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"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

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"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"I would imagine to get law changed. Is that happening yet. there's a i love. This definition of a weed weed is a plant in a place with a person with a problem. So it's not the plant that's the problem. It's the human thinking if we start to see something a problem. We need to go back to that. Permaculture perspective change your lands see that as a resource and that's what we're doing by harvesting eggs as our wild food super powder but also they are such a resource to the bees and all the pollinators so there is this this change of perspective that's needed in the humans and in our laws and right now it doesn't reflect that we're still thinking that they're worse. The weeds are worse than herbicides. Being sprayed that's off okay. We'll get through on. What about in in your local area. So you've been you've obviously go the tone council of toronto city council. Whatever onside to the extent that they're happy for you to be doing what you're doing are are you getting a kind of central pedal effect where areas around. You're looking at what you're doing and on people in other towns picking it up and replicating what you've done. Yeah and actually. It's pretty amazing. Blows my mind in the sense of how we're now be happy. Land is being hired now. The town telluride is hired us. They're five hundred acres of open space in the town of over which is just up another mountain town in town main focus. So we're being called to to really support organic land stewardship in other communities in the southwest colorado in big areas figures that crossing political divides now are beginning to get the point where it's it's not. A political trigger point for certain communities were do ganic. His is obviously from different political basis as a happening. Yes it is happening. I see that very much but most people are just opens a relevant works or more from a scientific mutual place. Okay i'll do. It doesn't really how to get there as long as they do. Get there and so you in terms of where you are going. You've got your market garden. You run averting stinky said into a schoolhouse ten years from now. Where do you think have you any concept. I understand uncertainty principle. And all of that. Have you a vision forward of where you would like to be. Well i been teaching. This course com the local wild living soil. And it's a two month or it's an intensive couple months. Course and one of the students was from wales and he came in onto the land the very the very year we bought the new property and so it came in new property. Had this big house six bedroom very nice house. So all the students got to move into the house. Including our from from wales and He came out just to take the class and it was just so much bundy's international connections..

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"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

04:18 min | 5 months ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"Dilution is the solution but it smelled just like irv side. So i knew it worked. Then we seal the building and our renovating it into a schoolhouse. And it's turning out really beautifully. Wow so you're going to run courses there. yes yeah. It's an educational center now out of the far more. We still have our town but this is more on okay. I'm just before we move on. You said you were inoculating with my celia. I understand how compost tea makes astonishing bacterial cultures in the way that ordinary compost makes by terrier cultures. How do you make my ceo cultures to put on the land to rescue three. Okay we call fungal soup and what we'll do is we'll go just a little higher elevation than where we're working so if we're the valley we might just go fifty to one hundred feet higher and underneath some beautiful evergreen trees will gather some of the duff kind of the soil that's got a lot of pine needles in basically it's very stable and that has a lot of my cillian network in there so gather that soil and then will add a lot of our weeds. We do inorganic. We've mitigation project across the southwest. Colorado now come be happy lands. We create compost tea on site and fungal soup. We break up a lot of these carbon of the plants stirred in with water in this phone goal soil and then distributed across the valley land and it just helps inoculate the lower elevation with this more rich buydell. My my you know my stadium rich soil. it doesn't get killed off by the chemicals in the land. you're spreading the my celia. They how do they survive in this. What sounds like an incredibly toxic environment. They actually have the enzyme to break down at toxin. so it doesn't it actually isn't toxin to them. They can do okay. Wow well already so you go be happy land. That sounds glorious. So i'm guessing that involves also planting lots of amazing things that beasley. we do. A lot of seating someone's stem spring herbicides. Get rid of the weeds..

