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Breaking the Chain: The Story of Fleetwood Mac

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:24 min | 4 d ago

Breaking the Chain: The Story of Fleetwood Mac

"Mac are a british american. Rock band formed in london in nineteen sixty seven. The band's original members were guitarist. Peter green drummer mick. Fleetwood guitarist jeremy spencer and bassist. John mcphee would surname was merged with the nickname of john. Mack mcvay to form the name of the band who were initially a blues band managed by clifford davis so danny kerman join as a third guitarist in nineteen sixty eight in keyboardist christine perfect. Who contributed as a session. Musician from the second album married. John mcvie and joined the band in nineteen seventy and then from there on out. She was christine. Mcvie all three guitarists of the man left in succession during the early nineteen seventy s to be replaced by guitarist. Bob welsh and bob weston. Along with vocalist dave walker. So the three guys that left. Peter green had a pretty massive addiction to lsd and he was later diagnosed schizophrenic. Yeah a little bit of a spiral. After that jeremy spencer abruptly quit to join the religious cult called the children of god. I know about the children of god. Yes yes yes like. They had traveled to america. They were unto were then he was like i'm going to. I'm going to stay here. I'm gonna call in this call up and let's see and then during dany kirwin actually got fired and now considered to be a minor incident. I'm he trashed his dressing room and refused to go onstage for a show and they fired him man so the ban. You know the the lineup has been a little bit in turmoil. In nineteen seventy-three either remaining members of fleetwood. Mac told their manager cliff davis that they needed a break from touring and instead of making that happen. Davis decided to hire a fake version of the band under the same name. Play the tour dates that the real band didn't make that's and the whole incident resulted in a lawsuit over who owned the band's name so davis booked. Us dates for the all new fleetwood mac from mid january to late february nineteen seventy four so when the fake fleetwood mac walked into their first show. Venue outside of pittsburgh actually in a place called the syria mosque. The venue promoter refused to put them onstage. 'cause he was like those are not fleetwood mac no but they play anyway And only about a dozen people ask for refunds and so they kept going and then apparently it like the next big venue. They played in new york city. People were like this is in fleetwood mac and they like they kind of they caught.

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The Most Popular Dog Breeds of 2020

Charlie Parker

02:30 min | Last month

The Most Popular Dog Breeds of 2020

"Year, they released their annual study of the most popular dog breeds. That's why it's called an annual study because it's every year. For the 30th year in a row. Do you think is the most popular dog breed in the world? Labrador? Yeah. Laboratory. It would be a Labrador retriever. Not 25 years, 30 years in a row. 10 through one number 10 dioxins. That's the only breed on this year's list. That was not unlatched year's list. They knock the wealth corgi out of the 10 spot. Obviously, people put out this list. Oh, no, Nene Doc sins. Okay? Yeah, well, Welsh corgi almost looks like one except that he's got hair on it. And I'm glad they knocked the Welsh corgi and nobody likes the wealth. Can you deal with the country that their national animal is a dragon? There are no dragons. I hate to let him know but number nine German shorthaired pointers. Big hunting dogs number eight Rottweilers. Like the way a Rottweiler looks, number seven beagles. Similar to Mr Teas come in on dioxins. Evidently, nobody on this list as Bill number six poodles. Number five is bull dogs, and we're going to jump to number two, which is French Bulldogs, which is up from fourth place last year. You know the difference between a bulldog and a French bulldog. The years, right? Do what is it? The ears basically their size, the size, you had land, and I find it interesting that both Bull dogs and French Bulldogs originally we're from England. You You had a bulldog that went a strays somehow. Yeah. Bulldogs at full growth or about £50. French Bulldogs air under 30. Number four golden retriever. Number three German shepherds, which again was number two and had been number two since 2009. That's a long time and has mentioned French Bulldogs moved in the number two and for the 30th year in a row. The most popular breed dog is the Labrador retriever. DPS trooper remains in critical condition

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Migrants in “remain in Mexico” program will soon be allowed to enter the United States, federal agency says

