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"susquehanna river" Discussed on WTOP
"News. 5 24, the house January 6th committee is set to release an 800 page report today in which they conclude that then president Donald Trump criminally plotted to overturn his 2020 election defeat and provoked his supporters to violence. Last night, the committee released transcripts from 34 witnesses, most of whom invoke their Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination. Earlier this week, the committee referred mister Trump to the Justice Department for criminal charges. Meantime, a so called shadow committee of the 5 House Republicans who were originally nominated to sit on the January 6th committee have released their own final reported blames the capitol riot on security failures by capitol police and House speaker Nancy poly. Pelosi. A federal appeals court has thrown out an agreement between the state of Maryland and constellation energy environmentalists say it would have allowed too much pollution to flow down the Susquehanna river and into the Chesapeake Bay. The decision from a federal appeals court in D.C. says Marilyn violated the clean water act when it reached a deal to allow constellation energy to be exempt from certain water quality standards at the conowingo dam on the Susquehanna river. We did not think that the settlement agreement that the state of Maryland entered into was protective of water quality. Allison Prost is the vice president of environmental protection and restoration with the Chesapeake Bay foundation, which was part of the lawsuit. The state of Maryland and their settlement agreement waived their right to require pollution limits in the future from the dam. Calls to constellation went unanswered in the Maryland attorney general's office would not comment. John dome in WTO,
"susquehanna river" Discussed on WTOP
"Won a special election to the seat earlier this year following the death of longtime congressman Don young. WTO at 1148. Traffic and weather on the 8s back to Joe Fox in the WTO traffic setting. Sean a lot of our crashes are clearing out nicely what we are left with are going to be volume delays around the region. So let's start with the bay bridge again. And we do have two way traffic now working eastbound across the bay towards Kent island and it is about a four mile back up from about saint Margaret's road, but things are slow and go now as you have three lanes available to you. I think you're going to have that cleared up here in the next 20 minutes to half hour. Nice job by the Maryland toll authority getting that moving. Southbound three O one still have the crash working just past central avenue with a single lane getting you through, a little bit of a delay as you pass their file police direction. On the capitol beltway, we're in good shape the earlier crash at colesville road is gone. Never did find the sign of the crash at the inner loop at going through college park. 95 in between the beltways is moving while BW Parkway also moving well in between the beltways. If you're headed farther north on 95, we have volume delays from an early morning crash. Going to be from route one 52 up to 22 past Maryland House. That's about ten miles of slow traffic. If you're headed up towards Delaware and the Susquehanna river. Two 70 northbound moving well all the way up through Frederick, no problems on 70 west, 66 also moving well out to the west. 95 south were having a typical volume delays. It looks kind of like a Saturday morning right now. So it's going to be a little bit slow across the aka Kwan, a little bit slow through dumfries and Dale City. And then a little bit slow with the express lane merge at a quiet harbor, and you'll open up at 17 falmouth with all lanes now open. Northbound 95, we had some folks clearing the earlier crashdown and ashlyn so lots of folks making their way upstream, which means Fredericksburg is going to start to pick up some pressure. So from the spotsylvania exit across the rappahannock river, and then on toward centerport Parkway, you're going to see some delays and then briefly again at a quiet harbor once you get past the past a quiet harbor towards the aka Kwan river and Springfield you're in good shape. No big issues in the district
"susquehanna river" Discussed on WTOP
"Owned and operated. You're listening to WTO neighbors. Ten 23, as prince George's county police continue their search for the suspect in that deadly mall shooting yesterday, we're now learning more about the victim. 20 year old Darien herring of hyattsville was shot and killed Thursday in the food court at the mall at prince George's. He died on the scene. Officials say the shooting was not random. Police have released a photo of the suspect and are asking for any help that could lead to an arrest. The heights will city police chief says, security at the mall has been increased along with more support from police. This is the second person killed at the mall so far this year. Melissa Howell, WTO P news. And you can see photos of that suspected shooter on WTO P dot com. More tax cuts may be coming in Virginia. The Commonwealth ended the 2022 fiscal year with a cash surplus of a bit more than $3 billion and governor Glenn youngkin says that's a sign of both a healthy economy and some over taxation in his opinion. In a meeting with lawmakers today, youngkin said he will propose setting aside nearly $400 million of that surplus as a starting point for tax relief in the next budget cycle. That would be on top of about $4 billion in tax cuts contained in the budget he signed into law earlier this year. Young can also says he thinks Virginia is well positioned to whether any potential economic downturn. $20 million has been secured to help replace a century old bridge in our region that carries passenger commuter and freight trains. Maryland senators Chris van hollen and Ben cardin, along with congressman Dutch Rupert burger, say the funding will help complete the final design work for the new Susquehanna river rail bridge that bridge carries the northeast corridor main line, including all Amtrak service and Mark commuter trains. It serves as the main connector between havre de grace and perryville, Maryland, the lawmakers say the new bridge will eliminate train delays, allow those trains to go faster and improve capacity and safety. Some of the best young baseball players are playing on a field of dreams this week. The Babe Ruth league
"susquehanna river" Discussed on WTOP
"Battlefields of Ukraine, Russia is struggling. And even as they continue struggling, there's no sign they're shutting this war down anytime soon. WTO P news, we take you there. This is WTO P news. It's a 22. As prince George's county police continue their search for the suspect in that deadly mall shooting yesterday, we're now learning more about the victim. 20 year old Darien herring of hyattsville was shot and killed Thursday in the food court at the mall at prince George's. He died on the scene. Officials say the shooting was not random. Police have released a photo of the suspect and are asking for any help that could lead to an arrest. The heights full city police chief says, security at the mall has been increased, along with more support from police. This is the second person killed at the mall so far this year. Melissa Howell, WTO P news. And you can see photos of the suspected shooter at WTO P dot com. $20 million has been secured to help replace a century old bridge in our region that carries passenger commuter and freight trains. Maryland senators Chris van hollen and Ben cardin and congressman Dutch Rupert burger say the funding will help complete the final design work for the new Susquehanna river rail bridge that bridge carries the northeast corridor main line, including all Amtrak service and Mark commuter trains. It serves as the main connector between havre de grace and perryville, Maryland, the lawmakers say the new bridge will eliminate train delays, help them go faster and improve capacity and safety. It's been a week since a car ran into the Ireland's four quarts pub in Arlington, 15 people were hurt in that crash at the intersection of courthouse road and Wilson boulevard, and Arlington now reports that a volunteer firefighter and EMT rushed to pull people to safety after it happened. Timo clots says when he heard the car hit the pub, he made the split second decision to go inside and help. He says if people had not been pulled out of the wreckage quickly, the situation might have been much worse. Three people are still in the hospital after the crash. One is in critical condition, condition rather. It is still unclear exactly what led to that crash
