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"tillamook" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of Wisconsin is sending the National Guard ahead of a verdict in the Kyle rittenhouse trial Governor Tony Evers on Friday announced the deployment of 500 troops to Kenosha to supplement the hundreds of officers already in place closing arguments are set for Monday Rittenhouse faces multiple charges in the shooting deaths of two men during civil unrest in Kenosha over last year's police Shooting of Jacob Blake At least 20 people on three dogs have been rescued from a flooded RV park in Oregon the Pacific Northwest has been slammed with heavy rain causing flooding from Oregon to Seattle on Friday morning the U.S. coast guard used two helicopters and a rescue swimmer to save 12 people from heavy flooding at the NASCAR and creek RV resort in tillamook county 8 more people were rescued by other agencies deep flooding was also reported in nearby Lincoln county the national weather service says there will be a break from The Rain today but the region could see more heavy rain later tonight Britney Spears is responding to her conservatorship being terminated Brian shook has the very latest on Instagram spears posted a video of her fans celebrating the decision along with the caption good God I love my fans so much it's crazy She added I think I'm gonna cry the rest of the day Best day ever It comes after a California judge ended the 13 yearlong court ordered arrangement during a hearing Friday and NBC is airing Winter Olympics coverage after the Super Bowl next year which is a big change from years past Networks usually air a new series or a special episode from a current show with the last sporting event to air following the Super Bowl taking place in 1976 Next year's game will take place February 13th which places it in the middle of the Beijing Winter Olympics I'm Jim Forbes A new study says coffee may be the answer for that bad mood as daylight.
"tillamook" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Over last year's police Shooting of Jacob Blake At least 20 people on three dogs have been rescued from a flooded RV park in Oregon the Pacific Northwest has been slammed with heavy rain causing flooding from Oregon to Seattle On Friday morning the U.S. coast guard used two helicopters and a rescue swimmer to save 12 people from heavy flooding at the NASCAR and creek RV resort in tillamook county 8 more people were rescued by other agencies deep flooding was also reported in nearby Lincoln county the national weather service says there will be a break from The Rain today but the region could see more heavy rain later tonight Britney Spears is responding to her conservatorship being terminated Brian shook has the very latest On Instagram spears posted a video of her fans celebrating the decision along with the caption good God I love my fans so much It's crazy She added I think I'm going to cry the rest of the day Best day ever It comes after a California judge ended the 13 yearlong court ordered arrangement during a hearing Friday And NBC is airing Winter Olympics coverage after the Super Bowl next year which is a big change from years past Networks usually air a new series or a special episode from a current show with the last sporting event to air following the Super Bowl taking place in 1976 Next year's game will take place February 13th which places it in the middle of the Beijing Winter Olympics I'm Jim Forbes Joan.
"tillamook" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"Tell him monster cheese or research. Because like i can be like oh do do see like oh shit. Tom but like telemark. Next thing you are button oil the dc especially but but really when it comes to movies only because when it comes to marvel comics you are so open about loving them and liking them and loving the stories but when it when it comes to the movies you are such a like. I like all of them. That's what i'm trying to say the is. I've just championed the dc stuff because everyone just wants to make them the red-headed stepchild. Yeah jesus christ but in the comic book and animated world. I like all of them. You like all of them. I'm just saying. I'm just saying. I know you say that as a joke but really you're not you aren't you aren't brand loyal. The dc like through and through your brand loyal to comics stories. Is that no one likes. No one talks about ever wants to make their entire career based off covering marvel stuff. And i'm like dude get off their nuts Tillamook monster cheese grant would be so happy right now if he loved. My grandpa lived in washington so anything that came out of oregon and washington. Which tillamook does he was like. Oh this is the best thing that ever was. This is why we're famous from california. What are you doing i. I've been here for years now. I haven't played a lot with a lot of cheeses. And i like tillamook monster that's Ceylan I have plenty of other ones but you same but i'm trying to pick one. I'm kind of a logitech junkie. I'm really like i really like all of their products all their keyboard all their mice their webcams. They're just all of their gear. They've always been consistently really good. They have a really nice variety of products that They make it accessible for lower end. If you don't have as much money to throw around for staff or they make really high end as well For like the pro gamers right. Yeah who gave a spectrum of things for kind of anyone. No point of entry. And they're well-made they last forever. I love razor gaming products. But they're they're b- barda entry is high. Yes yeah it's very high very high bar entry and you know it's. It's just one of those brands that i've had around. I mainly long shot logitech. We're using a logic models. Logitech mouse that i bought back in twenty eleven. Exactly they last forever. That's what we use here professionally professionally ease so like yeah and the people. I've met at logitech for the various years. I've gone to eat three and everything was just really nice people. They're nice people. They wanna help people out really bad like they wanna see you do well. That's been my experience with everyone that works. Logitech like yeah. Whatever is going to help you out church..