On Being

01:02 min | Last month

Migrants in “remain in Mexico” program will soon be allowed to enter the United States, federal agency says

"As a Biden administration faces questions about the influx of migrants at the US Mexico border asylum seekers previously forced to wait in Mexico while their cases will be considered by immigration courts. Will soon be able to enter the U. S. Who two more points in Texas from Texas Public radio Maria Mendez reports a Biden administration is moving to dismantle a Trump administration policy that had blocked access to asylum seekers. In the coming week. The Biden administration will begin re processing asylum seekers at the available and let it reports in Texas. During the Trump administration. Migrants were forced to remain in Mexico while the immigration court considered their cases that left many living in squalid conditions and vulnerable to danger. Sister Rosemary Welch is with mercy ministries, the cartels Really taking advantage of the people, and that's why I'm so glad that people are beginning to come across because really, they should have been able to come across several years old sister well, she says she expects to see up to 500 asylum seekers in

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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey urges the federal government to deal with 'crisis' at the US-Mexico border

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | Last month

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey urges the federal government to deal with 'crisis' at the US-Mexico border

"S. Mexico border, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey urged the Biden administration to step in and help manage the influx of migrants, he says more than 13,000 migrant Children are in the custody of customs and border protection. Right now, that's the highest number in the history of the agency. I'm going to call this situation. What it is a crisis, a manmade crisis called caused by elites in Washington, D. C, who are totally divorced. From the reality on the ground. That was governor Doug Ducey, who traveled to the border along with other Republican politicians to blame the current surge of migrants on Democratic President Joe Biden. Immigration and border Security has been a hot button issue for decades in Arizona and the rest of the country. But do see made the claim that the former president Donald Trump had largely fixed border issues. That's kpho reporter Denis Welsh. Sharp

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A Gang of Goats Just Took Over a Welsh Seaside Town

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

A Gang of Goats Just Took Over a Welsh Seaside Town

"The pandemic has produced a surprising change in a coastal town in Wales while goats were once mainly found up in the hills in Wales they've moved into the seaside resort town of land dude now the other day I was driving the role in the road and it just it made just around every street corner there are goats I don't know if the dangerous or not but I would like to go over the needs of the goats like to Munch on grass and leaves for this man they're great never got locked by a tree for example and he becomes in any terms it what I trim inside knowledge of the pump pump for staying on site about seven and a local county councilwoman Louise Emery says they usually have a plan to control the gull population loss of volunteers get together to do it and took it to look at the female guides but oversee last summer there was no way we could do that so they have been breeding like goats the goats are expected to leave town once mating season starts I'm a Donahue

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Mayor Walsh awards more than $38 million to nonprofit organizations providing services to homeless individuals in Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Mayor Walsh awards more than $38 million to nonprofit organizations providing services to homeless individuals in Boston

"For those in need. In Boston Mayor Body Welsh announcing today, the city's received more than $38 million on the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the money to be distributed among 17 nonprofit organizations that provide critical services and support for the city's homeless residents. This is the largest continuum of care award. That the city has received

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Houston Christian leader speaks out against Christians being "bullied" in Hollywood

Houston's Morning News

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Houston Christian leader speaks out against Christians being "bullied" in Hollywood

"Cultures. Next target is going to be Christian films. This is after actress Gena Khurana was fired by Disney for expressing conservative views on Social media. Christian leaders say the push to silence traditional viewpoints. Is anti American. Those who believe in and willing to use power of government to punish and silence those who disagree with them is not an American or Christian ideal. Dave Welsh with the Houston area Pastors Council says his ironic the same Hollywood liberals who quote advocate against bullying They're the ones who are bullying. Anyone who doesn't think like they do conservatives. State of Texas, expecting

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Democrat Emanuel "Chris" Welch of Hillside, near Chicago, weighs in on Edward Guerra Kodatt's resignation

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Democrat Emanuel "Chris" Welch of Hillside, near Chicago, weighs in on Edward Guerra Kodatt's resignation