"susquehanna river" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors
"Leg power. I can afford leg power. But the competition, we're maxing out tournaments. We have a 200 angler max on our tournaments. And we've been maxing out a lot of them this year. You know, last year in places where we had a 120 anglers show up. We had 200 anglers and a waiting list. So the sport you're right, it is. It is growing big time, the term side of it is growing. Big time because we all have this push in this need and this desire for competition. Not everybody, but you start getting out there and you see how big voter tournaments are and people want to do they want to keep what the competition and kayaks offer you the best bet to go and do that. So we are seeing growth there, but we're also seeing an influx of people just really wanting to get out on the water. Kayak sales have been through the roof. They haven't been able to keep a lot of them in stock and plus with the shortage of manufacturing during COVID with you can't just can't get parts for things. You know, there has been a shortage of kayaks. And so when people can get them, they're using them. And I see a lot more of them out there on the water every day. Every time I'm out there. So it's really encouraging to me to see people go out there and do that. And that's really near to my heart, building kayak tournaments because I love competition. That's the warrior mentality. I call it of me. I want to go into battle somehow some way. And we created the hobie tournaments because it was a tournament that we wanted to fish. And then my friend AJ mcwhorter can run in those the last four years and then this year I've stepped back in to help tournament direct some of those, you know, that's where I'm at right now. Susquehanna river and Pennsylvania right outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and we have a sold out tournament coming up at the end of the month. So we'll have 200 anglers out floating down the Susquehanna river.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on WTOP
"For by Facebook Get a $49 fall furnace tuna by calling 809 four 8 Mike Busiest travel day of the year Let's go right back to Joe Fox and the traffic center Dell just getting a new report of a crash in Virginia This is going to be on northbound 9 95 in between dumfries and triangle use caution we don't have any lane information on that one but do expect to see some sudden slowdowns as you're headed that way elsewhere It's really starting to wind down So we've got some minor volume delays as you cross the acad 9 95 south northbound is going to be slow through Dale City And then southbound as you expect it will be slow at the express lane merge Don't forget to decide before the divide with a new local lanes for 17 falmouth and root three So there is some slowdown as you approach that and get through the city of Fredericksburg northbound you're going to be slow from thornberg into Fredericksburg Farther south on 95 there was a crash at the atlee exit so you've got about ten miles of slow traffic in between king's dominion as you approach to 95 north bound 95 is looking good down that way Bay bridge no issues 66 looking good and no problems out there elsewhere north of town in Maryland two 70 and 70 are moving great at the earlier delays we had on south mountain have completely cleared up BW Parkway still dealing with some lingering volume delays in between one 97 and four ten in both directions and some lingering delays with the earlier crash that was in between 50 and two O two both loops of the beltway a little bit slow through that stretch but far less than we would see on a normal rush hour Don't forget 95 if you're going far north of town the tidings bridge over the Susquehanna river is down to one lane so you have about 5 miles of delays if you're headed up into Delaware and New Jersey this evening If you're seeing something we're not reporting call the WTO traffic tip line one 8 6 6 three zero four WTO That's one 8 6 6 three O four 9 8 6 7 Joe Fox WTO traffic Storm team force Matt riddle Tonight not as cold mid to upper 20s rural areas mid to upper 30s in the cities increasing cloud of this tomorrow mild upper 50.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"He was from I think the lower, a little bit lower than cooperstown area. So it's like the New York part of the Susquehanna river where he particularly lived at this point in time, but he was from the Ohio River valley and died in Canada. This was just towards the midpoint of his life. But the Mohawk Indians were very legendary all across the east coast for being brave warriors, brutal warriors. It's interesting because they had all of these alliances with the British, the Germans, and the different colonists. They almost saw the colonists more of an equal than they did, their fellow indigenous tribes because where I'm from, there's the housatonic river. And I think I mentioned this on this podcast. I was like, I don't know what the housatonic means and I want to find it out. Well, I found out that the actual name of the river is the puta tuck river. And that is given its name from a very well-known prominent chief who was sort of like the patriarch of many different clans that all settle along this river. But one thing I learned while I was researching this housatonic river is that when the Mohawk Indians would come, the puda tuck Indians had a series of mountains where they could convey a message over 200 miles within two to three hours through a series of calls and alerts. In those times, if the Mohawk showed up, you had to pay them tribute or they would take your whole tribe clan hostage and kill all the men and take the women and children. So it was very the Mohawk were very different than this kind of Thanksgiving idea that we have of indigenous people. They were all nice and hunting and we came along. We screwed it all up for them, got them sick. I feel like you either get the whitewashed pre or post World War II version of Native Americans where they were just like happy go lucky hunter gatherers who got squashed by modern times. Pre World War II, the narrative was like, well, they were so savage and they didn't only the ones that went with Christianity were worth saving. And the rest were just savages. Neither of those explanations are true..
"susquehanna river" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Going off on on many tangents. Is there anything you think. needs to be wrapped up anything that we left hanging. The you wanted to comment on pain. You include the pictures. I sent you like their way to include that in this absolutely for folks pictures. Yeah for folks. Who haven't looked Each episode work for the your handbook for the apocalypse. Podcasts has been unique. I put a little bit of time into creating a photo sort of representation of what we talked about The first one. I think was just that your susquehanna river logo which i think is so cool. There's the green and blue one And then yeah the little crow figures me and then there's a a figure of you but i think i'm going to use the one where you're like sitting down with the magnifying glass. That you drew yourself. I think i'm going to aright from now on so this week's episode artwork will have a what what's the proper name of the the craft you got. The the candidate is no idea. I did not have proper name. Well i would call it. Like a like a weaved arabesque almost looking thing but arabesque like kind of brings to mind a whole totally different part of the world but it is kind of like It's like indigenous psychedelic art in fabric. That's one way to put it And so i use it to place crystals upon new see. Now this is. This is some everything i like. I don't make something to make it. I make something to use it This year is definitely To be used. So maybe. I'm maybe i'm forgetting the this part because all right so i had this beautiful staff like this pinewood staff that taryn i found while we were walking and i brought it home with me because my intention was to kind of sand it down and use it as a walking stick. And maybe we'll touch on this next week or something after actually do something with it but i left it in the front lawn thinking like oh nothing will happen to it. Not remembering that you know. My father mos my grandmother's lawn every week so he comes by and runs it over with his lawnmower. And i at first. I was like kind of very upset..