"tillamook" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"Welcome to in their pursuit of atheist. Nomads i am destined and joining me as laurin. Liu really we got some feedback from a concerned listener wanting to make sure that we were health in good health okay. I did mention at the end of last episode that we were taking vacation. I should've mentioned it before the very end when most reasonable people skip it so we were vacation last week. We were fine we were. We saw my parents and spent some time on the beach and some time with my sister also just a lot of time on the beach. It was great oregon coast. It was awesome. We made a point of only spending time with vaccinated adults and children who are too young to vaccinated and everybody seems to be healthy. Yes and it was a fantabulous time it really was. I'm in the middle of that. Live vacation let down. How many of you get it. But you know you get the constant endorphin russia vacation where you're constantly doing new things or something and then you come home and it's right back to the same old routine that you stroke for struggling with before you left. Yeah that's a total bummer. By the way but you get through. Oh and i'm drinking a beer. We picked up on the trip Nami exports stout by pelican brewing. From tillamook oregon. I forgot to get their cheese. Kurds had fried cheese kurds and tillamook tillamook people. That's cheese like central. And i didn't get cheese kurds all right so no no hold on. I'm still ranting. We stopped in harmonised in oregon to soon is famous for their watermelons today. Come home with a watermelon. No no. I did not very upsetting. We got in at ten o'clock saturday night and left side the point nine sunday morning ernestine melons. Yeah i miss ever. We did get some fresh clams off the beach dug out of the digging clams you were very good at it too. It was fun. You were a wonderful clamor. Clamor e your clam clamoring for clams senate clam digger. Yep okay now. It can move on so for desktop degree we're gonna talk about theocracy. It is a term that gets thrown about all the time. What it literally means is government by god done. That sounds epic. When people think of theocracies they generally think of people trying to rule based on religion. Right like sharia law or lou laws. Yeah something like that. And the attempts to restrict abortion access and access to contraceptives and the attempt to bring prayer back to school right all of that ten commandments monuments. The whole nine yards purest form and it is. It is safe to say that when you talk about governmental systems pure governmental systems. Don't exist right there. Theoretical theocracy is a pure form. If you don't believe god's or he'll has existed in as pure of a form as any system of government has ever existed where for example the babylonian and persian emperors. Assyrian as well they were god kings kings who claimed that they were gods as well or they were kings who claim to be. God's they were worshipped by their people as gods they were given offerings which most people would consider taxes but also got to collect taxes right so you collect the normal taxes and you also get the temple offerings alexander. The great believed from a very young age that he was the demi-god believed that his father wasn't actually philip of mastodon. Now he was. It was actually zeus. Nice or apollo that either zeus apollo had come down and impregnated his mom and he was he was actually got its way to live thus he could not be defeated in battle and he was never defeated in battle well after he defeated the persian god king. He wasn't content with just being a demi-god anymore. And so we serve you himself more as a god king upgrade and wanted to be addressed as god king with the greeks were fine with him. Being a demi-god not cool with him. Being a god king. Caesar's after julius caesar died he was deified by the roman senate so he was upgraded to a god. You can make sacrifices to julius. Caesar okay that made augusta's as his adopted son and successor. The son of god okay. When augusta's died he was deified and worshipped as not just the son of a god but god cool wish she could have lived that out real life pretty soon. Roman emperors were starting to view themselves. More as just gods. They jumped the line there. Yeah decided it was time to just not have their predecessors be worshiped but be worshiped themselves and so make sense. You're eventually going to get worshiped anyways. The cult of the emperor included sacrifices to the emperor as well as paying. Jen's i'm sure more you know. Generally it would have been you burn a barbecue your food. You're doing it. In offering to the caesar earth is barbecuing virgins yet. It's not virgins. Oh oh the offer hatchet offerings. I just assumed that you know. If you're a god king you're going to be wanting virgins as an offering. Oh yeah. I'm sure there was plenty of that especially in the ancient must not be a virgin but not barbecue. No no k egyptians also pharaohs got off track now the pharaohs also view themselves as god kings. That's and cats now. They didn't think of themselves cats. Your gods cats. Yes as a general rule of thumb and empire based on a river. had god kings. Oh okay if you control the river you control life you control water you control life. Water is life yes okay. Alexander took interest in that because of destroying a river. Well the persians took interest in that because they conquered a river empire then the greeks took interest in that because they conquered a god king and then eventually the roman emperors took interest in.
"tillamook" Discussed on X96
"He's got a knack. Yeah. Bleachers, their new one stop making this hurt. People are comparing it to talking. Heads a little bit. Yeah, I could hear that. Say goodbye like you mean it. Yeah, e like that line, determined to bring back the saxophone like he's added a horn section. You know this happened on the most the album before, but he's really experimenting with horns and later to the song is pretty cool. I agree with him on that horn sections need to be It's always always Well, there you go. Well, thank you, Todd. Bringing that, Silas. I know you're you're gonna have a nice time and eat a lot of cheese. And yeah, she's eating vacation. We go toe. Tell them up and just pour John. She used for like a week. What time so You have a favorite, please? Why I am learning to like white Cheddar. Sharp. White Cheddar is very good, um, they have. I figured what it's called, But they also have one of the the Tillamook cheese factory in origin. They have They have one that they It's really spicy. Like I forget what what's all in? That's actually really good, too. And and, uh I don't even get me going on the ice cream because removed also makes ice cream too. Yeah, I don't know why they are on their what they horn their way into the ice cream business. So they were cheese be it's all very They have this Marion Berry pie ice cream that they didn't do. And I think you could actually get that locally. The Marion Berry apparently has some big things that is very popular in Oregon and but a cross between a BlackBerry and a raspberry damage, just delicious. I'm jealous. Enjoy your organ vacation. Tora Todd? Yep. We got our shot. So the normal things cheese. Good luck, half on. Uh, get the meeting next week. It'll be Tuesday tunes with Nick Davis way. Okay. All right. All right, then we'll change this jingle. Thursday..
"tillamook" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"A cheesy Valentine's Day gift. Oh, Tillamook. Telemark Tillamook, Tillamook Tillamook. No, they're cream Ary is selling a £40 block of cheese. Oh, the company says it's celebrating its 112th birthday and National Cheddar Day. I didn't know there was a national Cheddar Day. Those interested can get their hands on a mother loaf. Which features Cheddar cheese aged up to 10 years for 112 bucks. I'm good with it. It's a lot of shadow. Let's get news about your money with Sully. It's brought to you by bay Alarm. If your security is not the best, you're not secure. Well, he guys markets a little tepid today as the number of people seeking unemployment benefits and latest weeks shows that the economic recovery is going to be an uneven one. So jobless claims of slowed a little bit. Probably no surprise. But the market is not going gangbusters like the sort of anticipated with all these earnings news. Dow Jones currently 90 points higher. 5 31,028 s and P up 15 slightly at 39 25. That's like a whole half a percent of 73 points. 14,041. Another exciting story this morning gold moving up slightly. We're not $1850. I'll tell you about that Mork coming up here just to do, the governor says covered cases are going down. So others are asking. Why can't we play sports? We go into this debate coming up. We also have your real time. Traffic in your updated forecast Cocoa and used time 6 57 to show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired a soap opera star gracious me. My car has storm damage, and I had to file a claim..