"To Illinois House Speaker Chris Welch says he doesn't know too many of the details behind this sudden resignation of newly appointed 22nd district, Illinois House representative Edward Guerra coded Welch told the Economic Club of Chicago that he found out just like everyone else did last night. I received a call from my chief of staff. Telling me that she had heard word that he intended to resign. And she didn't know anything more than that. Just wanted me to be aware. And this morning, you know, we were she word from the clerk of the house that he had indeed resigned. And honestly, that's all I know. But it was apparently asked to resign by former House Speaker Mike Madigan due to questionable

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Boston to Begin Street Sweeping, Sticker and Registration Enforcement

WBZ Midday News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Boston to Begin Street Sweeping, Sticker and Registration Enforcement

"Bit of a return to normal in Boston is the city announces street sweeping ticketing enforcement for expired inspection stickers and vehicle registration will be resuming shortly starting next Monday, March 1st street sweeping will resume in the North and South and Beacon Hill. And citywide on April, 1st Street sweeping ticket enforcement will also resume. At the same time, the Boston Transportation Department will also resumed ticketing enforcement for expired inspection stickers and vehicle registration this coming Monday as well. Mayor Welch had paused enforcement of certain violations at the start of the pandemic. An effort to ensure the residents could minimize their need to go out in order to slow the spread of covert 19. Wall Street

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"welch" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

08:16 min | 2 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Scene. One apple take to hi. This is joanie tomato and today we have in both welsh who is production designer of the unfortunate. Got it wrong here. It's important series of titles. Hi this is tony tomato. Today i have bo welch. Who is the production designer on a series of unfortunate events airing on netflix. Of course some of my favorite movies. Batman returns edward scissorhands just to name a few welcome. It's great to talk to you like you're doing fantastic work on this show as well. I thank you very much. I'm honored and boy Lovely introduction thanks. No thank you. I gotta ask you about about the show and i get the feeling you kind of have a little bit of a gothic soap like for example for the austere academy having the dorms in the shape of tombstones and things like that that came from somewhere didn't it. Yeah but that actually was in the source material. Where the the the bill. The buildings were described as tombstones although it becomes a blur between the source material the script and my collaboration with vary sonnenfeld. With whom done a lot of work. I honestly i think it was in the source material or might have been in one of the little illustrations in the book hinting at that shape so i made it much more pronounced and deliberate. But yes. Yeah they are. Yeah that's great and you kinda went to hate to say that word because it kind of fits but kind of old school with the with the church with school itself not with tombstones but obviously in design to make it kind of like a an older established academy. Yeah i think the concept was at one time it probably was one of the finest private boarding schools you know in in the world. Let's say or in the country and that it has that it had fallen on hard times and fallen into disrepair and I think by by starting with something that feels solid and in order to show run down. It's it's great. Start start with something that has dignity he the hell out of it and i'll tell you do deconstruction. So well like in. Batman returns with arctic world and in series of unfortunate events with the carnival. So i must be a lot of fun to to destroy things a little bit. You nailed it It really fun. It's really fun and and if nothing else I love to have fun at work. I love building things. And then i love destroying things so it's part of the process but oh no i welcome it in the the great news is i. You know i had collaborators. Painters and sculptors and classes who who were able to achieve the desired. Look very often. You start this and they go really. You want to rough it up that much and go yes than this time. The the crew the fabulous scenic artists Nailed it like right off the bat. They were not the least bit timid about About deconstructing these lovely sets. And we've all seen those kind of broken down carnivals. Haven't we some some time in our lives. I feel like we all have. yeah And there's something inherently broken down about a carnival. Anyway that's true. I think you'd you'd you'd be hard pressed to find a fresh bright exciting new unless it's on a commercial somewhere for some obscure pharmaceutical which is usually turn up. That was like catnip for production designer. Do a rundown carnival is just. That's just nirvana in the design and the hospital man talk about and this is something about rundown to me. There's nothing funny. You're than the concept of a hostile. That just looks like it's crawling with disease and it looks like the last place in the world you would ever want to go to get well or to get health care of any kind. I wouldn't go in the door there for an aspirin so that that was the fun of that is a a neo-fascist brutal listed hospital. That's really run down. What's interesting is i think. This is where production designers. Don't get the credit. A lot of the times is how important they are to buy the sets and the look of the production really set the tone of it too and each set kind of sets a different tone whether it were in this project and certainly and the men in black films it just. It's so important. The work you do because for the actors a step into it and it's almost hard not to be in character when you are playing on these sets. Yes you're right and thank you very much for making that observation. But that's kind of how i've made a living is making those kinds of set. And i do it. 'cause i love it. I absolutely love doing it. But you're right. It's helped for everyone. And it does absolutely is one of the most important aspects of establishing the tone you are aiming for and when you work with barry. Does he kinda give you any direction or he kinda. You kinda know each other's vibe right now and just kind lets you do what you wanna do. We have conversations we share some images. We laugh we pay and then Just tear into it. You know at this point. I've done a lot of work with him. So there's a there's the shorthand thing but there's also you know the material that we work on speak to may speaks to him we wouldn't do it otherwise and then out of that you know it just becomes clear at the more we get into it but yeah they always an exploration in the beginning. What could this be what is it. What is the easy answer then our. Let's think outside the box here. What could it be y. You know you challenge every aspect of it and that's part of the process of delineating a visual concept for the material shade tuned for more of the scifi. Talk indie film. Podcast back with more on john filmmaking on the fi talk indie podcast. Shalon apple take to. How do you work. Since the technology has certainly changed all our lives Do you still like to do the old fashioned sketching or do you use a program now or maybe a little bit of both. I'm old school. I sketch i do rough crying. I collect you know. Reference material data collect off the internet in the old days. We used books. Dr and i don't.