"susquehanna river" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"I believe the earth is very powerful and can reset itself and has its its own ability to heal itself in the same way our bodies do but you know just like our bodies can be overwhelmed by a toxin or disease or something an aleman. That could mean the end. Our lives you know. I think the earth might you know. Have that sort of programmed into it to reset before that happens. You're right there You know and that's getting super woo can't prove that you know. This is all just a thought experiment for those who are more logically minded. But that's what. My intuition is always pointed me. Towards i think having a love for nature and just like a reverence for that has kind of guided me to look at things differently and connect with my higher self. You know like. I was always against drugs and alcohol and all that stuff and for whatever reason i decided to smoke weed When i was sixteen and again not going to be an advocate for here. Because it's everybody's gotta make their own choice. But i definitely think that. That was what i needed as an individual to show sharpen my intuition my interest and then hone in and have the ability to folk. I mean you know with all the distractions like video games internet. Tv all the things. I grew up around being someone who graduated in two thousand twelve born in ninety four. You know it cannabis really brought me back to what i think it means to be inorganic human being connected with your mind body and soul and from that perspective i more able to understand the world around me and also discern whether or not somebody like michael wanna ross. Ben is valuable mentor to me. And i think that's why. I based on intuition so no rivers as significant as they have been in. My life don't didn't like really. I didn't understand it. You know at all until i started seeing michael wadsworth but then in a sort of reverse time sort of way started to make these connections for example. Today i'm reading from this book here. Spirit in the stone. And i bought this book in woodstock new york and i bought it because it talks about something called the hammond. Nasty line. and this is supposedly allay line. Where there are several stone alignments and it even tracks the let's see the celestial equinoxes. I think the summer solstice and the winter solstice as well as the fall. You know it's it's basically like a living compass a standing compass so you have a rock on montauk point that connects all the way to this island in ontario off the lake. I think lake ontario this ontario california or ontario canada. Canada and okay. Yup and it has a. There's an island called monitor so m. a. n. t. o. u. island and this asset line. You know crosses through there. So i'm like that's interesting because i'm trying to think like what. How does connecticut play into this. You know mike ryan rouse ban. They're studying philadelphia susquehanna river none of which is in connecticut some like i'm from connecticut. How do i fit into this. So i start reexamining my life in a way and trying to like okay. Well whose tonic. River comes from here to there goes to my home town. That's where i was born in either way. The right that was relevant. Today was hunter mountain a year ago. Almost exactly your go Before i met my my girlfriend whom now with and went to woodstock to get this book a couple of months ago i was in woodstock by myself just driving around following my intuition one of the practices that i was taking. I think everybody should do this. In their life is just go for a spirit ride. You know getting your car with no destination you know. Try to have some gas and you know maybe even limit yourself on time but just drive and find somewhere that maybe you've never been before and run at day. I was happened to be near the new york connecticut border. And i said you know what i'm gonna. I'm just going to drive into new york. And see where i end up and up near woodstock. Of course you know. Look at my background here. Maybe a hippie vibes but it is very corporate. You know it's as mitsuko as someone like me. Would like so. I drove around and i moved on and i just kind of drove through the countryside. Well happened to see a mountain called hunter mountain. And i took a picture of it. No reason just whatever. Clean out in great view from where i had been parked. But it just dawned on me like take a picture of that. Sorry i posted that on instagram. And that was it now a year later today. I'm looking in this book. that again. i had bought in woodstock. And i only bought it because it mentioned connecticut. Something cool but. I didn't know i didn't go through it all the way now going through A little further. I find that you know this This hunter mountain is a sacred site. It's lined up on the hammond asset wine. So i had recognized that intuitively. And now i'm piecing it together in this china's way another examples that michael one had him on my podcast episode. Twenty five was a great podcast. We headed off. He invited me You know he's like all if you're ever in the area come by you know just visit me at my place. I'm like wow great. And i happened to have that. Opportunity drove to indiana at the beginning of this year and on my way there i called him up. I said hey man. I'm near the susquehanna river. What should i check out. And he's like well. You gotta go here. So i started driving there and i see a sign and people on the east coast known. I'm talking about. I don't know how far into the united states the signs go but you'll see these blue signs typically new york pennsylvania in connecticut and their historical markers and they're usually blue and gold or blue and white blue and black but blue for the most part sometimes read ran. They have you know on this day. This thing happened here in this place. So i'm in wilkes barre pennsylvania and i see a sign that says in sixteen twenty six a connecticut colony came. You know people from connecticut had come to that exact spot you know. However many years ago mike. That's weird you know. And then i go to the spot that michael tomita checkout interesting not too significant couldn't really get to the susquehanna river in that town because the banks are really high so it just.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Who are more logically minded. But that's what. My intuition is always pointed me. Towards i think having a love for nature and just like a reverence for that has kind of guided me to look at things differently and connect with my higher self. You know like. I was always against drugs and alcohol and all that stuff and for whatever reason i decided to smoke weed When i was sixteen and again not going to be an advocate for here. Because it's everybody's gotta make their own choice. But i definitely think that. That was what i needed as an individual to show sharpen my intuition my interest and then hone in and have the ability to folk. I mean you know with all the distractions like video games internet. Tv all the things. I grew up around being someone who graduated in two thousand twelve born in ninety four. You know it cannabis really brought me back to what i think it means to be inorganic human being connected with your mind body and soul and from that perspective i more able to understand the world around me and also discern whether or not somebody like michael wanna ross. Ben is valuable mentor to me. And i think that's why. I based on intuition so no rivers as significant as they have been in. My life don't didn't like really. I didn't understand it. You know at all until i started seeing michael wadsworth but then in a sort of reverse time sort of way started to make these connections for example. Today i'm reading from this book here. Spirit in the stone. And i bought this book in woodstock new york and i bought it because it talks about something called the hammond. Nasty line. and this is supposedly allay line. Where there are several stone alignments and it even tracks the let's see the celestial equinoxes. I think the summer solstice and the winter solstice as well as the fall. You know it's it's basically like a living compass a standing compass so you have a rock on montauk point that connects all the way to this island in ontario off the lake. I think lake ontario this ontario california or ontario canada. Canada and okay. Yup and it has a. There's an island called monitor so m. a. n. t. o. u. island and this asset line. You know crosses through there. So i'm like that's interesting because i'm trying to think like what. How does connecticut play into this. You know mike ryan rouse ban. They're studying philadelphia susquehanna river none of which is in connecticut some like i'm from connecticut. How do i fit into this. So i start reexamining my life in a way and trying to like okay. Well whose tonic. River comes from here to there goes to my home town. That's where i was born in either way. The right that was relevant. Today was hunter mountain a year ago. Almost exactly your go Before i met my my girlfriend whom now with and went to woodstock to get this book a couple of months ago i was in woodstock by myself just driving around following my intuition one of the practices that i was taking. I think everybody should do this. In their life is just go for a spirit ride. You know getting your car with no destination you know. Try to have some gas and you know maybe even limit yourself on time but just drive and find somewhere that maybe you've never been before and run at day. I was happened to be near the new york connecticut border. And i said you know what i'm gonna. I'm just going to drive into new york. And see where i end up and up near woodstock. Of course you know. Look at my background here. Maybe a hippie vibes but it is very corporate. You know it's as mitsuko as someone like me. Would like so. I drove around and i moved on and i just kind of drove through the countryside. Well happened to see a mountain called hunter mountain. And i took a picture of it. No reason just whatever. Clean out in great view from where i had been parked. But it just dawned on me like take a picture of that. Sorry i posted that on instagram. And that was it now a year later today. I'm looking in this book. that again. i had bought in woodstock. And i only bought