"tillamook" Discussed on TravelReviews.online Pod
"It's very as a dad. I can second that comment when I pick up my my daughter from softball practice and we drive back 15-20 minutes. That is probably you know, the best best conversations we ever have especially when when the phone is not supposed to use would also tell you Kristoff and you'll probably hear this from your next guest but I thought was really surprised and it was interesting to see the number of I would just say twenty-somethings and thirty-somethings who had rented my wife calls them loving man bands and I saw them we literally one day we counted we counted eighteen one day and these man bands are these Mercedes chassis versions of these winnebago's that are dead. They looked like a sprinter van and hanging off of these man bands that we saw around were bikes and you know all sorts of gear that, you know were strapped to the outside and the inside job. Was full of I would suspect places where people slept and you know had lunch and all of that but we saw, you know, especially at rest stops, we would see people, you know, sitting in a man van. I bought a sprinter van with their computer out. I would suspect they were conducting business by what I saw going on just walking by them. So I think I think there's a lot of people right now who who have said. Hey if I don't have to be in the office, this might be the chance of a lifetime to go see this great country of ours. Absolutely, and I've done that. I mean every time I go somewhere, you know, I can just work there when I was in Madrid last year. I worked it was a regular work day except I was sitting in the house, you know at the hotel as as opposed to yeah, the desk definitely the times have changed. How about getting back? What was the ritual the return route was actually very similar to the route on the way up. But what we decided to do was pick secondary spots, you know, it's often hard, you know, there's a there's a book titled the tyranny of choice and there are two kinds of people people who have a hard time deciding and people who decide you know between options. Well, this is close enough and I'll take it and you know, I tend to be off that this is close enough and I'll take it. My wife tends to be the one who really, you know wrestles over decisions relative to where we might stay or what we might see so, you know, we had a secondary on the wage. Back, you know, we would come back down and you know on the way back down for example, you know, one of our favorite places to stop that we didn't catch on the way up. We stopped the Tillamook wage. There's a place called Tillamook, Oregon where they make the Tillamook ice cream. So we stopped at the dairy on the way back through and you know, we just picked different spots to stop Kristoff that we you know hadn't really explored on the way up. We know we repeated Cannon Beach on the way back in northern, Oregon and that is a must-see. I think if you're along Pacific Coast Highway one or one, you know, the repeat coming back to Northern California. We you know L, California, you know outside of San Francisco is an amazing place along one. We stopped there in the way back and we didn't done the way up. So, you know, you're on this eighteen Hundred Mile Journey with lots of very interesting, you know, Big Sur the drive-through big syringe. Is stunning, you know, you get out to the Hearst mansion you watch the elephant seals come into Beach which we did. Those are all places that we chose on the way back that we didn't choose on the way up, you know, we drove through Big Sur both.
"tillamook" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Our top local story. President Trump has signed an executive order continuing the program that gives people on unemployment extra money. But acting director of the Oregon Employment Department, David Gerston, Feld says there's still a lot of unknowns. Well, we've received some early guidance from FEMA and the U. S Department of Labor. It is very preliminary, and certainly not the level of guidance needed to fully understand what the program would do, Kristen Feld says they need to know who pays the costs of implementation how much it will cost Oregonians and how long the benefits I asked. The president says it was total 400 bucks a week, with the federal government paying $300 in the state paying 100. Kristen Feld says there's no timeline for when the payments would start. Oregon has seven new deaths from Cove in 19 today on 258 new cases of the virus, 213 people are hospitalized. Meanwhile, in Oregon Coast lawmaker thinks Portland is getting more covert 19 federal relief aid than other parts of the state. There's 11 90 KXAS Michael Desmond Democrats State representative David Gamber represents the central Oregon coast. Money needs to get not just where there are more people, but sometimes where there's more pain representative Gone. Bird has a League of Oregon City study found. Portland is getting a lot more covert 19 relief money on a per capita basis, $173 in Portland, $63 in the city of Tillamook Bomberg says tourist areas like his district are really hurting because the town of 10,000 people Has to provide services for thousands more tourists. Portland City Council's approved the residential infill project, allowing more accessory dwelling units, duplexes tribe flexes and four plexus to increase housing density in the city Commissioner Amanda Fritz voted no because it doesn't require the new construction toe happened. Your transit line, the new homes where they will never have transit never have sidewalks never be close to jobs in services will mean that we won't be able to meet the climate emergency calls. We all voted for just a few weeks ago. Opponents say the new construction will make housing even Or unaffordable in Portland. I'm Gail Cunningham. Traffic and weather are next planning for your retirement hard enough doing it with all of the unknowns of the Koven 19 crisis even harder. Paul Lynde meant for my friend Tim Claremont, CEO of Clear Financial Partners here in Portland..
"You Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries, I'm your host Kit Chrome today to get us in the mood of haunted ghost towns that we're going to be talking about later in the we thought I'd cover a couple former military basis that were active during and slightly after world. War Two, but the two I found were six hundred fifty miles apart in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, two Tillamook Bay, Oregon was prepared for Submarine Attack Naval Air. Station, as it was called, was the base. Base for squadrons E. P. Thirty three and housed eight K class blimps that carried a crew of ten and dozens of depth charges. They were stored in an all wood, the hanger get this one thousand seventy two feet long two hundred ninety six feet, wide, one hundred ninety two feet high, that took thirty three million board feet of lumber to build originally the basis, one thousand six hundred acres held over sixty buildings, but as of today only thirty five or left standing. In a heavily wooded area paths lead to five separate ammunition bunkers, and the basis littered with dozens of locomotives left rusty on their tracks. There are several aircraft and radar bunkers. Also, it was nineteen forty eight when the base was decommissioned in our story really begins. The two huge hangars were filled with warplanes hanger a contained T. B.. M. Grumman Avenger torpedo boats Henry. Be stored. S. B. TO C. Hell diver dive bombers, five hundred planes in all being made ready for A. A last flight to the Aircraft Cemetery Arizona Robert. smedley was flying a hell diver to San Diego when bad weather said in when he turned back, a group of loggers saw the planes circling under low cloud cover just before the crash, wreckage of the plane was scattered over two hundred yard radius among the wreckage was copy of a Western Union note he'd sent to his wife just days before coming home soon, it said loud Bob People visiting the old base of reported seen. Seen a man dressed in a typical world war, two flight suit wandering among the wreckage, one visitor walked up to a Russian plane complete with a pilot and thought it was part of an act Robert. smedley left behind a wife and three-year-old daughter, and it's believed by local residents claim to have seen. The ghost is probably the spirit of Robert. Smedley, trying to find his way home now travel last