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"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"Eleven to twenty two. We have this beautiful headquarters where we served lunch twice a week. We turn into the cafe and then the rest of the time we have a commercial kitchen and we have a growing space growing row and we grow micro greens for public schools and our restaurants and stores. So yeah. that's back that way already. And do you hold courses to teach people how to forage and and what do the greens is that on. The landers that in gerardo at the centre or yeah we might started the center and it will take field trips out to the land and it will go into the woods or go to turn laker so when we do forging we go and get to know the land where the answer growing but we have this wonderful education headquarters. That's at the cafe site. All righty do for people in the us. I'm thinking is there a video isn't a youtube because it while foraging. It's very local people in the uk or in australia or zimbabwe or wherever. They're listening they need. We all need to work out. What's local to us and we can go and forage but for people in the us. Have you got online. Wild foraging stuff yes who our website which is turtle lake refuge dot org. There is a little video of me harvesting in the wild just past hurtling. Yeah and you can get a sense of the landscape right. They're brilliant all right. We will put that in the show notes so people can go look because what we want. Is that everyone listening to this. Becomes someone who sources most of their food from their surrounding countryside within the next year. That's our new target so looking at your website. I did see that underlying festival. And then i also saw a bunch of other things including the telluride showroom festival. Am i saying that right. Yes you are already. So tha that sounds fun. Also do you. Do you get people to make mushroom. Pesto mushroom cream of mushroom beer. Tell us about that. That's right when you go to the mushroom vessel. Everything is mushrooms. Wonderful journey for me for the last thirteen years or more i i walked from wrangled to telluride. And it's about one hundred miles and typically i don't really food i just walk and forage and it takes about seven days and one of my favorite times of the year where get to re senator and reconnect and really have that emotional experience with plants. it is kind of my my retreat to retune and so he goes over eight mountain passes that are about thirteen thousand feet high and just a really spectacular journey. I'll eat mushrooms. I don't wanna. I don't bring a stove i i don't. I'm eating like a wild animal. Just hand ask the water on the. Where do you carry water. I just drink from the creeks. The wild freaks and that was a journey that i chose Many many years ago. I've been eating wild food so much that i had still been trained. Oh don't drink the water. You know it's done you'll get giardi. That was my next question. Yes and then. One day i just really tuned into the creeks and realize will under trained my body to be able to accept this wild water so i started sipping on creeks and especially at higher elevations when it was really whitewater and turbulent aerated. I would sit on that..

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"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

05:57 min | 5 months ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"A third of the park's changed over to organic and then we're currently still in a relationship with our city and now they've actually hired us totally refuge to to manage the parks. Yes home. yes yes. So what happened to the of course. I'm curious to know. is that still not organic. It's still still do like green desert as all come. The revelation golf courses are organ returned into wild nature reserves for future. People doing future things. Did you have to take it off the ballot to taught them. Could you know said no. We're we're you talked to us quickly because we're leaving on the ballot until we're happy. Is that too much like i am. I being too adversary. Maybe we kept it on the ballot until we hit. Britain resolution. I'm not exactly sure but at some point did have to sort of surrender and realize okay. We got to take these steps together because we would hasn't pushed it through. They would have turned it around the next year and we head would have been adversaries more so it felt important to be in good relation or at least attempting. It took a while to get into good relationship with everyone but we are now ten years later. We're still in relationship and we are making progress. You know there is still this motion to continue to add more parks in for example this year. One of our efforts in creating organic cards was to host a dan dealing festival. So this'll be this year. We're having it again. And it'll be a twelfth annual dandelion festival and the city just gave us back park now yes so tell us what it underlined festival is either spring celebration. It's on may. I felt pain. And so we'll have a maple dance and we're having lots of local bands and music and local food. We turtle lake refuge are booth shows up with dan. Pesto dandelion ice cream and lemonade day. You know in all kinds of good food off of our bicycle. This reveal bike still and we have the same one. Okay hang on a second second because my beloved also training to be homeless and she had made some underline t and i'm made my son the other night and i.

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"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

04:35 min | 5 months ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"That's why our food is rooted on living local and wild so and make this four course. Meal soup salomon entrees desserts use. Put all the plates. My grandad's great china on my bicycle and tablet over the smiley building which is a community space in town and i would stores tables and chairs in their closet and in the hallway. Become a little makeshift cafe. So i did that for year with the intention to raise a ton of money to buy this land by turtle lake which was for sale or was it not even for sale. You're going to make that happen to. Yes that was for sale for five hundred thousand dollars and can't say that i raised five hundred thousand dollars that year. Five dollars a plate. That would have been impressive but we raised enough awareness that actually our neighbor decided divide and put it into conservation easement and we had met with him a couple times and he just decided to do that independently so the lake is protected and then with turtle lake refuge. There is this awareness. Oh it's not just about one piece of land. We want to protect me. Wanna protect wildland everywhere on the earth. So let's keep going so. I really won't continue on this threat wild food but i also want to take a little bit of a step sideways because my concept of colorado which stands to be corrected definitely is that leaving aside boulder which always seems to be a little jewel of amazing dharma nurse. I had thought of colorado is a fairly republican place and my protected a dea. Republicans is that wild foods eighteen role. Jesus green juice and and everything that you're is buzzing as nari their thing and so i'm wondering how i all is my concept of colorado completely wrong. I'm totally prepared to accept that it is but second. How did the ethos of what you were doing. Go down in the surrounding area. So durang is like a little mini boulder so it has this very liberal nature to partly because we are surrounded by nature in so many ways. And yeah i think the bigger cities colorado springs and denver have a more conservative. But then we have these really lovely liberal places to and there was a piece where yeah. I might have been doing this all by myself. Not totally because my mom was doing too but there is an essential piece of educating our community. And that you know in the beginning it felt like a lot of work to. Why would you want to do that. Or why is that important. And so. I started teaching classes and my mom attorney been teaching classes on nutrition prior. So she'd already done some other. Legwork huge amount checchi started the keep going this little food buying club and turned it into our durango. National foods. co. up our family's been involved with a lot of rates rowing of maybe more sustainable way of being right okay and the educating and that seems also to be key to turtle lake refugees doing so. Let's really talk about that. So the neighbor who bought the land. They he she person completely on board with the ethos of what you're doing and also connecting plants not exactly but that's okay you know we don't have to be on the stage with everything but they were willing to put it into a conservation easement and protected forever. So that's great. Yeah yeah yes. Let's not argue if if the half a billion and they're prepared to do this and that that'll defined so they buy the land and i'm guessing it's it's wildland that has been did he say this was sprayed as well or was it just wildland. That had been left. Wild draws term how it was when you first got there..