it because it mentioned connecticut. Something cool but. I didn't know i didn't go through it all the way now going through A little further. I find that you know this This hunter mountain is a sacred site. It's lined up on the hammond asset wine. So i had recognized that intuitively. And now i'm piecing it together in this china's way another examples that michael one had him on my podcast episode. Twenty five was a great podcast. We headed off. He invited me You know he's like all if you're ever in the area come by you know just visit me at my place. I'm like wow great. And i happened to have that. Opportunity drove to indiana at the beginning of this year and on my way there i called him up. I said hey man. I'm near the susquehanna river. What should i check out. And he's like well. You gotta go here. So i started driving there and i see a sign and people on the east coast known. I'm talking about. I don't know how far into the united states the signs go but you'll see these blue signs typically new york pennsylvania in connecticut and their historical markers and they're usually blue and gold or blue and white blue and black but blue for the most part sometimes read ran. They have you know on this day. This thing happened here in this place. So i'm in wilkes barre pennsylvania and i see a sign that says in sixteen twenty six a connecticut colony came. You know people from connecticut had come to that exact spot you know. However many years ago mike. That's weird you know. And then i go to the spot that michael tomita checkout interesting not too significant couldn't really get to the susquehanna river in that town because the banks are really high so.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Like there was a girl on far her website who scripted antiquarian and she posted just a blonde called mysterious drownings or something like that and China remember but down was the most bandied about like she choose writing about to like new krant like z. Crypto zoology she wrote this and now her stats. Like off the charts. Because everybody started saying after some kind of weird thing on here. And i think she had like two thousand comments and hose like watching through today. People were adding cases. So there's definitely a phenomenon it's really question. Why people despairing mind can convict exclusion after researching. It is being adopted. L. for purely time for her very dark reasons in band be water. Death is or the water event is a way to make it look suspicious so you really want. If you have young kids or young bar you can easily be drug and most women are very sensitive to that being drunk lebar repeat but man art until you can get targeted and got really be careful. Yeah now i wonder in unrelated very unrelated way rivers of come up as a a source of intrigue because it there seems to be certain rivers that are symbolic and used for their symbolic nature and maybe even the energy associated with that. So i wonder if there's an occult angle and maybe even if you have it looked into but if this could be piece of heart of your future research but going back and seeing if there are ill. There's a precedent for this in a court rituals. That involve drownings. Because i definitely think that rivers are significant. And maybe even those rivers individually themselves as you look at them and examine the rivers that might be a A symbolic nature to y. Those people are are going in those particular rivers. I mean just what what might seemingly be. Unrelated could reveal some more true. I don't know this comes to mind because someone whom about to actually start. A new podcast with is michael. Juan and the majority of his work is involving the susquehanna river..
"susquehanna river" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan. And this is will manteca women now earn the majority of higher education degrees in the us. Today's educator was an early pioneer opening academic doors for women. She went from learning in a rural one room schoolhouse to being a leader in the country's finest educational institutions and in the face of immense opposition. She remained a fierce advocate for learning as a true equalizer. Let's welcome alice. Palmer alice freeman was born on february twenty. First eighteen fifty five on a farm in new york susquehanna river valley as the first child of james and elizabeth freeman. Alice grew up shouldering a lot of responsibility. Her days often started with washing dishes gathering eggs and dressing her younger siblings. Then she would head off to school in a one room building. One teacher assigned to teach all the grease but alice had an innate curiosity. She taught herself to read when she was just three years old and enjoy giving speeches no matter the audience. When alice was still quite young her father started studying medicine and he left for medical school. Alice's mother who is just twenty three years old kept the farm running. Perhaps it was then watching her family struggle to stay afloat that alice developed her belief in self sufficiency especially for women. Eventually alice's father returned home armed with a medical degree. The family abandoned farming and move to windsor new york so he could open up a practice their alice attended the windsor academy where she learned alongside male students and earned awards and composition and oration. Alice loved academics and desperately wanted to attend college but her family was not wealthy and at the time it was common for tuition money to be set aside for the oldest son so alice made her father promise. If he would pay for her degree she would use her education to put her brother and two younger sisters through whatever schooling. They wanted alice more than made good on her promise during her. Last two years of the university of michigan alice's father went bankrupt after a bad investment. Alice became the family's primary financial provider and would remain so for years. But let's rewind to the start of alice's college courier. Alice tried to enroll at the university of michigan but performed poorly on the greek and math sections at the entrance exam to school. Put alice on a six week. Trial period fine thought alice another hurdle to overcome. She spent the summer with other college bound. Friends obsessively studying and when analysis first semester started in. Eighteen seventy two. She soared through the trial in her junior year. Alice temporarily drop out so she could teach and earn money for her family but she made up the classes. She missed and graduated on time. The founder of wellesley college offered alice job as a professor. The college had open just four years earlier with an off female faculty eighteen eighty two. Alice was appointed wellesley college. I president she was just twenty seven years old as the first female college president in american history. Alice made waves as a promoter of women's education education. She argued made women into wise self-respecting civic leaders so alice established a web of secondary schools. That prepared girls for the rigors of college she strengthened wellesleys faculty and financial status and. She prepared her students to support themselves just as she'd done in eighteen eighty seven. Alice surprised the world of academia by getting married her husband. George palmer was a philosophy professor at harvard but the bigger shock was soon to come that same year. Alice announced that she was suffering from tuberculosis and resigned from wellesleys presidency. After a year spent convalescing alice. Return to the workforce as a public speaker. She traveled the country spreading the gospel of higher education for women. She spoke at women's clubs. Universities religious societies all over. Alice herself took on a central role in her speeches. It was commonly believed at the time the too much education de sexed a woman. Alice stood onstage as proof that this was not true alice also joined the massachusetts board of education and unsurprisingly gained a reputation as a fierce lobbyist. She and her husband. George took on harvard and tried to get the university to admit women on the same terms as men. Harvard told them. There was no money so alice raised at two hundred and fifty thousand dollar endowment harvard. Its bluff called walked back the agreement to allow female students. It would be another thirty years. Before the first fully matriculated women walked harvard's halls meanwhile illinois. The university of chicago was preparing to open. The university's president was worried about chicago's reputation as a rough western city. Since alice was the most prominent woman in higher education. He asked her to become the school's founding dean of women alice in turn made it her mission to create an environment in which email students would thrive when the university of chicago opened in eighteen. Ninety two women made up twenty four percent of the student body just six years later in eighteen. ninety eight forty. Three percent of the students are women but the universities men were alarmed. They felt the schools being feminized. Alice was subsequently marginalized and ignored after three years of this treatment. She resigned disillusioned about men no longer optimistic that they just needed a few years to adjust to seeing women as equals. Alice would never have another paying professional position. She dedicated the rest of her life energy her time her resources to supporting institutions. That would let women learn. She believed everyone deserves to learn alongside one another to work and grow as peers. That she felt was true. Equality in one thousand nine hundred two. While in paris. Alice died from a heart attack. She was just forty seven years old all month. We're talking about women who shaped the world of education for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter manica weekly special thanks to liz. Caplan my favorite sister and co-creator talk to you tomorrow. This month of encyclopaedia will manica is proudly supported by unc greensboro founded as a women's college in eighteen ninety one unc greensboro presents. She can we can beyond. The women's suffrage centennial through performances films lectures and concerts. Unc examines how the decisions from our past affect us today. Join the experience and learn more at she can. We can dot. Unc g. dot edu..