six hundred fifty miles. I mentioned to San. Francisco's old hunters point shipyard originally. Originally built on six hundred thirty eight acres of Waterfront. Our story began so the dawn of July first nineteen, forty six, when the able day atomic airburst over tiny Bikini atoll took place over one hundred US military ships surrounded the island of all the vessels. It was light aircraft carrier. US Independence that the government decided to toe into hunters point shipyard intent on finding a way to decontaminate it. They also wanted to determine the potency of the radioactive contamination I. They tried sandblasting. We're left with tons of radioactive sand that had to be packed in of dump some thirty miles off the San Francisco coast next they brought in cats and dogs monitor effects radioactive poisoning on them, then placing the dead contaminated animals into barrels to be dumped into the Pacific. Finally, prisoner volunteers from nearby San Quentin prison were made to clean the ship when they died. You can only guess what happened to their remains. But that's ancient history, the grounds that made up the old shipyard or be decontaminated as soldier real estate investors, one investor reported that when crews were brought out to transient build foundations for his apartment complexes. They stopped short when they approached the side, it was overrun by cats and dogs, and a group of men, wearing vintage prisoner uniforms shuttle days later they were brought in again and found the lots and question deserted. Could the animals have been the spirits of the cats and dogs sacrificed and all those years ago, and what about the group of men were they go? So the volunteers as note of interest the US US independence began to sink before being decontaminated and. And was towed three hundred twenty eight miles out to sea at skull. At least that's what the navy says, but the Ocean Exploration Trust discovered the independence twenty eight miles west of San Francisco Bay and slightly cell of the fair alone
"tillamook" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Listening to ABC news that's our top story with the Democrat side of the Oregon secretary of state's rates still in question the Republican candidate is ready to go eleven ninety K. E. exes Brad Ford reports show me a **** in Leeds mark cast on the Democrat side Oregon live is projected back in the winter but it's close Republican Kim Thatcher says she's looking forward to the state re opening and the effect it'll have on the campaign please start opening up will be able to go back to the more traditional type of campaigning where you can meet with groups that's your plans to maintain the strong out of functions that were advanced by former secretary of state Dennis Richardson she says redistricting will also be vital if the legislature can't do it Thatcher wants that to be a more open process that's eleven ninety K. E. exes Brad Ford twenty six mayors in Oregon have signed a letter asking you to stay home over the memorial holiday weekend Susan Webber the mayor of Tillamook tells Kate to their businesses aren't ready for big crowds for the most part I think we need a little more time to get used to what we're going to be dealing with and it would be good for the people from the valley to give us that time all of the killings in Oregon except for Multnomah Clackamas and Washington have been given approval to start entering phase one of the re opening many of the businesses are still in the process of being able to meet the health guidelines a ninety three year old woman in Polk County is the latest to die from corona virus in Oregon fifty one people are hospitalized that's down to from Wednesday a driver and an eleven year old boy were killed in a crash Thursday morning your NFL between Corvallis and the coast the truck they were in went off the road and landed upside down in the year Quinn a river the sixty three year old driver and the eleven year old boy died at the scene thirty seven year old man and a fifteen year old boy were able to get out of the truck they were hospitalized for their injuries that's a look.
"tillamook" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Is it twenty thousand is under what we talking when I break out the jobs at a stone here in C. there was this letter signed by several former justice department officials lawyers people who work within the department former prosecutors all that stuff who had signed this letter condemning what bill bars decision was as it pertains to Michael Flynn and that's what Joe Biden was trying to refine off the top of his head he got little turned around there yeah that is as as tensions increase with China that's the guy I want at the helm of this country's haha all my gosh how many actually where there was a two hundred twenty thousand twenty thousand how many okay I think it was two thousand well we don't have to get way deep in this they ruined that guy's life flight you know obviously Brian was in the room when that was brought up with the different hats he's there and then Obama has the conversation was Sally Yates and James Comey about how to move forward it's going to come out at some point in time yeah okay I don't want to get to this restaurant manager ready to re open and another person frustrated David yeah well most of the counties I don't know if we have time to get all of it but most of the counties in Oregon have now sent an application to the state to start the process of re opening I think it's everyone except for Lincoln County in the counties around the Portland area they're gonna be some strict guidelines moving forward but yeah there's one restaurant owner and Tillamook that says Hey I'm excited even though we have to completely change the way we do things the organ in our sanitization areas and we just have the opportunity to do a very big deep clean on everything's free so that all of the tables back in tomorrow or the next day so you know is what so many want just a chance a chance to save the business this is mark leaving camp robin show not able to run a check out the latest on our agricultural news on talk radio's new generation K. OKC Oakland genetics invites you to go out and check how the many issue bread wheat varieties are looking at the issue quick Friday feel plots there's a map of the replicated field trials at the issue week website as well as videos of the.
"tillamook" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast
"About transition to the dark side and become a magazine editor along the way nine bucks. And what if your and he's generally enjoy. The process immensely will have to hear about that. He lives in Tillamook Oregon where the cheese comes from his wife and in really heard of cats. I wonder how big that hurt his. Jeff thank you for joining various it. It varies from day to day. My wife is sort of the The the the the Cat Lady of Tillamook and she feeds all the neighborhood strays so So so there's always new cats coming around while you name them all or he has he has each and every one of them. I say it's a great one over there that one. Yeah well I often wondered where tillamook is unveiling. I know it is my favorite cheese. I'M NOT GONNA lie so it's good to have you here today I always asked this question. At the beginning. Synthesis like us has launched. We launched in the case of this craziness so the little bit loaded. But how are you doing? Just fine You know as a as a freelancer Social isolation is kind of a way of life and you live in a sleepy coastal town out in Oregon You know walking to the grocery store and not encountering anyone except the Checker is pretty much standard operating around here. Okay I've been that very different for me. Yeah well it's Nice. It's nice and quiet. I I appreciate it a little bit. I'M NOT GONNA lie met. Yeah I think it's an adjustment. I think for people like you who do work at home maybe on a more regular basis like you said. You're freelance This adjustment is different so hard to really understand because I used to this life where other people are really making a huge transition now. Our biggest our biggest issue at our house is that everybody's home all the time we have small children. So That's pretty loud. Yeah Yeah Yeah. My daughter's twenty six so not really a big deal for me. Well that's good. I hope everybody is doing well on your family now. Good here comes out now. Really excited to have your