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"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"Create a new way of being as humans than it is that capacity to connect with the more than human world is going to be the key to it. How do you connected with other than human things before was at also of your family's tradition. Yeah the connection with appliances is very deep is within. There's also energetic emotional experience in the sense of there's there's feeling i guess that's how i would describe it as there's this passionate feeling of inspiration that comes when i see a clanton understand either would its medicinal value is or its ability. So it's this emotional relationship with the plant. But i am connecting with. That's really alive you know and Yet it's a case where we touch. And i don't know exactly how to describe it because it doesn't come in. It comes in words later. But the emotional connections first and then i'll get the integration. That might translate into. Oh you're really bitter and you're going to really support my liver you are. It'll show up in these words that that come but the connection is emotional for me. And i'm still trying to get so be for people listening what i don't want them to come away with is the idea that katrina blerta's magical and was able to do this and nobody else can do it so i don't even need to try and i think you probably are extremely magical but i do want to help other people find the ways to do this and teach their children how to do this. So was it an epiphany at eleven that this came out of nowhere are was it something that through the eleven previous years of your life you'd been building towards this level of connection. I would imagine that every every part of my life helped me be there for sure but in that moment it was the biggest high i've ever experienced. It was pissing as i wo- that feeling of being home so deeply with a the land and the plants and i already felt home in my family. I had a very loving supportive program stage two but this was just another dimension of that connection that i hadn't experienced yet that intimately and are you able now to teach other people to to find themselves that depth of connection. Well what i'm doing now since my personal practice is that when life gets crazy and things are not as i would like them or you know. I'm being challenged. I drop in this route. That goes right to that. Earth land connection that similar feeling. And it's like a rudder. And so i- i visualized well. It's the lands that my primary partner in this life so drop in and get connected there and instantly i feel more calm centered and supported so there's little practices that we can do every day. That just helps us. Connect with our place. And i happen to be in colorado. So this is my place. But we're ever in wales and england in we're across the world we are. We are tied into our land to our land so deeply in it is such a support especially when we bring it when we make that conscious connection. Thank you yes definitely. I'm so we are definitely going to get to turtle lake refuge but before you were speaking earlier but bitter good for my liver..

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"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

06:00 min | 5 months ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"Welcome to the accidental. God's podcast how is life this sunday morning in colorado and thank you for getting up so very early for us absolutely. I appreciate being here. Your flexibility in meeting me. At this time it's gorgeous here in colorado really sunny gorgeous the my experience colorado is limited to talking to people but it always seems to be an absolutely gorgeous day. Fortunately here on. The edge of england and wales is also gorgeous not nbs. So we're talking to you because you are amongst many other things. The founder of the turtle late refuge which sounded just such a glorious thing. So can you as a starter for ten tell us how katrina blur got to be the person who set up such a gloriously. Lovely thing. yeah there wasn't a a need. I guess we'll say it that way. I don't love plans really early on the child. Actually when i was eleven. I hit this quite profound experience of floating on her air mattress on a lake. Now my family went back to have luncheon at the bank. And i just kept paddling. All the way to the end of the shore around the corner out of sight and these plans on the bank back into me over and they come and i sat down with him and they said you're going to live your life with us and your home and that feeling has stuck with me my whole life and it's really directed me to learn everything i could about plants right. After high school. i decided to camp out for summer. Just eat the wild plants. So i built a little bit a little. Lean to first than eventually set of a tent on. I was on bike. United states my bike and go into the woods dispensable summer learning and then i started noticing that some of my best friends these plants were getting sprayed with and trying to get a radicalized as i was learning the edible. Medicinal plants so Refuge was well. The mission is to celebrate the connection between personal hells wild lands and so it was to be people these wild weeds and also raise money to protect this open. Space land where there was going to be a development and that's right where this lake that called turtle lake. There's lots of turtles that live there. So it was protecting sixty acres of land by the lake and educating how valuable these wild plants are and is increasing. The health of our community in general. Okay so so. Can i ask how old you were when the plants back and you over when you were on your air bed on the lake. It was eleven years old and su twenty years ago twenty years. So it's turtle lake the lake on which you were on the air mattress..

