. So it's lots of lots of different places for the characters to play to succeed and today, and so it's going to be I I've had a tremendous joy full-time putting this thing together. And it's been nice to be able to take my time with it have played tested. Thoroughly get lots of eyes on it in the industry that helped me, you know, make suggestions here and there, and I'm just alighted with the end product. It's it's in its final editing now, and it's going to start lay out soon. And so the books written the art I've shared some of the art with you go my God. That's awesome looking stuff. Dude meeting. You thank you. I'm this really next level stuff. I mean, this is going to be the deal. Let me put this way. When I said, yes, this guy's I'll do this. But this book has to be at least of good or better quality than any wizard's book that's out there. So it sits on the shelf. The binding is better the covers better the papers better. The art is as good or better the layout. Everything has to be that level. You know, and they are totally down with it. Their books of gut frog out have gotten so good. Anyway, they have there. So, you know, so we're working with some other pretty exciting things. I can't announce quite yet. But there's some other people who are entities out there who let's say they work with wizards on some of the releases, and they may be joining likely going to be joining our Kickstarter certain award levels to produce different things in it. So I'm super excited about this. You know, the the it's come together so nicely. And you know, and the play testing has been great I've been playing at shows. I have I'm going out to Colorado Springs here for Kobo con at the end of the month and for some more play testing I've been playing ruining it right now about halfway through at the game. Whole the guys have been really giving great feedback and having a lot of fun. So that's going real. Well, very cool. I have a question go for it. So Alex are they're going to be ninjas in this. Oh. Be pirate navy maybe pirate dinosaur. Midget fire. Dies waterborne ninja fire at dinosaur. Looking. I will I promise I will not go to episode fifty one and hold that out at twenty two minutes. No. Or forty minutes. Some you can totally do that. Because this book is true to that. You will not find any of those things in this book. Oh. Let me ask you a legitimate question. So did you draw any anything from the sea devils that monster cer- cannabis the second Ed de it was that I have been carrying a skips book with me everywhere. I go for the last year. All right. That's what I need to hear. I figure like there's no way with his election that he has not been devour you've been sleeping with that under your pillow. I figured yeah. And so as part of this is one of the struggles, these guys asked me to write a gonna college book, and like man, it's it's been done and done. Really? Well, but there's some spy, so I'm I'm doing it. But I'm doing I'm taking a different direction. Skip did a great job. And so let's just a props for soil. Steve marsh? Thank you very much for inventing, the Sohag in the first place. They'll see in Texas. I'll say Hello. And thank you in person for that. Skip for doing such a great job at this book and all the other people. Bruce Cordell, did a great book to is part of that same series developing these tremendously interesting creatures, they're they're cruel. They're they're they're they're they're want their their minded in their thinking ever. They see every other life form as a food source, but they're highly organized and highly structured, they have a caste -ociety. That's basically founded on the principle of might makes. Right. So the strong rule in the week serve. So I have done a lot of stuff. I'm writing a bunch of stuff about their systems of governance and the religion the cult of the shark God. And that's a really heavy part of my book sort of religious fanaticism that has taken over this these the HOGAN and why they're doing what they're doing which is somewhat unlike some of their core traits, which is they usually will never do they leave. Do they take live prisoners? They just don't believe in it except for my book. And there's a specific reason why they're doing so in it's really creepy and really weird. And I think everyone's gonna enjoy it. So yes, the devils has been tremendous. I'm trying to write a basically like a. A volume two of it. Very cool. Yeah. So one of the things that win I talked about this topic initially neither he nor. I had a lot of really good experiences with waterborne adventures either, you know, on a pirate ship or any kind of waterborne, especially underwater adventures. They were always kind of inside or this really annoying fucked up thing that the game master, and we will okay around the water how these rules work. What I guess question for you is what draws you to water. I mean, just even if we put your book aside. To me. I'm hearing you say you've got if not passionate released the desire to for waterborne underwater on water type ventures is there have you had