perspective and give it to our audience because audience members are people who are looking for insight on the media industry anither not looking for. But I'm definitely giving it to them on different levels so I'd love to love to get your perspective on the editorial process in your becoming an editor. I'd love to get a little bit more insight on really specifically what an editor does versus. You know a writer or journalist. I think a lot of people can't tell the difference between the two everybody's lumped into one. So what what isn't editor's Job specifically? Will it be for me? It gets to the big picture you know as an editor I'm thinking You know up to up to six eight months out in the future you know. What are we going to cover? How am I gonNA fill these pages and you know what direction do I want the magazine to go in the magazine Over his called the Star and it is the membership magazine to the Mercedes Benz Club of America. And and so. That's very different from you. Know for example taking over automobile or road and track right. We have a we have a pretty tight focus not only just on mercedes-benz but also on on those cars and activities that are of interest to club members So it's more of an enthusiast publication with with a narrow focus but regardless. I'm I'm sure if we if we got my my colleagues in here for many other Print magazine They would tell you this. We're looking out in the future. We're trying to figure out what we're GONNA fill our pages with and and how we can keep the magazine interesting and informative and generally make our employers in our readers happy. I think that actually brings click interesting question. Who would your employer be? I mean obviously you're in an enthusiast magazine. So who is your employer? I think it's important for people to understand that everyone has a boss and there's a dining everywhere so who des. Yeah and mine is particularly interesting because my employer will be the Mercedes Benz Club of America NOT MERCEDES-BENZ USA We are it. Isn't independent club. It is not owned by Mercedes Benz and Although obviously you know they work closely together but So so I answer to. I answer to the elected representatives of the club who represent the members. So it's sort of an inverted pyramid with the members of the club on top and then their elected leaders and then and then there's a there's a hired executive director of club deals with all the activities and getting all stuff in order and then I deal with producing this magazine so in every issue. I'm thinking what are the club. Members WanNa hear what sort of feedback am I getting How can I best Make this magazine. Something that makes being a member of this club. Valuable to those members Yeah I think I'm just I want to jump in and play something here and while we're talking about obviously the Mercedes Benz club and it is very niche. I think it's important Genita- all the magazines. Everybody every media outlet has this same challenge in issue and Kind of agenda. The added their gender of meeting the needs of the reader a meeting many of their boss a meeting the reads needs of the brands. So while we're specifically talking about the Star magazine here today on this really applies to anyone and so the reason. This is important for marketers. Pr People CEO's startups. Now is that we really need to be mindful of hitching stories that are relevant to the readership and the audience of those particular outlets. I think that's really the key here is that we're we can't just serve our own purpose by pitching an angle. Because we feel like it's important it has to have a wide. It's important to those specific readers and to that specific target market. And so this podcast. Today is really focused on how to pitch in how to like pitch correctly so I think what we love to hear from you. What I loved here is really kind of the key things. I put three things but it could be more or less But when you're reviewing story eight balls and not just pitches. I guess story angles. How do you determine what to move forward with and what to ignore and this is question of? How much space do you really have? I let me say five years ago. I was editing newsstand magazine. That was about hot rods and drag racing and cars essentially and You know I answered to a publisher who's interested in making money and you know some magazines But I still. I still needed to ask what the readers wanted to re. Because if they didn't Wanna read it they wouldn't subscribe and the advertisers wouldn't advertise then then everything was was would come art. It's completely not different when when you are working in Newsstand magazine. You still have to think about that relevance and providing good value and so then to get onto your how to pitch the the answer with with space is. I never have enough space. There's always more stuff out there than than I can possibly include and it's not just picking what's relevant versus non-relevant is picking what is the most relevant you know. I often describe it as like drinking from a fire. Hose trying to Catch those things of of the greatest value. So when I when I get a pitch you know my my first question is is this relevant at all and and then is it. Is it something that is relevant enough to to to make it something that I'm going to spend some effort on maybe assigned to a writer or write it myself and then determine? How much space is it? A news bit in in a page full of ten. You know interesting things you might WanNa know about or not. And if it doesn't rise to that level than he tends to get ignored the things that are off completely off topic always getting ignored. Yeah I mean it's totally sense Yeah I mean I think I think why have so many so I think.
"tillamook" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Dr did you did you see it's it's in the news every day here's the latest in Oregon Tillamook county with cheese comes from hit with ransomware computer systems shut down the library shut down because they couldn't check books in or out all systems shut down all county brought to its knees the issue was noticed Wednesday morning I. T. staff immediately did what they did they unplug all the computers right took him off the internet shut him down too late too late it's spread because it spreads like that now here's the deal ransomware happens it happens to everybody eventually but if you have a good back up you don't have to worry about it what it what makes a good backup a snapshot that's what I drive does it keep snapshots of your backup if you get hit by ransomware see the problem is sometimes ransomware the crypto files are backed up to the back up then you're really alike except with idrive you can say well no not that's that let's go back one side versioning let's go back one before the virus it there we go there's some good so there's no data restore it you're good to go that's what you need I drive is the best protection against ransomware human error Thunderbolts sinkholes bad stuff happens hard drive failure having a good backup is vital I drive is one PC magazine's editor's choice for the best cloud backup solution for everyone consumers and businesses six years in.
A Road Trip Along the Oregon Coast