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"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"turtle lake" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

Warp Lords Podcast

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

"Can head back in. You assume that's where the workspaces. and. There's a small sign that just kind of says parts and supplies. Of Sweet I go towards the parts of the supplies. Are there any? Is there any staffing in here yup? UC UCLA ferry behind the desk with. Soot kind of covering his face and UC shaggy blond hair. And you see him holding like a small little ranch. It's very like it's not a very sleek wrench. It's very very crude, and it's in its shape and design very bulky. Sweet I walk over to the fairy. Hi, I'm a I'm just visiting looking, we're. We're going to be traveling across the ocean. I'm looking for some. Some parts to build a a machine I need I need like metal and You know hinges, maybe a hydraulic. History of sorts. Do you have anything like that? I could get. You could get you small scraps of metal. I could get you a small parts I don't have. I don't have much in the way of a hydraulics. That is that did I say that correctly? I'm going to be honest with you. I don't quite know what that is. Oh, it's like us. oils to move. To articulate certain parts of a machine. Okay, I see. How much are you looking for I? Could I could go take a look around for you. Re Real. Quick their friend. Well actually. If you wouldn't mind, just you know, let me come back. There I pick what I'd I'd like. If you had like a general warehouse or stock well, you could come. Take a look about the shop. people come in. They pay to work here every and use the facility Any of the scrapped kind of comes comes to be mine and I- refashioned and sell it. That's where the the parts the supplies become from. Alright well I have A. Heat at how does this money work like? I have five hundred fifteen credits. Yes, so your credits. You're given your given currency that equates to it. I just translated it for you. Based on what you have and what you're used to, but you were given money for this world. Okay, cool. You guys weren't able to connect to the system and credits as an entirely digital. An entirely digital system, so there's no real way for you to have physical credits outside of a card that everybody has. That's attached to them. like attached to their person. I like to spend three hundred credits on assorted parts. Okay, cool, yeah! You were given a whole bunch of. Sockets screws, bolts, definitely assorted, but all out of this very strong material you get. You get fifty of those assorted bolts, screws and and fast BITs You're given a bunch of different. Brace materials you are given. You are given six different crude hinges made of the same material, this hard silvery material. And then you are given kind of a crude form of like a hydraulic press. And, it's made out of a couple of different materials, but you're basically given wake. Bits of robe like bits of like fashion together legs for machines and. Basically you can break them down for scrap or repurpose. Nice, so wait what what would you call that last bit I got though is basically like. Pure, given three more or less legs that were trying to be built on a machine, but they were unable to kind of get it to work in move, so you're given three essentially crude hydraulic presses. Essentially like eight. eight bars of this similar material to kind of fashion, the legs out of and then bits that filter in and assembled A. Nice Yeah. So you got you get like some pretty good good material for where you're at. Will Thank you very much I. think it'd be a lot of help A box or maybe something with wheels I could could push this with because I'm assuming it's like. Kinda heavy it is. It is pretty heavy material all say. He, he does give you actually hold on one second. He releases to capture spheres. Two of those beasts that you've seen a couple of times now there are the. They're the ones that look almost humanoid shape with super rippling muscles there like that Perry Waco purple color, and they have like ripping muscles, and they have like Turtle Lake heads two of those come out. All right on. I appreciate your purchase their their friend. My my boys here can assist you out. Do you a place you're you're you're saying or somewhere? We can deliver these two or yeah, if you could just bring those to the the ship to the to the harbour, I guess what what is the name of the ship? So the ship you're taking is called frigates wind. Frigates Wind. I knowing that it's far away and not in town. If you want us to deliver this we will. Need a bit more payment. It's GonNa take us a while to get their front. Will how about how a middle box do you have like a metal box? That can fit all these things in it. Like like a container of sorts could I need but I do have a way that I think i. get this to work. Do you mind if I fashion these here? hinges and Leggy bits that. That they were working on. Do you mind if I take them downs? I mean what's what's your plan because I have. Just so I could stack up neatly and then I could fit him in a box for you. Is it, is it a a metal box fluctuated? Each it would be metalbox. A perfect I'll help you and then Jeez going to help. It takes you I'm not gonNA make you row for anything even though you're still under the effect of the drug on. Who are still? Took this morning I did. But it it takes you a minute to kind of fashion the legs you're surprised at how quick this ferry works very quick very efficient. Almost as big as he is just able to take these bolts out and help you out. But good part of probably like. Ten minutes on fashioned all these between the two. PACK INTO A box. It's a big box, but you. You got a big box full of metal. And then do you have any straps? Maybe like a ratchet straps or.