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Snow, wintry mess eyes Washington DC region Thursday

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:22 min | 2 months ago

Snow, wintry mess eyes Washington DC region Thursday

"Amelia Draper. It's Storm Team four as we've got some heavy weather, potentially moving through the region. What do you see for us? Welsh on Thursday Thursday night going to be a mess across the region as we have a wintry mix mainly of snow and ice, moving in very early Thursday and continuing throughout the day, coming to an end early Friday morning, looking at snow accumulation and then some ice on top of that, so if you can avoid travel Thursday, Thursday night, that's gonna be your best bet the National Weather Service already placing everyone Under a winter storm watch for this system. Now, tonight, Sky's become clear with lows in the upper teens to mid twenties, mostly to partly sunny tomorrow colder with temperatures in the thirties and again, We'll have that wintry mix throughout the entire day. Thursday on into Thursday night with highs Thursday, right around freezing on Friday. We warm too near 40, as has become partly sunny. Road conditions will be slick with snow and ice and spots Thursday and Thursday night. The weekend right now looking son felt but cold for mid February low to mid thirties for high temperatures on Saturday on Sunday, we'll have temperatures warming to near 40 degrees currently across the region right now outside of our studios in Upper northwest Washington. Coming in at 44 35 in Hagerstown and over at the beach Ocean City at

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Liverpool Irish Centre: Heritage and Hopes for "Dublin's Twin City"

The Plastic Podcasts

05:51 min | 3 months ago

Liverpool Irish Centre: Heritage and Hopes for "Dublin's Twin City"