"I'd like to welcome Jessica Baker from Boundless Bakers Dot Com. Who's come to talk to about the Oregon Coast Jessica? Welcome to the show. Thanks Chris Thank you for having me and you are currently coming to us from Orlando. What were you doing out on the Oregon coast and the trip that we're gonNA talk about well. My family and I have been traveling in a RV for the past thirteen months so we have seen quite a bit of the country and probably our favourite stop so far where we spent twelve weeks was the Oregon coast this past spring. And we've now we're in Florida and you see your family. I understand that to be your husband to kids three and five and three cats at its correct so we have a thirty five foot trailer just full of love of of of little people. Lots of cats and That's that's our family. Excellent in why should we go to the Oregon coast? Well probably the number one reason to go to the Oregon Coast is. It is absolutely gorgeous. Like I said we've been traveling the US and up into Canada for the past thirteen months and the Oregon coast is probably the one of the most unique and probably the most beautiful areas on that. We've seen this far. So just the natural beauty of it. It truly is where the Where the forest meets the the sea and between the the lush green forests and the rocky rugged coastline is just absolutely gorgeous. And when we say we're the forest meets the C are we using a slogan from tourism? That really sounded like someone had thoughts. I didn't know that is like I don't know if I had heard that somewhere. I should call them and we can make that their official their social model excellent. What were you gonNA start us long to start us in Northern Oregon? So what I thought we would do as we could break it up. I'm kind of in a couple of different sections along the coast and talk about What to do each area thinks see in that sort of stuff but I figured we would start at the top and northern Oregon Group so for California like me. Just listen to what you say and put everything in reverse. I got exactly. We actually came from California so we did it in reverse but I figured we'd just start from the top for the for this a story. Yeah absolutely So as I said we. Rv So when we were in northern Oregon we stayed at a RV campground in seaside Oregon. Which is it is basically just west of Portland. I'm it's where a lot of Local Portland Portland Liens. I believe they where they go out to the coast. It's a beautiful little. Seaside town on a story is just an hour. North of seaside in Asturias where the Columbia river the mouth of the Colombia River. You'RE A little further. South of that is correct yet Yes the Columbia River and flows into the sea there. That's where Lewis and Clark. National Historical Park is so you can actually visit for platts it is where Lewis and Clark you know. That was kind of like their base when they were in the area. It's up there near story. A- another thing we loved about the story area is the story of tower So it's this. I don't know exactly how tall it is. But it's this historical tower that sits atop one of the hills in hysteria. You can actually climb the steps to it and they they sell little would in airplanes there for dollar and you can As you're as you're taking in the views like the magnificent views of the city and the the river in the C. You can actually throw your little airplanes off and watch them kind of float down into the nearby forest and it's it's really cool. My kids absolutely loved it. As did I perfect for a three three year. Old a four year old and a nine year old for me. Yeah No I. I enjoyed it just as much as they did So yeah that was kind of That was probably one of the would've are highlights in the story was was the tower and then also kind of Getting some of the history of Lewis and Clark around the area so definitely definitely all. We're checking out. I guess the idea between behind it being a paper airplane is that it's biodegr- Iraq yet. Absolutely because chances are you're never going to see it again unless it happens to float straight down but Yeah we we definitely did not get back. Yeah so then kind of moving a little bit further south as I said. We stayed in seaside Oregon Kind of some of the top attractions that we enjoyed in that area First one was a state park a state park so beautiful lots of history Lewis and Clark. Actually we're in that area as well so there's a couple of historical attractions there. We did a wonderful hike. There the climate's a loop trail. I'm it's a couple believe it was about two two and a half miles long. It actually takes you up so it is quite a bit of elevation change but the views from the top are Gorgeous you can actually see quite a few miles out into the sea where you can actually take a look at the. Tillamook rock lighthouse which is about a mile mile and a half off the coast. There's no longer in use this tiny little rock with time. He little lighthouse on it and you get a great view of it from the top of that trail so definitely an area. I would suggest checking out for again. The beaches and The hiking trails south of state park is where can beaches Cana- beach is probably one of the better known areas of on the Oregon coast. It's I think most known in terms of if you've seen pictures of the Oregon coast this is probably what you've seen pictures. Chances Are you're looking at a picture of Haystack Rock Which is a two hundred and thirty five foot sea stack and that is just off the coast of of the beach there. When the tide's out you can actually get pretty pretty close to it. They don't really encourage climbing on it But you can get get pretty close to it. When the tide's out so beautiful picturesque little little town and then yeah just getting up close and personal with Haystack. Rock is kind of one of those experiences. You WanNa. You WanNa have. When when you're in that area continuing on South? I'm just south of Ken. Beach we really enjoyed. I'm an area. It's called hug point state recreation site. I'm against kind of like a state park a protected area on but what it is is it's it's a recreation site right on the coast and it's actually a beach area and the beach is only accessible at low tide so I highly emphasize making sure you check the tides if you want to go there because there's no there's nothing to see when the type in so definitely check the tide's head outright low tide so you are able to get as much time as possible so high point so what it is is an back in the Lewis and Clark days be stage coaches before there was a road there on the stage. Coaches would actually drive along this area only at low tide and they'd kind of have to hug this point in order to get around this rocky point on the coast and hence why it's called hug point and it's really cool because you can actually see the wheel. Ruts that have been carved into the rock from the stage coaches that used to travel super neat. What else is cool about this Recreation site are. There's a couple waterfalls little waterfalls that you can kinda climbing around the rocks and checkout huns of tide pooling. So I know my kids love. The titles of the Oregon Coast as deny area has some great tide pools. There's actually pools that form within the wheel. Arrives from the stage coaches which is pretty neat Lots of little sea caves to explore. So again you don't want to be stuck in their tide's coming in so Another reason to make sure you have I on the tides and 'cause he's these little caves or super cold explorer lots of little creatures in there and and Super. Funnier it to to check out so definitely recommend going there
"tillamook" Discussed on KOMO
"Help with information they have a man described to open about thirty to forty years old at the time again this was back in nineteen ninety nine with brown curly hair a moustache and park marks on his face he was spotted at the bowling alley the night Louis disappeared and that was twenty one years ago a coastal Oregon county is struggling to get its computer and telephone systems running again after being hit by a cyber attack an attack on the Tillamook county government has affected all departments knocked out all computer systems and its website and left phones working intermittently in a statement officials there say it's no indication of the there's no indication of the personal information of employees a residence has been access to miss used to the county began experiencing difficulties with several computer systems its information technology department of terms that it was a malware attack it's now forty minutes past the hour now an update from the Harley exteriors como sports death means higher see hearts coaching staff is down at the Pro Bowl this week in Orlando Florida which means instead of a trip to Hawaii like the pro bowlers used to get now they get to go to Florida kind of said Russell Wilson has been practicing with the NFC squad to with his own coaches calling the plays Ross might have a pretty good day this Sunday mariners hoping Mitch hamburger would return strong and ready for the twenty twenty season after a season ending injury last year but the M. say Hammacher had a core injury at the winter work out of will miss all of spring training because he need surgery college hoops Washington State University was at number twenty three Colorado and it was the buffaloes that stampede it over the coupe's seventy eight fifty six the dogs took on the youth in Utah last night and it was a nail biter but the Utes pulled out the sixty seven sixty six win the two teams swap opponents this weekend proves in Utah Saturday at four in the Huskies a Colorado it's six pre game in that.