really good experiences with them in the past, you know, mixed. I think like everyone else they just like anything else can be poorly done. So the the I took it on actually this as more of a challenge because it forced me to really rethink. How how they go. How I I know how to write something like that. How how to create interesting scenarios for the players to be extremely challenged. But ultimately hopefully succeed with really skillful play. And so that's been interesting. So let you your example of a storm. I think that's an opportunity that's missed with with DM's often. Because it takes some thought I think some preparation, so you're imagining a storm a medieval best vessel like a schooner or a clipper or something like that. So two or three mass three decks, and it's rolling through the ocean with going up big rollers and falling down mountains of water. Basically. So everything that's not nailed down this pitching around all the sale has been furled and tied down and the the boat in this an extremely. Vulnerable state is attacked by Merrill. Let's say so how the hell do you fight off when creatures that are essentially in their native environment with breakers rolling over the top of the ship. And you are they're trying to cast magic missiles. Right. I mean, so I had to think through those mechanics because we don't really have any is not really any in any game system. That's really at least as far as I know that that are there's someone off stuff that is. But not in any of the core sets for any of the stuff anyway fantasy D type things when it came to remember, my first addition even second dish in books. I think a little bit third and Pathfinder went out, but you can be how spells work under water. Remember that was a thing in the first edition DMZ. Like, hey, the spell fireball didn't worker did or this work a certain way. But. You're very finite list in that was only kind of the the pieces that when you get when you get nature and all of its fury in this this craziness and then natural creatures in their element. You know, how do you deal with somebody who's well fuck fucking just a welfare fireball in water, breathing and does the magic mess with the coolness of the natural impacts while it can. And so that was that's a that's a slightly different subject. We talk about underwater. But but in for can answer this five they've made it pretty simple. You have a swim speed. You can do pretty much anything. You can do all your things. So. Yeah, you can you just worse. I've not been I've not done any waterborne much of anything in five e so sure sure. So for the the back to when I was talking about, you know, the picking heaving deck in, you know, massive breakers rolling over at ten, you know, wind lashing, and so on so that this is, you know, I created set some circumstances of concentration checks that to do everything and. Different dexterity or acrobat. Check, Stephen move. And if not you you get swept to the rail, and then you have a chance to make a save strength saved. Catch the rail before your swept over in the delay, but hungry sharks blow are looking for your deliciousness. And so on so I set up all this kind of stuff, and I think, and then I played it with my guys. And they said Jesus that's hard.
"steve marsh" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Boy, what is up with that. You know? I mean, wh why I guess because it's quiet and nobody's there, maybe. So or maybe it's just all those all those democrat voters around. There's so many people voted for me. He voted for me. All these people. She's probably never had more support than in the cemetery. Well, I mean, that's that's her. That's her base. That's her base. Absolutely. Well, the house passes a Bill endorsing illegal aliens voting now, they don't allow illegal aliens devote themselves, but this is a sweeping democrat voting rights campaign finance and ethics reform package. This was known as H R one four the people act which was approved on a party line vote to thirty four to one ninety three this according to San Fran man, h ARA one restores the people's faith that government works for the public interest. The people's interests not the special interest. It would expand early voting enact redistricting reform, which is a priority election reform for the Democrats. It will make election day of federal holiday, it would automatically registered voters and for stricter disclosure laws from any political activities one provision would force presidential candidates and vice presidential candidates to release their tax returns over the last ten years, which Democrats have tried to force President Trump to do democrat passed Bill faces stiff opposition from Senate Republicans. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said this week that it would not receive any floor time because I get to decide what we vote on President Trump also threatened to veto the legislation. So apparently, it's not going anywhere. Congressman MO Brooks of Alabama staunch house conservative slammed the Bill as a cynical democrat move to dilute Americans voting power he said in a statement today as a backdrop. Let me emphasize the long term goal of socialist Democrats is to dilute and undermine the voting power of American citizens. How do we know that bypass socialist democrat actions, and conduct for example, pay says in many parts of America was socialist Democrats enjoyed dominant political control they have made it lawful for illegal aliens and lawful non-citizens vote therefore and thereby diluting the vote of American citizens and undermining the ability of Americans to run their own government. San Francisco he says is the largest such city where legal aliens and all other non citizens can not only lawfully registered to vote. They in fact, vote in local elections further. HR one does its best to exploit and expand voter fraud. Loopholes that socialist Democrats slipped into past federal legislation that for example empowered as many as ninety five thousand non-citizens. To register to vote and fifty eight thousand non-citizens to actually vote in the recent Texas elections Mark Walker of North Carolina. Vice chairman of the House Republican conference also chastised the Bill saying well House Republicans remained committed to producing results. Our colleagues across the aisle seem only interested in retaining power and resisting productivity and an attempt to legislate electoral advantages for their candidates house. Democrats are attempting to force North Carolina taxpayers to pay for campaign ads for California politicians instead of counting ballots from the capital. The new house majority should be counting the number of people who will be hurt by their policies that will cost six hundred thousand dollars per household and make private health insurance illegal. And of course, it was Jim Jordan and all these other folks, speaking of Alabama we were talking about MO Brooks from Alabama. The state of Alabama is upset that there. They say that illegal aliens shouldn't be counted in the census now, I remember when this happened a lot of people don't realize this. But this is a fairly new development that we count illegal aliens in the senses that believe it happened in the eighties. And a lot of people don't know this. And when you tell them this, they go are you serious? We count illegal aliens in the census. Yes. So this gives states like California more congressional districts in there do because accounting illegal aliens. Well, what's getting ready to happen is is that Alabama's getting ready to lose a congressional seat because of illegal aliens because more illegal aliens have moved into California. And so they're going to be taking a seat away from Alabama and giving it a California. So here's what they're seeing. A federal judge this from USA today, a bevy of private plaintiffs and congressional Democrats are claiming that they once uncontroversial citizenship question is being revived to suppress non-citizens from participating in the census. So this is where they're asking you on the census, are you a citizen, and they're afraid that people are going to say what we're not going to Pittsburgh because we're what we shouldn't be counting people who aren't citizens. In the census. Hello. Well, this debate rages on the state of Alabama's fighting to bring awareness to a separate, but significant census related issue. Alabama is said the lose one of its seven congressional seats nine electoral votes a seat and vote. It would not lose if legal immigrants were excluded from the the apportionment base. There are lawsuit. They say is unrelated to the citizenship question states, like California, which is challenging the question are the very ones that benefit from the presence of illegal immigration and illegal immigrants when it comes to apportionment the practice of including legal illegal immigrants in the senses has repeatedly resulted in the unlawful distribution of additional house seats and electoral votes to states with high numbers of illegal immigrants from states with low numbers of illegal immigrants, depriving those states and their citizens of their rightful share of representation and political power this from Steve Marsh, by the way, he's the attorney general of Alabama. And they're they want to challenge this. I don't see how anybody with one nine agreeing to sense can think it's a good idea to count illegal immigrants in the census will do here. They're not supposed to be here. That's the whole point. We'll see this is why we need to build the wall. This is why we need to crack. Down on legal immigration because if you do this if you build the wall if you crackdown on illegal immigration, and you get these folks out of the country than it doesn't matter if they're cattleman the census, they won't be here to be counted Heller. Do I have to think of everything? I guess so I guess so that's just my lot in life Bill shine is out at the White House, and they weren't really. Man, disclosing exactly why his piece from media. And they got this his resignation letter assistant to the president communications director Bill shine. He took hope Hicks