"Muslim was probably she wasn't she wasn't there right from the start. But she started going in the late sixties so it was always sort of out of our lives and mainly bothering me system. He says was a dunster and then we would go to functions and masses and see bonds. And that's the thing an and the tire center involved because my daughter start at dunston She's just left the house. She's now nearly says he and she's got her own kid who i'm sure he's already listening to music. He's eight weeks also show going soon So it's a generational thing really you either get. It was such a good good thing to get into. And i think really being sort of own obsessed with ireland since it was a teenager eighty music history literature going to the place of gotten out through the eyes center. Many great people see many great musical under the types of entertainment. And it's been a real privilege to be involved in a place. Sometimes i was your first memory of it actually. My first memory is a downside. I went to one dancing lesson. There was a lady called maureen bolger on the school system. I think it was already dancing. Will expose along and she made me go into the line to learn a step and got sold off appointing. I left instead of my right foot. And i ran back to me. Mom probably in tears and never went moscow. Vivid memory And i i still can't dance. Say me life. And i can't even want to three. Let's play a bit up. Join many sessions and that sort of thing but contents vivid memory. You're not just at the center of of my early days of about six or seven so that would have been in the old centre circa nineteen seventy. It was great. It was a great place but this is a great place. You've got now is a great place. In a very different way in different location. I was still doing all the things that went on. The center really wanted to exceptions during some different things. so you know lifers evolved. It's changed not ended. The call replaces is walking in and seeing tommy welsh and speaking an having shots on a saturday more. Tell me both from whom. I learned a loss and who was really the man who founded the first artist center. What are your first memories and i. I didn't go to the old irish center. And i've always found to islands but i never went to the old irish center because my parents didn't i stumbled across it one day and a half the children with me and they all got involved face away. They looked at so amdo amuse can johnson. The boys play football in a and just reopen there than really matt loads of the families. And how did you get involved with the committee. And i think it's just from cleaning up the place tidy around and do stuff and volunteered for things and obviously the storm for the committee. Not that. I have to ask a upn with the ball. What for five years. Now yes outsource lesson. Three four years. Ago where i can have you shifts to become the baugh on the angeles. Sony was was the manager at the time. And then i was says the system for -able twelve to eighteen months and then he laughs about a year ago and then being jonah trying to keep things as long as possible and had you been a regular at the center before that sensor will me momentos mass in the old or santa on the only grandparents in great sunk. is used to go to amend we. Let me grounds outs deitz He was you can decide a sensor on his friends. Used to call me. Evans still to this day is friends. On friends of megrahi's goals That's why that's why. I really saw something that has gone on through the generations. Patrick was saying something that throw families who've been going since nineteen sixty four sixty five. There are people who are sort of like synonymous with the place as good friends of ours like coachella england. Who was on their first committee back in one thousand sixty five. He's still going. So there's plenty of people who are trivia originals and you see the families going back generations with the singing of the johnson the music people like Lachlan's the quinlan's best to go and they probably original members still think that it's a place where you can walk in fact home just on a one off basis and people tend to come by so there's people i see in the bar who don't know and then suddenly they find that they're going we can and cannot do at the irish community it just like being in the place you know as a very welcoming you know relaxed laid back place and there's always something going on even if it's not formal echo and on this usually people making their own entertainment so there are families that are like you know is like almost a dynasty. But there's also a lot of people who are we just finding the place and that's what we gotta do to make it. Sustainable gotta keep bringing in new people. You know

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Armie Hammer Cannibalism Scandal