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"turtle lake" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"Marjorie. It's ten after I got everything away in the kitchen. Guilty good for you buddy. Zoos measure comes down with the twins. We'll be up ten minutes late. That's not too bad. We're already Yankee. Heard the baby rocking my little. I'd like to have them asleep before we put them in the car. I've got everything rolling. Now we'll still things in the car and get leader is there is leader. Knew that boy. I'll go out on the front porch and call him look baby's on can't go yet. You walk the babies. Sit Down legally we on the road as as the twins. They're asleep put all these things in the car. Get my turtle. We're not taking. That Turtle Lake Lakers School of them. Each company no turtles in the car. I can't leave him in the best way outside. I'll catch things are still going all right. We get away by eight thirty. That isn't so bad suitcase. Dallas too. I'm ready that's fine. My train leaves and ten minutes. I don't mean to Russia but only got ten minutes and we can't get to I. I forgot to take you to the train. You quick in the Birdie at Davidson said goodbye. Ms Margin Mr Bronco. I think I got everything all Birdie come on the car Bernie.

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"turtle lake" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Change, and by farmers union of turtle lake. To. From inside the beltway on back on the east coast bringing you all the news at the end of the week in which Donald Trump exonerated of collusion. Not one person effort six hundred and fifty days of investigation, not one at AME deal with the Russian attack on our election. Not one had to be in DC to broadcast the end of this amazingly. And that's where I am on the next Hugh Hewitt shop lawyer law, professor broadcast journalist, he's you Hewitt overnights from two to five here on the. Lang. Gotta love a Friday. God a love a lot more than a Friday. Vietnam Veterans Day. That's what I love more than a Friday. All right, folks. Into Vietnam vet today. Do something very simple. In the eye. Shake their hand. Thank you for your service. We appreciate you. Special place in my heart for Vietnam. Vets just because of how they were treated man, I got a chance. Oh my gosh. Mark on on our pass. No.

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"turtle lake" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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"turtle lake" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Kit was a terrible thing. We can never let this happen to another president again. Okay. But now you've got Lindsey Graham saying, well, what's next? We'll be looking into this. But you also have Lindsey Graham admitting yesterday, he was the one that kind of encouraged McCain to spread the, you know, the dossier around. Well, maybe you didn't like McCain. Maybe that was it who knows on who the hell lows in capital in politics. You trust any of them. No. You can't you know, what Lindsey Graham is even saying, how can you you know, I know the president's going after the Mia. But can you blame the media? This is what they were being fed. Well, yeah. Well, that's true. And and so this is this is where I like Lindsey Graham one day, and I don't like them the next day. He is so see-saw ish Persian. You're going to get it's like Lindsey stick to stick to one lane which keeps on switching you driving me nuts because they said they're gonna go. After those that created this whole false hoax in the first place. But then he also says that Mr. Muller was not on which one. Mr. Muller was highly qualified in the right guy to pick to deal with such a difficult issue. Or are they saying that because it worked out great for them? Oh, no. It's great. Would be saying many nice things about Muller had the report been something else. Yeah. And then you get Adam Schiff. Oh, please. Which somebody put this guy on a boat and just send him away. He's up there yesterday. Going a little I have proof that there was collusion. Then I'm going to show it to the world. Okay. Themselves the can't help themselves. Adam two years. How many how many search warrants how many five hundred you? What information you have far superior to what this entire investigation over two years? Couldn't find thirty million bucks. But Adam Schiff is going to come up with the the whole thing that's going to take them down. Please probably named ebony the Lynch pin. Just say, well, this is the saddest story I've seen in a long long time. What is daddy lost a six year old daughter and the sandy hook massacre in Connecticut years ago? Well, he's from apparent suicide that is awful and kind of reflects what we were talking about yesterday with the child services council Representative from Broward County in the wake of this and the the after effect of massacre like that can have on clearly now adults and kids, this is horrible. But it's it's awful what we didn't ask her yesterday in which is a horrific thing. But this is all that nagged me yesterday is if someone in this type of situation commit suicide. Yeah. Does that influence somebody else? Sitting on the fence. That's a great question. Because now we've got three we've got to parkland kids in this adults who clearly has gone through another massacre all within a week. That's a great question. I don't know that and this gentleman the father just spoken at FAU. In regard to how to deal with loss. And I'm thinking that's almost too horrific to wrap your head around. It's just you can't describe it. It's terrible. It's it's I I saw that. Oh my God. And he didn't the public place. This'll make you smile. Cowboy Mitch cocaine? Mitch McConnell the green new deal to a vote today. So people list McConnell, oh, even he's all worked up as all worked up cocaine. Mitch there is going to put the new green deal to a vote. Just so people can see how they're senators and their representatives vote whether they vote for it or against it got. So they're on a wrong. Mitch McConnell's full of energy this week. She's must've gotten a shot of something. It'll last like another day then be back to. My goal of the turtle lake in every cartoon. And we've heard it all we just had affluential team back in the news. Right. That was the amazing defense that was an incredible defense. Most incredible. I heard since this in Hawaii. The Pepsi addiction defense twenty one year old kid he was on corn on Friday for stealing a car back in June is excuse according to his attorney. Yeah. So the car he wanted to go buy some Pepsi. Oh, jeez. He's addicted to Pepsi. Wow. Well, hundred hours of community service hundred dollar fine. That's it. And four years of probation and a four year ban from drinking Pepsi, holy. Cow. Actually, the judge probably saved the kid's life. That report came out the too sugary drinks a day horrific for women, and maybe not so much for men, but almost as bad. So they say. I don't know how much Pepsi he was drinking. But. Needs to give us attorney arrays for coming up with this one. That's a great one. What a bunch of who is holy cow. Switch to coke. Just switched to go to coke zero kid the problem. My god. Well, it looks as though this new avengers movie and game that's coming out in a few weeks. She's pack a lunch as you said bring a sandwich with this one. It's going to be ethically long got that and headlines a couple of minutes..