Oregon's Ghost Town That Fell Into The Sea
"Hidden history. About a town that washed into the ocean between Oregon's against Tillamook Bay and the sea. There's a narrow sandy peninsula or one hundred years ago a town stood and not just any town one of the biggest biggest towns on the Oregon coast with a municipal swimming pool. Half the length of a football field warm salt water washed in how to serve generator. The reason reason it's gone today the entire town because the residents paid to build a jetty to make their steamship journey smoother. The Jetty Changed Ocean. Concurrence the ocean washed away the town the residents had paid for their own destruction. Bay Ocean got it started in nineteen six when a real estate developer named T. B. Potter. Got Hold of it and plotted the town potter. Thought big over the next few years she sold off sixteen hundred hundred lots and built a large hotel a dance hall and that's Swimming Pool. I talked about a mammoth structure right by the beach. So Potter thought big. But his actual execution was more of mid-size. He promptly installed telephone network in Bay Ocean which worked great for local calls across town. The wasn't linked to the outside world. Getting fresh water was a hassle to potter build a pipeline but didn't put a booster pump on it. So the water pressure was Ashley Solo. That sometimes water would not reach some of the lots. He also installed streets made of concrete rather than dirt or sand. But it didn't matter much. No road was built to the mainland until the nineteen twenty s so most residents didn't bother with cars. Most folks arrived on Potter stinks shop the SS badge which made a three day journey from the town of Portland and a three day. Stay the steamer trip was terrifying find ordeal sometimes though of course it would have to cross the Columbia River Bar up at the bars dangers and they are legendary legendary. This last could be more scary than the bar. Crossing which at least could be kept reasonably smooth by not crossing when the tide was coming in residents started clamoring for protective jetty. The Army Corps of Engineers studied the place told them they needed to jetties one on each side at the mouth of the bay and it would cost two point. Two million dollars half of which would have to come from local residents. The residents couldn't afford to do that so they proposed a single angle jetty. A little over eight hundred thousand later it was done and they ocean soon. To be ex. Homeowners paid half each household had ponied up roughly four hundred fifty dollars which in nineteen seventeen was enough to buy one and a half brand new Ford model ts and for a while things. Things were great. The steamship pride was much more pleasant without coming across the open ocean but then something odd started started happening. Baoshan's Broad Sandy. Beach started getting a little less broad than it started getting a lot. Less broad finally in nineteen thirty two waves chiefs from a massive storm crossed the beach and destroyed the massive seaside swimming all from there got worse and worse. The hotel started falling room and by room into the sea. Each one of the seat got further in by nineteen. Thirty eight fifty. Nine homes were gone finally in the early early fifties the C. breached the spit and brushed into Tillamook Bay turning Baosheng into an island instantly. Multimillion Dollar Oyster. Fishery was ruined a thousand acres of oyster beds buried in sand salinity in the base surge. The estuary fisheries started to collapse. The government's sprang into action building. Rip Raps seawall across the gap to keep the sea out some time after that. In the early nineteen seventy second jetty. Jetty was added it solve the problem with the currents and the sand started building itself. Backup on the spit but it was too late for bay ocean by then the entire entire town was
"tillamook" Discussed on DeaconLive
"Our social links go to profit radio DOT COM and while you're there at the very bottom of the page there's a little blue bar that pops up the <unk> says be heard Click on that was a microphone access your microphone and then literally leave us a voicemail or voice message and it comes straight here to the the station goes right in my inbox. I opened it up and then I play right here on the air. It's easy as easy as that so we were talking about the Pimento Domenici's fillet at bojangles and you know she <hes> missed beautiful like thank her for that giving us an update or not an update but a given us a review on the first time that that she's tried it and she liked it. One thing that I am seeing now on my facebook feeds is this. Are you guys familiar with Tillamook. Have you heard of what Tillamook is till. I don't even know if I'm saying right this. You can get these people hold on. Let's see if I can get these people to say it better for me. Hold on this is Tillamook Oregon home of the Tillamook creamery. These are tillamook farmers and this is what they're known for. We found him look Eric.
"tillamook" Discussed on The Four Top
"It's so interesting how we're kind of like straddling the line between wild and farmed. And I mean, you're you're basically harvesting ocean water. Yeah. Yeah. We make seawater for salt from seawater. It takes you two weeks more or less from start to finish. And you know, we're we we much. We very much depend on on the quality of the water. And you know, I've made salt from twenty seven different spots on the Oregon and Washington coast and Navarre bay where we make our salt now is far and away the best salt that I've made out of all of those spots, and that's due to variety of different reasons. But you know, we we also are at the at the mercy of of nature as we should be. And so two to three times a year, you know, Dungeness crab will molt and and walk out of there wiggle out of their shells in charts bay in every other plus they live and but in doing so they release collagen into the water and during that time and for close to three years we couldn't figure out why during certain couple of periods of time of the year. We couldn't make flake salt and turned out that I was sitting at the at a bar in each arch with an farmer buddy of mine. Explain this to him. And he said, well, you know, crabs are moulting. I was like, and and so we started at track it and sure enough it's crabs molting in college and being released into the water that prevents, you know, the we can still make salt, but we just can't make the, you know, really flaky delicate salt that you know, we sell his finishing salt. So so we make other types of Salter in that time, which is fine. Very cool. So what do you think Christopher if there were more people harvesting seesaw with this have any effect on the rising sea level? What do you do you end up with freshwater? Then after you've. Yes. And no, we do end up with fresh water and steam, and then we end up are byproducts are freshwater steam calcium carbonate, which we give to chicken farmers in Tillamook and around the north west, but they use it as a as a, you know amendment for their chickenfeed to harden eggshells and then. And then a magnesium sulfates, technically, an Epsom salt who sell that to loyally and bunch of other places in the area rubbed that on my body. Then when I've been there, thank you very much secured myself. So I so curious about all the different ways to harvest salt. Because I think people when they think of salt, they just think of a salt flat. 'cause I guess people have seen that picture, but Christopher Gino anything about harvesting salt from seaweed. I understand this is kind of the cool new thing in culinary circles. Then would know a lot more than I would about how to make salt from seaweed. I I know of it a little bit seaweed one of the things very unique about it is it has natural monosodium glutamate MSG, which most people consider to be a terrible thing. It is it can be in the laboratory created version, but it naturally occurs. The environment many different forms and MSG is actually the thing that gives the last tastes sense of what people call, mommy. It's flavor. Profile. It's kind of got this undertone depth to it. It's like salt plus sorta like salts big brother like old grandfather with pappy van winkle. It's like, you know, extra extra salty. But like, really good. And so we tend to find the com, boo. Which was the type of seaweed Japanese seaweed, which is a type of kelp and other various ones, there's multiple different types of seaweed out there, especially in Asian culture, where they harvest we'd need it, which we have we have forged seaweed salads in restaurants. But with that you can make some incredible salts. We'll take seaweed and we'll dry it. We'll we'll essentially great it down, and you can put it on the top of different salads or even steak or fish or anything like that. And it gives us kind of incredible. Mommy flavor because of the g and the salt and the sif labor. I don't necessarily know if it would be widely consumed as much, but again, we're kind of working somewhat in an artisanal aspect with it..