Real Time with Bill Maher

03:17 min | 3 months ago

Armie Hammer Cannibalism Scandal

"Pointing. Oh fun at hampshire there is may seem frivolous to bring him up but i keep about armie hammer and i think we could talk about this in relation to where feminism is because i apparently armie hammer has a Predilection to Tell his dates. He wants to eat them and who wouldn't want eaten by army hamrick. Exactly my point. Thank you one honest woman. If armie hammer says i want to issue you're gonna say yes. But apparently there's something called ethical human cannibal finishes. No actual women were eaten in the making of this movie. We're just talking is how they have his tax rate saying things like. I want to take your rib out and voil it and eat with barbecue sauce. I don't know. I feel like this is just a subway. Stop past you know. I wanna spank you. But we're in such a porn centric society. People have been watching really hardcore porn. For so long that spank you doesn't really cut it anymore. Now i gotta take your rib out and part of you so anyway. The point is that the women who were objecting this now who went out with army willingly and stayed in willingly and apparently there was wasn't there wasn't physical bad stuff happening. Okay that would we would have a discussion that we'd all agree that's but if there's no physical coercion why isn't this just filed under. That seemed like a good idea at the time to let armie hammer eat me. But it really wasn't what it seems like. We don't have any ownership anymore of our own choices but there was some physical stuff right. Some some of the women have alleged that there was sort of slapping around one woman said. He carved his initials into her body. Tired down and do that. I don't know that's a good question. I don't think so. I'm just kind. You know like like how. How consensual are we sure that this was really consensual. If these women are now coming out and saying it wasn't wasn't that's the thing that they're saying it was creepy Which i don't want to invite the over for a barbecue just doesn't sound right this. I clicked on the about the cutting. Stop because i think it cutting which is a whole culture. It really creeps me out. It's wrong and i was expecting to be horrified. Tiny little bit letter. A. down here in which we're not right but it looks kind of like a tattoo gone slightly wrong and the person wasn't trying to get free when that thing was done. So what do you do with that as an outsider as a society. What do you do with those people. In that moment decides great idea to get like a penknife and carbon a into an abdomen and then afterwards feel bad about it. And i think society was at least something place with laws laws for that like press charges when something is not voluntary press charges when when ryan committed violence against you. But that doesn't seem like what the this

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SEO Strategy for LinkedIn with Anatolii Ulitovskyi

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

05:03 min | 3 months ago

SEO Strategy for LinkedIn with Anatolii Ulitovskyi

"You are a very popular lincoln. Follow follow of yours. I love your content. Find it very engaging in very useful when we talk about your strategy. What's interesting to me as you are an seo practitioner but most of your audience is not finding you through google in russia. Gandak the finding you through a social media platform so talk to me about why you decided that focusing on linked in was a good strategy to promote seo services instead of relying on seo. Oh by the way. It's a good question. You know eddie member How might need is slow. Says a splint. Promoted my russian content and the catholic will build a blog the oath of the resources to promote or rationally geno and we decided to do jumpy english direction. And it's a little bit sources and many if you promote on google eat. It takes a lot of diamond resources. And i decided to suicide or other directions. Only june one ear them because today on link with combat medium people use your and only if you meet all of them concern and they formed the app grief. Come down the this award and failed and you say decided to throw him many guys forcible. You know it's to offer. Just go to google search on linked june guides ira hundred. It goals bolton. Jim anna. Don't don't for me because it's better to test a lot. Different approaches to in sometime got some bullying and i use the strategy today and welsh to continue dissuade. The thing that sticks out to me about what you're saying is that when you were expanding to a new market you the realization that it was gonna take a lot of resources and a lot of time to not only publish content but to get it to rank and i think that's one of the important things that great. Seo's realized that seo is not necessarily a strategy that you can build overnight. There is value to other marketing channels social media. Marketing performance marketing. That has a quicker return and you in a hurry to start building your audience so you focused on linked in. Let's talk a little bit about what you've learned on the linked in platform most of the time when we talk about seo we are talking about optimizing our content so google ranks it but in reality great seo actually happens across multiple channels. You've optimized your content for resonance on the linked in algorithm. What have you published. What did you learn. What helps you grow. Your linked in following so quickly i think consistency and this article. That sad formation did you need to post bond die. Maybe it doesn't regularly deal. You need to boost maximum opposable and for example east lifetime. a composer. Don't times a day. If i give them all. This time i suppose three five dimes out. Yup i don't know what works. Because when i just the different approaches i saw that if something does for others it doesn't look for me and i decided stool meeks formats do lately for the length of my content record digital content. You'll slim jim groups and many other places heading can sound michael down and i formed debt. It's wet to look because you don't some genetic map votes yukon. Give dhec some of these. You just awoke. You can find sunken that those you and independence on your concerts uncle. When they started from scratch. I have more followers after diaz. I used all the data information and techniques and if i go this way i never get full win but when i decided to use different approaches and engaged other example if i owned some influence of sports like guy were deniro been son i can get conduct legs and a little almond send. People come to my account and full me yuppie just this a lot now if you will not be revealed today. It's bet that a dual on the license but if you have more volume it's better to engage content and my tip. Number one is tacoma. To vote is but will follow a look influences in your nearest and submit almost individuals our after bush content. And don't write like thank you. It's a great and they said it doesn't work is but the to find assumption share. Bail your aunt extent some information and insights discontent and it helps.