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"turtle lake" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on WJR 760

"How are you doing terrific today? How about you? Steve. I am. Well, I'm rested. I actually took the kids down to great wolf lodge. It was it was pretty nice. Yeah. I haven't gone there in forever in a day. How was it? He had a good time. It was good. But with kids you get all this credit when you get down there. They're having a blast. And then they always leave upset because they have to leave crying. And then you're a bad guy for taking. Hero. Yeah. You're the hero. You mean, we can't live here. Yeah. Exactly. Disneyland. Like, you're you're like the hero for taking him. And then you're like the worst person ever when you make them leave right from the hero to the village. Yeah. Absolutely. Listen, guys. We got a lot of stuff to cover today on the show. We're gonna talk about some pensions in inflation adjustment. Things of that nature a little later in the program. But for now, let me ask you a question guys. I was actually talking with somebody. They recognize me which is weird we recognized by your voice, but the recognize me in the supermarket the other day and was asking me a question about the market. And I thought it was kind of interesting. So I thought I'd bring it to you guys here on the program. So obviously rich, you know, we had December was what the thirty year. The worst December thirty years in January was like the best in thirty years. February seems to have been pretty slow like a nice little turtle lake some good steady climbing in the market, but they were actually framing it from the standpoint of that they are really in love with certain stocks in their adviser wants them to not be so hung up on certain blue chip stocks. What's your take on that? When people come in and say, I really don't want to let. Go of this or that. Because I think that's a good brand name or whatever. Well, that's where motions get involved in. Any don't make good decisions? And that's really here at Steve. And we see this all the time where a lot of times it's their own company stock. Sure, it's this loyalty thing it just gets in the way of good judgment. And so we see that all the time that this is the the stock in the stock might be doing really well, right? People showing up at our doorstep were there companies just killed it lasts by ten fifteen years. But when you go into retirement, it's different Moore's operandi now it's time to diversified. And and you've got the lead. Let's protect it. And so that's the whole idea. It's time to diversify reposition per foil for income and take a realistic approach a way to frame this. And I know you've said this before to Stevens you're sitting down with a client and say if you were to make an investment right now six or seven hundred thousand dollars would you put it on company? Stock XYZ no way. Right. It's just not Putin financial planning once you're in retirement or even close to retirement, you can't take that type of risk and a lot of people come in and are still talking about growth growth growth. That's that's the main concern really the main concern in retirement is now income you've been building this portfolio up to produce income for you now in retirement. So whenever we Bill the plan, we try to make it very simple because this is very complex. We do it every day. So it's a little bit different for us. But racially give out what's called the retirement roadmap. When we finalize the plan. We color code the different managers that we use and really going from left to right. You see your conservative managers that are gonna generate short-term income. Make sure you move through those down years the year like we saw last year in two thousand eighteen and as you move further and further right on the plant, you get more and more aggressive, but before we can bring in those aggressive managers and go after growth, we need to make sure the core the portfolios protected in retirement that you can generate income. In those down years to supplement your social security or your pension, if you're lucky enough to have one beyond that, then you can look at going after growth. Absolutely. We call that the foundation, you know, I mean, you when you when you build a house where do you start with the foundation, and that really ties into south when we talk about all the time on the show, and that's the essential expenses. What are they right? It's your sheltering costs, it's food utilities taxes healthcare that stuff, you know, that you absolutely have to pay in. I don't want that to be a come see come saw kind of thing when it comes to making sure that that income is coming in. And so we're going to take a hard look at making sure that we have enough income coming in to cancel all those expenses. And then we'll discretionary expenses. That's a whole nother issue. We I've always said this. You can always put off the vacation. You know, you don't have to fly to Australia. You can go to California or you can stay at home and ride bikes reading novels at the market's down, but you have control over that. But you don't have control over the essential expenses. That's a lifestyle issue. I have to point. Yeah. Yeah. Michigan pit utility. You get real cold here. You get real cold. That's for sure. Well, so so rich, Steve I in general, if someone feels like a strong loyalty to a stock and they're coming in and talking with you know, what's a good. I don't know percentage base to attach to any kind of one investment. Five percent. Ten percent. Don't get too. Crazy. Kind of thing when it comes right down to it. Yeah. That's probably an appropriate number five percent ten is getting getting a little on the high side. Because again, what are we trying to do? We're we're trying to protect the lead. You're winning the game you've won the game. And so why take a risk that you don't really want or half to take. And and that's one of the biggest mistakes we see here at our firms people come in. We do the risk analysis. And in and they've saved a million dollars up. Let's say and they've got a thirty percent exposure on the downside. And so the next question is could you handle a three hundred thousand dollar loss albeit temporary, but it may take you look at New Year's two thousand one and two you're waiting till June two thousand seven just to get back to even. And and so the question becomes do you? Do you want to be playing that game? Yeah. Well, sally. Appreciate you having that conversation with me in the market this week. Hope you don't mind that I shared your story here on the radio we're going to step out and take a commercial break here in just a second. But before we do Richard people want to come in and have that CPR process started give us a quick, I wanna know thirty second overview of what it looks like. Well, basically if you have two hundred and fifty thousand dollars saved for retirement, you can come in sit down with us. And we'll do what we call our complete planning review we refer to that of CPR in. It's it's done at no cost. So it'll help you determine in very specific fashion. You know, how to handle all these different issues? We'll take him in Tori on your. Current portfolio, and we'll see if you're carrying maybe more risk than he should have. We'll see if you're prepared to handle inflation over the next ten fifteen twenty or thirty years is there any kind of plan there to handle long-term care cost or yourself insuring. Or are you aware what the alternatives are? So we'll look at all of these different issues in. We'll do it from a historical perspective. So so you have a good idea of where you stand in. So take advantage of it into take advantage of it. All you have to do is pick up the phone and give us a quick ring. Two four eight three zero five ninety nine eleven and let's get you on the schedule. And will as you said last week bark. Let's get you on that. Putin path retirement has very still your line last week two four eight three zero five ninety nine eleven your number to call or text come on in and talk with St..