"susquehanna river" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"On the moon. They're like. I think we did. And i should have fucked up god. I think i'm crazy dude. But if i handed them a free subway a free turkey bacon club. They would be like holy cow. This guy's awesome and it would just be a whole different deal. And that's what i'm looking forward to Okay it's interesting. Well i'll tell you that interesting. You love subway like alex. I don't i don't like this disgusting but it. It makes the most sense. Well listen. i'm old attics. i'm they called. Me schematic stein. What here's a weird synchronicity. You can realistically. I know schematics. And schematic subway is the number one franchise restaurant in the united states and across the world. So that would give us the most advantage of doing the subs across america. So as systems expert like myself that is using systems and systematical process learning and thinking. I can solve subs across america myself. While you couldn't brought up any company could have brought up. you know. Mike's new jersey. Mike's now they're subways. Sandwiches are too high quality up. You know any other shitty sandwich chain but you know you'd have to bring the shittiest one because something listen cassavetes let me tell you something. Let me tell you something. Subway's good representation of how fucked up. America is how like like we talked about our -tarian stuff. All these old buildings like built ornately beautiful now. Any new building literally looks like a gray piece of shit. Looks like a square gray building. Every new building every amazon warehouse day. And these are these are companies are making the most money possible like they can have some cool building. Led's like whites or whatever ornate nece none because we're because we're just We suck dick as a society. So subways a good representation of america. Google cheap easy fat bunch of calories made by person that's strung out on methadone You know what i mean. There's a that's like the opioid. It represents an opioid problem in america. Just saying that if you look a better representation of how shitty america's and i love america don't don't get me wrong. Red wind blew all the way through. You know what i mean. I'll put a boot in their ass but but subway is what we are. The only way it'd be better as if it was a subway buffet but in a way is like a buffet because america's so fat we can't wait for them to cook our food. We have to go to a place where they'll have it ready as we go as we pay. The food is ready because we're so fat stuff in our going right right. Well you know. I was going to point out the fact that subway's headquarters is in the same town that i live in. So it's weird synchronicity. Because you brought up subway. You could've brought up any sandwich chain but you brought up subway and i was just talking about michael one. Ross banned the synchronous cities. I mean a little bit behind the scenes. Before i even had a podcast. I went to the susquehanna river on my way back from my first time ever going to washington. Dc in the middle of the pandemic like two months into the plan dynamic. Right and And i already knew about michael walks. I love podcasts. Have been listened for years. But it didn't work for. Sam tripoli you know and i. I sent my prayers in my thoughts down the river. I stood by the river. And i just you know prayed with the river and i know that allude everybody but guess what sounds gay. Yeah we'll you know want you can go fuck yourself is in a couple months. You know a lot of magic happening. And that's what. I think is significant. When you put yourself out there receive and give you know real things can happen. You just got to engage with the natural forces that are around you in your own backyard and it's not just the susquehanna for people who go ahead. Let me tell you something mark. I'm prime time nine nine. I have no idea where subway's headquarters is zero idea. I don't even know the proper name of the city that you're and you're in connecticut or something. I don't even know the name of the proper city. You always say it. I can't remember show. Listen i know how and i knew. I was channeling subway. I was channeling. Jared fogel in prison. I had the energy. Somehow off the firmament subway was in my brain. That's how you guys know. I'm thinking before. I knew i was going to go but i knew my brain is saying talk about subway. Talk about subway. It's because you are in subways headquarters town. This is the subway connection. I'm so spot on. I can solve the hunger crisis. I can solve the race issue. I can solve a lot of other ilk. No systemic racism. I can solve the abortion problem. It's always free subs. Because if people knew it people knew they got pregnant. Let's say you're sixteen and pregnant and you're like how am i going to feed my child. I don't know if. I have enough money to take care of my child but if you know there's a little restaurant called subway where every single day you can get three subs. No matter what no questions asked. You can feed that baby all the subject and eat. You're going to have the baby because you get free subway for life. That's government subsidize sobs judge. That's what is subsidizing sobs subsidization subway. Because i figured it out. I figured it out. Mark free sandwiches problem solve subsidize subway solve. The problems sounds crazy. Let me start giving out some free tuna sandwiches. Then then we'll see how crazy i am. I see your point. That's going to be my whole platform. It when i run for president or governor. Whatever it's going to be subsidized subway own silly. You're not you don't have one stake in subway none. I won't it's a discussion coming. I wouldn't investment money in that trash every company ever to this is a terrible investment. I've just shame my whole town allience. You've got me so stick. Why just shows you. What what town are you in the best town in connecticut. Dude say bill four exactly. That's what i'm saying showing a shitty companies in milford. That's a mind. What does that at a factory town with the fun. Hey subway go to new york city. Hey what year was the biggest more here. How will this dallas but listen. It's always listen. This isn't about milford. Dude andrew's showing you subways shitty fucking sandwich. Sandwich place there. They can have they could have. They're literally the biggest chain Franchisee restaurant in the world. They could have a headquarters in new york city. Los angeles dallas chicago real city there in milford connecticut because they white trash company And i'm not saying over connecticut's why tries interesting subway. Have you ever been to subway. The paper they give you the they can't even give you a played they give you paper. They don't even have a proper cutlery. I don't know if i'm saying that right. I mean dude. No if you're eating if you work at subway you're an ex convicts and if you're not an ex-convict you work subway. You murdered animals. Surf torture harassed subway that ever existed was.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"You know and to me you know very interesting you know. Especially if we look at like the mayan and aztec connections with the hieroglyphics in the susquehanna river valley. Something that wanna and i have been talking about. Have all these really strange connections. You have no land. That's much older on this side of the appalachian mountains and you have you know all these people talking about tartari in research in. I think this is just the beginning. Have so much unfold in it starts with like looking in your own backyard because one person can't do it themselves and i think you know way you're born is significant so why not start with your backyard. You know wall figure it out together. Yeah i could definitely have story about massachusetts. Let's hear it. I've definitely put intention to the past. But before i do before i forget mitrust. Share this screen here. You seen that. Yeah okay so. These are maps of the cave systems in the united states. When you said that those people out in arizona felt something connected to connecticut this region on a spiritual level it merely made me think of all the caves systems that connect basically all these areas underground and this is a total tangent. But i just thought it was interesting to bring up that these massive mammoth cave