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Longtime Illinois House Speaker Madigan Suspends Campaign for Speaker After Failing to Reach 60-Vote Threshold in First Vote

John Williams

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Longtime Illinois House Speaker Madigan Suspends Campaign for Speaker After Failing to Reach 60-Vote Threshold in First Vote

"Mike Madigan has suspended his reelection campaign for speaker. WGN State Capitol reporter Mark Maxwell says that doesn't mean Madigan is done. Make no mistake. Speaker Madigan still wants to win this thing. This is his strategy ball out for now and see if the House Democrats splinter into different factions backing different parts. Across the state. If that happens, and Democrats remain further divided well, he's positioned himself to try and jump back in and unify the caucus. But then we're just right back to square one with at least 19 Democrats who publicly opposed his race. The Illinois Legislative Black Caucus, which back mad again is reportedly thrown his support behind Madigan allies, state representative Chris Welch. Who led the committee investigating Madigan's role in the comments scandal that investigation was dropped. A woman is under

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Traveling To Snowdonia

Travel with Rick Steves

04:13 min | 4 months ago

Traveling To Snowdonia

"Let's start with a peak at the natural appeal of the largest national park. In wales snowdonia the highest peak and wales in fact the highest peak in england and wales is called snowden sits in the heart of the snowdonia region and in one of britain's first national parks these welsh islands offer outdoor adventures gorgeous backdrop and draw countless tourists each year. Well skied martin. The land of its is here to help us make the most of our time in snowdonia martin. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me there. So i've been to your home. Snowden is right in the backyard you grew up there in northern wales snowden in snowdonia national park mean to you. It's a place. I tend to walk quite a lot. It's just a huge and beautiful area. When i say huge. It's massive eight hundred and twenty seven square miles but you don't see that many people in it feels massive because it's it's windy it stark. It's pristine yeah. Small road not allowed to crowds. How tall is mount snowden. It's the massive height of three thousand six hundred fifty feet above sea level at its peak but because it rises more or less out of the sea. Yeah it has the aspect of bigness about it. It's so interesting because here on the west coast of the united states. Three thousand five hundred feet. It's like this is sort of a medium mountain pass for britain. That's a big peak. That's you know. Ben davis is the highest one in britain and there are few mountains over four thousand of the snowdonia national park. You have all of wales peaks over three thousand feet high and on. I think there's only one pecan english over three thousand okay. And this is the north of wales in. I've traveled on wheels. A fair bid. I just if you got limited time. I would recommend north. The peaks only Less than four thousand feet but didn't The british Climbers have mount everest. Actually practice in the snowden area. They practiced in that. Nobody had ever used oxygen on a mountain before. And so they had a stroll round be had Two systems an open and closed. And they thought oh. The closed system is much better. But what they didn't realize goes onto everest the vows and clo- system froze so the luckily they had a couple of open systems with them but they had some rugged enough areas in north wales where thought they could have some practice there. And you do get to some mountain. they're not resorts alert. Sort of hiking centers or something there. There's some beautiful towns. There's town called. Beth goulart galaxy. Guess who described beth killer it's a mountainous area and therefore towns villages. They nestle in the valleys. They don't sit on tops of hills and bathe galax which means ballots grave is useful in a little bowl with rivers running through it stone building. Oh everything is built on. Everything is built stone bridges over the babbling drone bridges and of course slate roofs because wales used to be the slate production center of the world at one time that right so when we think about going to north wales as a visitor and we want to do some hikes. What advice would you give for enjoying the nature of snowden national park and bringing up some calories at the same time you can hike all levels. Mt snowden itself with acid in welsh is an attraction. And there's a railway that runs up if you don't wanna walk for three hours just take the train and this is kind of a cute little tourist steam train. Yeah it goes from some berries up to the top and that's a family out it is. It gets crowded. Some of what i was going to say is that snowden is like a magnet people have heard people know that so that eight hundred and twenty seven square. Miles will get away from snowden. You'll see fewer and fewer and people which is a lovely thing. It is very empty area. It is and if you wanted to have some rugged memory you could hike it without the steam train. Take what five hours or so three hundred. Well five hours up and down if you if you know. It's a nice day. It's a lovely day. Beware say this flat up. Beware of times of year like easter when it's considerably cooler the top dress. Well okay