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"turtle lake" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The rebound. The ball dance. The cop up top there's turtle lake by Brooks. Quarter. Let's is left Taylor Taylor out between the rings now. Aids at the part and the high post handing to Turner Turner with four with three gonna have to put it up Tertre long jumper straight on Obita travel was called partnership call to the travel we had the mismatch on the perimeter. He's got to be able to create his own shot and test me there. It's five turnovers. Now, the Wildcats. Seven point Michigan league seven eighteen to go first half. Like when you miss a shot. You look at your hands. He traveled that time they're wiping the floor there. So those spot coach. I remember those tricks. Ever worked. Well, never worked coach Ray. He was onto it. He knew what you were doing. He's seen him. All her head see them. All Russell bring it up. Settled thirteen to half Michigan by seven here. There's browse data's cross-court peed. Matthews pal extended. Let not picked up by Parnell this which puts up a left corner jumper. No good at the Reebok rabbi cop along with Turner attorney brings it down toward top left point. Now left wing Taylor. With a Taylor Baixa passage side, skipped past to dance. Wants to go into part was deflected ball loose on the floor and picked up by Michigan tasking. And now the ball deflected. Idear Turner gets it back at the cats have numbers three against two is top spotting up on the left runs the baseline left to right. Try to wrap around feet the pardon taken away by skeet adheres Matthews at the other end driving in on. Twenty nine hundred twenty. Well, we could say one way too many turnovers yet that was a very sloppy two possessions. There Matthews with his first points. It's twenty nine twenty check that he's got four. Here's pot out. All the right nine point Michigan lead. They got out to attend nothing lead in this game. Here's Turner drives past livers to the rim missile layup part there for the follow and speaks at home twenty nine twenty two Derek pardon with ten points. Followed the driver in test drives a block shots dirt. Pardon has a route to the offensive board at the other end. Here's Matthews jump skipped past the livers are the right sideline. At dak- sweater. Babes it inside Taskey back to livers step back feeds it into Taskey right of the lane back to browse day. Weaves his way along the baseline gets inside. As it is right to left all the baseline thirty one twenty two bras Davis now Nowaday points his right hand Lord uses left, but he is a natural right hander the only shoots left-handed jumpers, her brains. Dow caps doubt nine five sixteen the half. Finance up top part swings and left to cop play by livers. Now, here's charter popping out on top gets the ball gives to part fakes the hand off back to Turner couple of dribbles handing the cop. Feeds it inside to Derrick out. It goes Taylor. Step back three from the right? No. And the rebound out of bounds to Michigan. The wolverines. Sips it in four livers. For the Wildcats. And I think that's gonna come in as well. Replace Derek part. Four fifty seven and a half Michigan up nine the first meeting Bishop was up fifteen in the second half of the Wildcats came back to the lead. Here is Simpson adding it off browse. Browse he goes Matthews. Matthews now kicking Simpson for three. That's good. A pair of three pointers tonight. Ten points. Largest lead thirty four twenty two. Out extended right threes. They're doing Nancy log jumper miss that wide. Right. Rebound sips of length of the court past rows Davis. The cash throws up the shot. No good. He got found. Get awareness, thereby sips. Said all down the length of the court. Mr. bells zones coming off the bench. He did grab dance grabbed him. I see if it's intentional. Yeah. That's good. Looking at. So Erin foul zone is only played two games. Making certainly his earliest appearance it again this season. Junior for Newton Massachusetts. Suffered during the preseason. Got a late start. Big EU states. Sports six points. What free field goal of his career? You. What do you think y'all we saw replay on it? You know, it's really extreme. Turpitude nation of it. I thought he got some maybe not maybe he didn't get ball. He did just get all arm. If you make a play on the ball. I think you're all right. But I don't know if he got the ball. John Nance picks up his second foul. Michigan with ten from Simpson. That's. That's what kind of hurts you here because. Mannix Matthews to four points. Pesky get there early score. And he's got quiet. But it's. I guess they're not calling it bit by body language. I'm saying it's not by looking at the floor..