"tillamook" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Accurate. If more work is done. But there's I think the really good chance that the EPA genetic clock. The methylation is a result of Tillamook length and not vice versa. Very unlikely. Messele methylation is a cause to shorten. But it might be the Tillamook lightning might become the holy grail of markers. Okay. And Rhonda 'penal actually published some stuff on that. He's he's he's the one that extended lifespan in mice by lengthened Thielemans. He's also looked at oxidative stress and mitochondria dysfunction and found out that lengthen Kilmer's had Tennessee to make those pointless. Okay. Because Teela Amir's actually where the role, but again, the we can only guess at the moment. And I I would I that's all I'm doing and still there's better data. I'm just can't really answer that question. Even though a lot of people are out there. Trying to say they can answer the question. It's the data's not there yet. Yeah. I do one thing that these these human embryonic stem cells, and and potentially even some of the X OEMs that folks are using now do express some pretty high Lama race activity. So there may be something to that as well. This whole idea of stem cell therapy. Or even I believe they call them induced pluripotent stem cells, this is kind of a way to fill your body with cells that may have enhanced Allama respectively. And that's what we've been doing for the last ten plus years twenty almost twenty years looking to find out. How Llamas gets turned on the cell. So you can tub. Pubmed was show that I'm authored some papers on dues pluripotent stem cells and human embryonic stem cells looking at what causes long the turn on those sales. So that we can learn the same mechanisms to do in normal cells. But unfortunately in deuce, deuce, plural. Potency in cell. That's actually d differentiating the cell back to an embryonic state. And that's working there's giving some some good data in mice showing possible rejuvenation, but their side effects tremendously because you're tremendous 'cause you're actually turning differentiated cells into undifferentiated cells. And if you push that full process forward, you're gonna find out that you're gonna turn a whole mouse into embryo and not not into an embryonic cell instead of young mouth of it. But still why did you rejuvenation? The let's say the youth on us is actually probably totally due to the long rates. Lengthen telomeres, but we still have not been able to figure out after years exactly how that's lamas genus turned on. There's like six different factors that you can add cells sometimes just four at a time or all six at a time that will induce plural potency. And we find out that we need all six if we leave one out we don't get alarmed activity. So there's a big big process some very complex protocol. That's that's causing two lamas the turn on. And so I don't know. I think those in the short term, I think stem cells and. Excess owns and everything else is a great thing to do. I highly recommended I'm even getting ready to possibly try some stem cells on myself, but the. I think of them as just a way to provide your body with sales have long telomeres and in in the near future. Hopefully, five years from now are less. We will be able to lengthen Kilmer's all the cells that you already have instead of just add new cells with long Kilmer's. So fast. I could talk for ten hour. I know I could talk to you for ten hours. I know you've just gotten back in that conference though. So all all respect, your time and mine as a have another interview I have to get off to here pretty soon. But what I'll do again for those you listening in Ben greenfield, fitness dot com slash telomeres. That's T L O M E R E S. They're spelled for you. Ben greenfield, finished dot com slash telomeres linked to everything there. And then I'll follow up with an Email Bill and give you my Email address. Should you want to send over any other little research papers videos, personal protocols anything like that? And I can always include those things in the show notes before this episode is released. So thank you so much for coming on the call, man. This is fascinating. Love this stuff. Thank you very much. I enjoyed it. All right. Well, I'm Ben greenfield folks, along with
"tillamook" Discussed on WDRC
"And if you have an Alexa device just enabled the skill until Alexa, play the LARs Larson show. You know, big trucks crushing cars cheering crowds fancy driving. What's not to like about monster, truck rallies? But now the biggest one seemingly is going to the left even though I don't think that's where their audience is my good friend. Awro Hawkins is the Breitbart news second amendment columnist. And it's always a great pleasure to have you on the program may w how you doing? Doing great great great to be with you, Laura. Tell me what. For people have been to monster jam described for them. What goes on there? Well, it's loud. Lot of horsepower. A lot of four wheel drive trucks that set really odd lots of ramps and jumping and it's basically. It's your your old county truck to pull the troll county tractor pool steroids instead of having the pools and the the pullback back on the vehicles like that you had these trucks ripped up to run hot and fast jump for and do all kinds of stunt, and I will will draft pick up. You know, what that describes Tillamook county and the county fair where I went to high school to a T. It's a lot of fun and good clean fun. And usually a fairly conservative audience likes. You don't find a lot of global warming? True believers in the audience at a monster truck rally day. No, they won't. They won't be. It won't be any time soon that they'll have electric or hybrid trucks. I was. So what what's happening, and why is monster jam which goes into stadiums around the country. It's a traveling show, and they've always had things like trucks named things. Like gunslingers, you mentioned in the piece you wrote for Breitbart and also images of guns and gun names. And all of a sudden all of that has gone away. What explains the change? Feld F E L D, feld entertainment ruins monster. Jan they decided that they wanted to appeal to a broader audience globally. That's that's the key word globally. And and they they said that they had a great diversity and use among their fans this and that so they cut out all images gun names as you mentioned gunslinger gunslinger now, just swinger. Instead of being gun based it's slingshot based honestly it's laughable, but what they do. And you soon this lors your common radio over and over again. Doc. Stance. They basically decide which viewpoints they're going to sacrifice they say, they're really honoring all viewpoints or not what they're doing is saying the viewpoint of the hunter of the second amendment aficionado of the of the concealed carrier those points. Don't matter. What matter are the global opinions? And that's what they've done well in global opinions of elites because let me tell you something Awa. A number of years ago Tina is celebrated I think it was our seventh wedding anniversary and went to lying, and we kind of like a wa who Maui is a little too quiet for us win been there in a long time. And we said let's go and we'll Mark our seven the wedding anniversary. And we're there we go to stores, and we go to restaurants, we sit on the beach and all that one of the things I notice I'm walking on Al Moana, which is one of the main drags there in Waikiki as I said, there's a gun range here. And it kind of surprised me because I just didn't expect a gun range there. But I said, let's walk inside. So we walked inside. And there was a lot of shooting irons there, but they looked pretty pedestrian for you and me a thirty eight caliber pistol. And it looked frankly pretty boring because they're all guns that I was very familiar with. But they didn't seem very exotic to me. They just seem like, okay, it's regular pistols. I could shoot at home. What's the big deal? And then I looked around at the clientele now, you know that. Hawaii is a great place for vacation for both people from the United States. But also from Asia, the place was full of Asian nationals who were speaking, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, etc. And they were just going nuts. They're talking looking at all these guns, and it was like they'd walked into a place. And we're seeing things they'd never seen before. And I'm think and.