place, by the way. Offered his resignation to the president yesterday evening and the president accepted Bill continues to support President Trump in his agenda will serve as senior adviser to the twenty twenty reelection campaign. Now, it just talks about he's done an outstanding job, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So why do you think this is I think he's causing his wife? Remember yesterday? We tell you. She's a she's an anti she's an anti vaccine is what they call them. She's an anti vaccine person. And so people have gone all she's an embarrassment to Trump we've got to get rid of her or rid of him. And we get rid of him or get rid of her. You know, you've heard my thoughts in this vaccine thing, and I'm not trying to straddle the fence on and I'm just telling you, I think vaccines are wonderful thing. I think they've a radical a lot of diseases out there. But at the same time, I do understand that there are people who have their reservations about them. And as it stands right now. There aren't a whole lot of people percentage wise who were not getting vaccines. I guess the people in Washington afraid or the CDC that this will spread. But I don't think that it will unless there's some legitimate reason for it to spread. And then if it is then we need to revisit this. But I mean as it stands now, it's far less than I don't even. It's I know is less than ten percent. And it may be less than five percent of people out of their parents have decided not to get their kids vaccinated. So if that's the case ninety percent of the kids are vaccinated. So if the measles breaks out, and I know we told you the stamp yesterday. That about three percent of those who've been vaccinated can get the measles. But we also told you that didn't since was this nineteen eighteen years since the since two thousand nine hundred eighteen because I don't know whether they're counting last year's or whatever. But since two thousand we've had a grand total of eleven people die of the measles. That's what I'm saying. I it just doesn't seem to me. Like, it's any kind of thing close to an epidemic. So I wouldn't worry about it. Too much. You know, somebody was asking me yesterday. You get the measles. Because this thing came about after I was born. So I don't know whether actually got the measles vaccine. I always thought I remembered that I had the measles. But both of my parents are gone. I know my father would never remember I can ask my mother, but she's been gone, you know, forty years. So I don't know. So if I come into contact, so that's gonna be funny, and it you're gonna come into contact with somebody with the means you're gonna catch it. Mr. smarty pants, Mr. anti vaccine. Well, maybe I will. But I mean, you know, I think. If it gets me gets me. You gotta go somehow. I just. I just am not gonna sit around and worry that I'm going to get the flipping measles for crying out loud. I tell you. I remember having the measles. But maybe it's something maybe I'm thinking of something else. Maybe I'm thinking of chicken pox. No that was a venereal disease. No. I'm just kidding. I'm just kidding, folks. Quick time out we'll be back. We'll take some of your phone calls on the other side if we can get to them six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six we got a lot of stuff talk about those who don't get hurt. If we don't we'll be back right after.
"steve marsh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"File. So. Today. Laurie comes in and we cannot go down to the Turf Club tomorrow night. It's just going to be too cold. I need to cancel and I said, okay. We'll just we'll do conference call. I know it's not as it's not as good. If you wanna take pictures or video tape us for the magazine seriously is what I'm thinking. And we leave a message just call us back three Causey back you go into the the prep room. And all of a sudden, I'm hearing. Julia come here. Oh, no what. Julia. Okay. So so we are maybe one of the seven people tomorrow night, but we hope there's twenty seven at the Turf Club. And we're only saying that because of the weather, and we are going to be. The question about panel discussion of to where the panel. Julia listeners there's three other categories of our and even tell me that we'll read it out. Discussion that Andrew broder is doing is a musician. Yes. And his band will pay play afterwards. And he's a rumor Justin Vernon may be there. There's some others. Yes. Steve marsh? And. Andrew wanted us to go because he he listens to our show. And I. There were he was on conference. Call was Steve marching I never heard anything about him listening. Maybe he to are showing goes Jillette goes. All right. Well, he knew who we were. Sustain. Hates doing this committed us to something. I thought it was going to be a quick thing. In an EMMY plan. I thought it was an interview I thought we were taking photos and going to be in Minneapolis, Saint Paul magazine. So I I had no. Yup. On stage and people who don't know us are going to be watching us. Sponsored by other radio station. Even better..