systems in the east here. They don't just stop in the east. The name stops but these little caverns are everywhere. I wouldn't. I wouldn't doubt that there's people that possibly made these great travels. Perhaps maybe these great pilgrimages from one side to another. maybe. I don't know what do you think that's pretty wild right. Well they definitely talk about you. Know certain cultures saying that they had to go underground to escape this cataclysm and it's totally. Yeah that's within the the same south western cultures that talk about you know what i just described as sacred green space on the east coast that they called like what you know. Christians called the garden of eden his. There's this big confluence is mixing of indigenous culture and christianity tragically. So but yeah. That's part of it. I dude. I mean personally. It scares me the idea of traveling that many miles through a cave. So and i love that. I wanna love that like i climb mountains. I love rat. Why can't i do the other way. I was talking to my friends about it. All of us were like now. What if there's like. What if there's like something down there. That glows like you see in the underground parts of the really deep parts of the ocean. You know or something. Like tesla tech. You know tartari attack. That just lit the whole place up when things weren't in a cataclysmic are closed off state. That people said we're in now. I mean yeah. I wouldn't be if i wouldn't want to go through there a dark cave but if it was you know somewhat like anciently created in a way that was four people travel through. That's a different story. And i think we'll and then ari to bring him back up again. He was showing me on The latest appearance on my family thinks i'm crazy With him the electric nature of these Canyons and how it looked lightning scars. You know unbelievable. He was trying to like prove the rivers crossing in the wrong direction. And if you do that he was. That doesn't add up right. Yeah it's it's definitely you know just to the i. It looks very similar to the way lightning branches. But all things kind of live in this microcosmic macro cosmic pattern way..
"susquehanna river" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Can share. This is how it keeps coming up for you since that up night. Newer and our last week were in pennsylvania and we're visiting the susquehanna river and so there's all sorts of synchronous there and also the old side. Now we're visiting michael juan and what you're saying about the cosmos and earth and self that connection. He has a process where you can connect with their you. Connect with the cosmos and then at connects you to your cell and rights of fortieth parallel. Yeah so yes. I know but we're down there and i just happen to take is phone. Download the app and i was tracking the stars around looking at stars in the scorpius. Think and then just happened to move up in fecal s. or a few was right there and i was just staring at it and for some reason it like a hooked me and so i started to read a little bit about it. And then he. I i phone back newslink warrants trumark and i guess he had just seen her well. Yeah and i had recently seen within a week. I'd senior photo a standing in front of the state park there and and yeah. I was like okay. That's that's interesting and then was at last night or the night before you're looking up and found out it was the thirteenth zodiac science. So it's it's come up. It's come to the surface several times in different ways. That's great so ophiuchus is up in the sky right. Now is a great time to see it this time of year as were recording year in the first part of august than it is right above. Scorpio icee scorpio. Actually in england. I think they do distinguish between the sign scorpio and the constellation which they call. Scorpion sped here in the us. Mostly i believe scorpio is just called scorpio for the constellation and for the zodiac sign scorpio. And you know people. There's probably many people listening who've never about my work in research and then maybe there's some who have who heard me say. I grew up with the books of ha ray and his method of outlining the constellations and he refers to actually he refers all the constellations basically by what they are so instead of saying virgo. He'll say the virgin or instead of saying cygnus you'll say the swan because israeli trying to popularize and make it accessible to everybody and so could just call it the scorpion but so that picture that you're asserting tear on instagram of of yuka. State park is kind of funny story. Sa- joke come. It's a mean that's who cremate for me that was On some of these recent contacted the cabin events that we've had with a team from grime. Erica in team. The brothers of the circuit pod johnston. And if you're familiar with guessing. I'll from brothers and serpent so we've been doing some actual get togethers in various amazing locations around the country and so we did one in april at bryce canyon. This was put off. You know all through two thousand eight twenty as you can imagine was supposed to be. In april of twenty twenty memory reschedule the fray roles irv october twenty twenty thinking. Okay while there's a you know there's a lockdown right now. That should be over by october. No doubt and whoever held it in april and that's where that picture was taken the entrance to bryce canyon but one of the reasons why went to bryce. Canyon's the stars there. It's a very well known. Excellent place to look at the stars. It's a high desert. We're at a point almost nine thousand foot altitude where we were looking. It's usually very clear. Chris and very dark very dark night skies so and then we also did wi with randall. Carlson same tim from grind erica and brothers of the serpent and with the team from khazar. Graffeo randall carlson. Brad young a seeing all the catastrophic geology of washington in the cataracts and just amazing dry falls just unbelievable terrain that had never been to. It's like the grand canyon that you've never heard of up in washington state and so it would go out and show some stars so part of the trip is we go out into nature and take hikes and see amazing things and talk about them and also at night. We can see stars and i point out different constellations. It turns out that ophiuchus is extremely central in the world's myths. It's an extremely important constellation and so people at joke like you know the giorgio picture with his hair going straight up and he says. I'm not saying it's aliens but and so they would make memes of you know. I'm not saying oh ophiuchus. But it's a few issues as because few kaz plays a lot of very important figures in the world's mats and can talk about how the mets are connected to stars but touch worked at the i forget so mora laura. She's micro spelled like a crow on instagram. Made some of these museums. And i think garth who's dob bit earth. Aw bittermann ditch. Minutes like Sticky kind of oil tar. That's his instagram. You gi made some of these mcdonald who ask me. There's if few funny means from that trump and so be somebody who made that winter. The next national park that they replaced the name of the next show art with a focus. The long story where that gave godless. I thought that was a state park. Yeah additionally they'll be involved in the business bureau alex. Yeah who knows what's real anymore though. I was spreading fake national parks. I'm guilty of an awesome disinformation or not. It's the only national park that someone has gone missing instantly rewinding well. It's interesting that you're you're talking about that. You looked up of you. As being the thirteenth constellation it's been in member of the zodiac and so it's not necessarily gone missing but it's hidden it's unknown it's part of the zodiac and yet not part of the zodiac and i believe that has to do with its role in the ancient myths of pointing us towards that part of who we are as not like all the other parts. It's our higher self fart. That's hidden that suppress that we don't even know about an overview guess plays the role in the myths. When there's a figure associated with a few guests not always but often that figure is picturing for you the characteristics of your own self that that higher self doubt deeper self that is suppressed and even neglected and forgotten. Like when you talk to somebody and bringing this up. They'll often have a reaction like oh come on. Don't give me. Don't go into that china new age you know blah blah blah higher self talk because we have actual kind of defense mechanisms certain parts of our stealth that are suppressing bent. Parts of us that for good and logical reasons have suppressed. The architecture would self because because society.