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"turtle lake" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"turtle lake" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Have two major Clayton's the Arkansas which include crocodilians, anything crocodile, like terrorists, dinosaurs, and birds are dinosaurs. And then you have the lupita sors, which are snakes lizards to Atara 's and lizards include things like Muslims horses. Well, with some really cool fossil members of that group and turtles Testudo nays. We're kind of unclear where they fit in this schema if they fit neatly in there at all. Well, yeah. I mean, I think if you consider them at third group it's just unclear if they belong as being more closely related to delusions, his snakes more closely related to the architectures the dinosaurs. And crocodiles, what do you think? I don't. On record. I don't know. I I've been outta that game for so long now when I was a master student. I might have had a an opinion that I could have at least backed up with something. I heard somebody say some time. But now, I don't know. So the the other names for the the Arkansas or the Diop's it's are actually for for lots of that tells the. Diop's it's because they have to holds two arches in their skull, basically reptiles for the most part or Diop's sits and mammals are synapses and turtles are called NS because they had no holes in their school. So like, I said turtles had been every time you find a turtle. It's clearly a turtle. This is the one even the one that the previously most primitive turtle lake bound had the bottom of its shell. Even if it didn't have the top of it already in place. So every turtle you're like, yeah. That's a turtle. So it's really hard to figure out what turtles are related to. Because when you find on it. It just needs the the pizza in the ninja weapons you're saying without a missing link. The fossil record is a lie, and we should discredit evolution. Yeah. I don't think you'd putting words in my mouth when you say that. No. But this is a really cool find, and this is the sort of thing when people ask me about like, how do you know what to look for in the fossil record? It's discoveries like this where I don't know the exact circumstances by which this was found. I did read the title of the paper. But the authors of the paper were shouldn't Lee nNcholas Fraser, who's the researcher in Scotland Olivier repel and Jao Hsien Lou it is behind a paywall, but we will link to the nature paper as well. As BBC article in the show notes describing this. But it's this sort of thing where it's like, I don't know the exact context by which they found this particular animal, but it is discoveries. Like, this that tell you what to go look for next. And I think that is as valuable as the fossil find itself is that it gives you the next part of the story and gives you a search image of like, okay? This is the kind of thing we need to be looking for in related or slightly earlier fossil sites around the world. Do you? Remember, Nate Dominy? Yeah. Of course, he's he's now at Dartmouth. But he wants asked me it's like if you could go back to any time in history. When would it be what would you be going to look for than I thought about it for a little while? I think I'd go back to the triassic because I wanna see. I want to say that. But the turtle looks like before it becomes turtle. Now, we have an idea getting closer. Well, those turtles would have needed to go to the bathroom at some point while they were alive. Patrick both agree. So you sent in an article awhile ago this is from last year. It's a piece from the Atlantic written by Elizabeth Preston. And the title is a very intriguing and compelling title to me at least, and it's who's peeing in the global pool..

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