"steve marsh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"We're working. We did meet someone in the media room that was here for the Super Bowl last year a reporter, and he turned around he said, Minnesota, I remember you guys, but I was at the Super Bowl last year. And he made a mistake he stayed somehow. You know, how the Marriott the new Marietta is attached to the mall of America. Yeah. He stood across the street in a different one or something a different mirror or something. And he said I have never been so cold. All. That quotes that were left behind and stuff because it was really creepy after party someone stole all the codes or something. But no it got really cold. It was kinda thirty then it got really cold and people had to buy stuff. And then it got like a warmed up again. Anyway, all these people visitors bought codes, and then they didn't want to take him back and they left hotels. No. It was just it was funny listening to him. So it's called. Okay. So what is more interesting is my colleague here Laureen. We had something on a counter tomorrow night for what I thought was a lovely little quick interview twenty minutes with Minneapolis. Saint Paul magazine is sorta died when I agreed to this like five weeks ago in steam Marshall, I always have a sunspot for Steve Marsh because he's a did a body per story on us way way way back in the day late two thousand and one and that became a cover story on the cover of Minneapolis. Yes. Mason we've been in it. I know, but I'm just saying that was that was a cover half. And it was very very anyways. In Steve so rates. He covers music, and so he called and he said, yeah, if you could just any I know he take gathers this residency that's happening in January the Turf Club and I completely misunderstood him. And I thought he was interviewing us first story. Same about how much celebrity. How did how much celebrity interviewing and coverage has changed since when we first started on the air. TMZ progress Hilton internet for I mean. Let me. Wasn't. We didn't have anything to like look at anything. Good. Okay. It was just all starting when morning news was morning news and set a celebrity. So I got great. We're doing this quick thing. So then Lord, I thought it would then I even thought it involved. The sag words that he wanted to see, you know. I mean, I really I thought we were getting a little.
Boys rescued from Thai cave are recovering well in hospital
"Wisconsin senator district wtmj reporting that the district is terminating cfo jeff sink avec also getting rid of its vp of sales and marketing trays good row the changes come as the bradley center of course is starting to dissipate steve marsh will become the new cfo of the wisconsin center district originally with the bradley center that according to the district confirming that's wtmj much more on this developing story throughout the day today the changes coming to the district the wisconsin senate district by the way runs the convention center and the milwaukee theatre right there new where the new milwaukee arena theaters history is now underway the eighteen day ordeal is now officially over in northern thailand all twelve boys and their soccer coach have made it out alive of that flooded cave the crews that were in there with them now also out crews have been racing to get the soccer team out before monsoon unrein's we're going to move in later this week bbc correspondent jan johnson is reporting that there's been such complex or operating everyone breathing a big sigh of relief now the strength and resilience and self belief of those boys the skill and determination of the expert case diva's who came to rescue it's a phenomenal feat of endurance and a daring rescue operation that's being carried off successfully against such difficult off the boys are quarantined there hoped to be reunited with their families soon some have been able to see family members through glass many of them also asking for food all kinds of food asking for anything they can get their hands on they also want to go to the world cup final in russia where they've actually been invited to go at ten doctors say that's not going to happen they'll have to settle in watch it on tv perhaps so they'll be able to see some type of a big game manchester united expressing it's really manchester united now offering all involves not only those that were trapped in the cave but the crew is well to come see a game of theirs in the future weeks escorted by vice president mike pence the new supreme court nominee brett cavanaugh at the capital he's meeting with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and others expected to meet with senator ron johnson at some point as well johnson praising the president selection of cavenaugh adding that even if the president gets indicted in goes before the supreme core cavenaugh would avoid a conflict of interest law article on this is very well informed and written in a good time with shows his impartiality on on the subject so i for my own standpoint i see no reason why he'd have to recuse himself on come before the supreme court senator tammy baldwin is expressing reservations hasn't made any decisions yet senator johnson says he's pleased that she is taking her time with a snap decision the fight fight over the future of milwaukee's troubled north division high school is continuing recall the reaction what's north division to become a community controlled school a group from that part of milwaukee that would be an effective school board for that school longtime education reporter ellen bore success would probably require either state legislative approval or a high degree of cooperation with the monarchy school board and the teachers union and frankly that's not gonna happen doors division as a tendency and enrollment issues plus an eighteen percent dropout rate and graduates just three of ten kids in four years g miller wtmj news the brewers keep the push on to get their first baseman hey suzanne guitar into next week's all star game the brewers are all the paying fans to vote for heyzer saying killer the smart thing for example they bought coffee for fans for voting gm david stearns approves horford to have it on having on our team and i think it's important for us in organization for us as a community for us as a fan base to recognize what he's done for us and to be able to reward him acropora with the deserving recognition which is to be in the all star game it could be celebrated among the best players in baseball david stearns against donald johnson's morning news earlier today doug russell wtmj sport all star game one week from tonight sports traffic and weather next w teams news time eleven.