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Of the more recent ones but you know, they're They're in Lohr, 1938 Hurricane. Even the Hurricane Center talks about the 38 hurricane that wiped out a big part of the Northeast is in all the history books. All right, But that was the last big That was our Andrew. Yeah, For me in Pennsylvania. It was it was it was Gloria. Or was it Gloria? I think it was, uh, that I mean, I helped clean out a lot of lot of buildings, a lot of homes and wilksbehr up and in Pennsylvania. I mean, it was just unbelievable. The Susquehanna River overflowed its banks and just start itself in the downtown. Well, I think that was so Gloria would have been 1990. I think Maybe that was bad Before that. Maybe it was Gladys. It might have been last. That's a good name. But, yeah, I was managing a coffee shop on appear at the time in college and a sailboat came sailing into the back of the coffee shop. Have you ever sail right back out again? Have you ever considered going back to your previous occupation? Bandaging of coffee shop only for the money only for the money. Yeah, well, that I see. Yeah, Yeah, I know that. And the better hours. Thank you. Well, yeah, that's true, too. You can sleep well, not for I mean, you gotta bro. For a coffee better still better. All right. Thanks very much. We appreciate it. We'll talk to tomorrow. See you. Now You're thinking of Hurricane Irma, where the entire state was was under a hurricane Watch the state of Florida. Yeah. Yeah, I remember that. It was my wife and kids. We were up in the building in Myanmar. We were still on the air 24 hours a day, but Wife was in the car with her sister, three kids and three dogs. Driving as someplace they they were trying to get to Tennessee to her Dad's house. And it took them 14 hours to get the Jacksonville. Yeah, I I sent my wife for the kids and the dogs up to Jacksonville, and they ended up losing power up there the day after it made landfall Remember destroyed the lower keys. Yeah. No, it was it was until we never ever storm like that. Or would there were no one knows where to go. 6 27 You got something? That's our sports news this morning, Jimmy. The Lightning are back to back Stanley Cup champs. They beat the Montreal Canadians won nothing in last night's Game five in Tampa, claiming Lord Stanley's Cup for the second straight year. England defeats Denmark to one an extra time setting up Sunday zero final against Italians, Jimmy the Italian. Of course, that's.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"I mean, this does he think the Vaccine will do the trick. I mean, I'm again. I'm I don't actually believe these questions. I'm asking, but I'm pretty. I'm pretending like I'm naive for a second. Just because I want to try a new tactic in the new year and say, Does he think what if the vaccine comes? This can end. Unfortunately, I don't I think we're always going to find another reason. Because we've seen that throughout that There's always another. You know, it's if you wear your mask, okay, We can get back to work. Well, we've been doing that. People have been abiding by that yet he continues to close restaurants despite the lack of data saying that that's where we're seeing the spread of the virus. So I don't trust anything that they say. Is that OK, do this. Then you'll have your freedom back. This is why I think it's so important that our state Legislature curtail those emergency powers on duh limit. His abilities there without um you know legislative input because he's been able to circumvent all of that, but the General Assembly has been totally sidelined. In any of this decision making on he really enjoys that. I think he loves not having to deal with the Legislature, and that's a big part of the problem Is that when someone Consolidates that level of power and can effectively, um, the declare things one day without any check or or review. He's really enjoying that power right now. Unfortunately, Matt I met you. I don't know. I guess it's been maybe 10 years ago. I mean, we've been friends a long time and and it was back when we were talking about it was Governor Corbett and we were talking about, you know, privatizing liquor sales. And I wondered back then, with a total control of the Republican Party in Harrisburg. If we'd see real reforms we didn't and I was very frustrated and disappointed. And and now we've got total executive Democrat Control but still Republican legislative control and now we've been through a terribly contentious and I think unconstitutional election and all hell has rained down on the Commonwealth. And lots of attention has been paid. And now we've got some new leadership in the Senate side anyway, I guess how side to do you think this General assembly maybe? I mean, this is my hope again. I hope I'm not being naive. In my question. I hope this is an earnest question. I'm asking and hope you're gonna give me an earnest Yes. Do these people get it to these Republicans and this General assembly in this new leadership. Do they understand? Now they're under the gun that they've been rolled that they're surrounded by jackals. That have absolutely taken advantage of them, and they've got something. They've got a job to do here. Do they get it now? Yeah, Christmas is where? When I looked back. I've been working in these fields for almost two decades. Now, Um, I see incremental improvement. And that's the good news is that I do believe we have we have a very high quality people that are in positions of leadership. On in our Legislature, not everyone, but we have many more than you and I first met. I will tell you that that we're moving in the right direction. And I think That the actions of this governor have demonstrated that they need to really flex their muscles that in fact, they are the real two representatives of the people when you're talking about 203 House members 50 senators and this governor's consolidation of power into the executive branch has been very, very harmful in making sure Pennsylvanians Can, you know? Survive these lockdowns and so to me, Chris. We're moving in the right direction. This last election actually improve things even further, So that's where I'm hopeful. That doesn't mean that things are just going to happen, and and we're going to see the glory days here. We're gonna have to continue to hold them accountable and press them because the incentives And the pressures to do the wrong thing are very, very high school. That's that's the challenges that we will always and forever face continue to employ, folks. And I don't mean to sound like a scold or in Agra. You know, a sanctimonious, you know, jerk on the radio. I just say, I think we get kind of caught up in the national food fight of Washington, D. C. And I certainly been guilty of it for years on my own show. But this last year this pandemic on but we saw happen with this election in Pennsylvania. If this is not taught us to learn who are Elected. State representatives are common with representative and our Commonwealth senators are If we don't learn who those people are and followed closely what they're doing. I don't know what will make us pay attention. If not this last year. Yeah, indeed. I mean, it was where It wasn't the folks on the Potomac River who can impact your lives and livelihood. The most is the folks on the Susquehanna River up in Harrisburg on that's why I have, you know, long focused on state government because That is where they have a much greater impact than on the folks down. You know, in Washington, D. C. Not to say that that's not equally important, but I gotta say what happens in the state government? Um, you know, those are the folks that can keep you out of a job or destroy your business. Great work that Bree it at the Commonwealth Partners. Thanks so much for your time this morning. Thank you, Chris. Good to be with you. Happy New Year, 7 51 still to come. Daniel Horowitz, Conservative Review Podcast, senior editor of the blaze. He has a very similar message,.
Interview With Michael Spedden of "Fowl Players Radio"
"Welcome to many podcasts. The podcast about podcasts. Now podcasting from the sherpa chalet on matt podcast era. He's your host jim. The podcast shah rebels in too. Many podcasts the podcast about podcasts. And so much more. You know who you're listening to right. Seen five me. Jim the podcast sherpa bringing you another wonderful interview. And i think you're really gonna like my guest today. Who's out guest today. show pa. He was a lot of fun to talk to. His name is michael sped. And many times that i get his name wrong in the interview. He told me what the name is that he uses for his podcast. And that is the name. Obviously us and i misheard him and hello sherpa. These name was right on the little zoom screen. I could've just read it right there but we were just talking and having so fun. I wasn't paying attention to the name on the little corner. Zoom screen play. It happens but michael is such a great guy. We're actually close in age. And he said it was fun talking to someone who was close in age because he was making references that i understood and to return the favor i actually appeared on his podcast called foul players radio. And you got to check that out. That's a lotta fun on that. Show mike a great guy had a super time on his show. And i think he had some fun over here to didn't even have to make him pay to come on it or anything like that. He did it absolutely free. Free didn't charge them a dime. If you want to listen to michael's free interview on this show how to listen. Hello rebels i send something foul. No it's mike stagnant from foul players. Radio is my guest. He's a musician. A podcast an actor and we're gonna be talking about his career so we can get to know him so you guys might want to check out his podcast you mike. Welcome to the sheriff. La it's great to be here with you tonight. greeting from maryland. All the way up to long island great to talk income. I appreciate you having me having pleasure to have you here sir. I always like to start off by asking. I guess to tell a little bit about themselves. So if you can k- Right now i'm the host of foul players radio. That's f o w l like the bird It's named after my murder. Mystery company called the foul players of perryville. Perryville is where. I live in maryland. Were about fifty miles northeast of baltimore. The reason why we make that ton or whatever you would say it would be for. Foul is because The town i live in is right on the susquehanna river which is known for its multiple species of waterfowl people. They have actual waterfowl museums ear to talk about that stuff so we figured it'd be a nice play on words for foul play my head. The murder mystery company for a couple of years. Now we perform on boats and on trains office parties and vineyards and whoever have us. I also am a musician. I right now have an acoustic duo. That i've had for about fifteen years and we're kind of comedy act sort of similar to the smothers brothers. It's two of us. We play acoustic guitars and the humor isn't as much when with the banter between us as it is with the humor's actually in songs so that's called. The uncle moldy show. And we perform a in the maryland area a wide knob sometimes in pennsylvania to most recently. You may know me as the viking. And the jim what worth commercials while riding around on the bus. I was the big viking. That came out of the back You've also seen me this year on kimmy versus the reverend if you haven't seen that movie it's based on the unbreakable kimmy schmidt and it's there's a scene where kimmy and tight us. The two main characters are way out in the country and they come into a bar. There's a leonard skinner ban. they're playing. And i'm the bartender in there. I won't give away the movie. But it's an interactive movie but no matter what choices you make in the movie. You always get to see me. So that's the good part about it. You know it's it's not like that movie revolved around me or anything like that We have been nominated nominated for a couple of emmys I believe it was for best special perhaps and then Titus burgess has been nominated for an emmy for male performance. I believe as well. I'm excited about that. I'm also appeared on gotham. I wish unseasoned. Five episode eight played one of the penguins henchman named dale. I was shot to death in the third scene. I was in. And i've also done a number of discovery. Id shows and some mom commercials down here in maryland. When i was starting out and everything. I'm also years ago. I was in the hair bands of the eighties. I had a big hairband back. In those days. I had a band that was kind of more like the call to little bit. After that when the hairband started going out we were called orange seed parade we played. Cbgb's in new york a number of times. And you know open for a couple of national acts over the years. So yes so. That's me in a nutshell so we can get a little more specific if you like Depending well you know the first thing that you said that caught my ear was the susquehanna river and i was thinking of that old. Avidan castillo routine about the susquehanna company. All right right squad at company there may have been years ago but the majority of there's only a couple of miles of the susquehanna bets in maryland and it actually goes all the way up to near upstate new york so there could be something on the way you know that river goes through lancaster and harrisburg and it goes quite a ways up. I believe almost up to upstate. New york if it doesn't start up there somewhere along the line. I'm sure there was and with your murder mystery troop you. You're an actor in the troupe. Right yes i am. Yeah okay so basically your book like for parties and stuff like that and there's someone who's been killed in they have to figure out if it's you or one of your co stars did it. Yeah yeah exactly. Exactly exac- i'm normally the detective and the host i'm normally the host and the narrator at the beginning and i have a row i have roster i would save about fifteen or twenty really good actors from this area here and we we kind of rotate. We were on trains. One of our biggest clients is the western maryland. Scenic railroad all. the way out and cumberland. That's all the way out. The panhandle of maryland out west year west virginia. But we also do the pride of or not the pride of the susquehanna we do. The black eyed susan riverboat. We do Slate form brewery. We do some microbreweries. Mount felix winery a lot of the tasting rooms where they have events and trains and boats and office parties corporate events. Whoever will have us