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Washington DC Under Curfew Amid Capitol Hill Chaos

WTOP 24 Hour News

07:58 min | 4 months ago

Washington DC Under Curfew Amid Capitol Hill Chaos

"Capitol Hill with 20 minutes to go before the curfew sets in, and the protesters are forced to leave the Capitol grounds. Let's go live to W. T. O P s Can Duffy who joins us on Skype? Hey, guys Moments ago. They are taking this curfew very seriously. The authorities they're clearing people back away from the Capitol building, and they have had success doing that. Now The largest crowd we saw is on the western side of the Capitol building. Moments ago, they were still hundreds of people still packed at the entrance there along the steps we saw thousands before, but the crowd dissipated greatly that said they had to get them out of there. So they started to deploy Flash bangs empty any officers joining federal authorities as well chanting, movable back getting everybody back. All the way down the lawn. So now we're about I would say 100 yards away now from the Capitol building. The same thing happened on the northern side as well and the eastern side on the front steps of the Capitol building as police. Also, you stun grenades to drive back the crowds. There were still seen some violence. In fact, we witnessed some trump demonstrators. Spotting a media section and just completely trashing cameras and equipment attacking the media as they're reporting there, But we have seen all day long. Just Lot of chaos and a lot of what happened inside the Capitol Little Day itself, and it's just been an insane day. Never seen anything like this happening before. But as you said, the curfew is now approaching 6 P.m.. In D, C and We'll have to see what happens if this crowd dissipates and goes away. If they police are going to try to get them out of the streets completely or start making arrests can have to wait and see what happened. Can if I can ask you from your standpoint are the people aware that there's a six o'clock curfew tonight? Oh, yes, People are talking about a lot of chatter about 60 em Kirky in such but some people don't want to go home. They want to stay here they say hold your ground. We're not going anywhere. Who knows what that means. But they do not want to leave the streets and the real diehards are still here outside the Capitol building. They have been driven back, but they remain here tonight in D. C. And we know if police are intent on arresting everybody who doesn't abide by this curfew, Hillary, we don't know. I mean, take for example, over this summer with the George Floyd protest. We had those curfews did not know if any arrest or meant going to be made. And then they did. They arrested hundreds and one night. In fact, we were out there on smaller street. So this could happen tonight as well. It depends on what these people want to do. Do they want to stay here or go home? The majority of people have left gun out into other areas of the district. But there's still a sizeable crowd here. I would say in the hundreds now. What remains to be seen what police will do to get them to go home and she will buy by the curfew. All right, w T. O p s Ken Duffy on the scene outside the capital as we're just 17 minutes away from the city wide curfew in the district. Now, let's go live to double D. T. OBY. Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, who was inside the Capitol as all of this started, but then had to be evacuated from the capital. Mitch, What's the latest? You have Well right now, Shawn. There's an uneasy tension here at the capital and in the Capitol complex as they try to figure out exactly what was just explained. I can. I mean, what are the demonstrators going to do? So We're really kind of in a holding pattern here. I have been personally evacuating with other reporters and people to the Rayburn building in a secure area. On dime. Sure, staff members are also spread out across the Capitol complex in various areas just to take people through. Who maybe just joining to find out exactly how this all went through. I won't go through the entire day, but Suffice to say it was early in the afternoon. The counting of the electoral college votes had just gotten underway. And suddenly it just happened so quickly that these protesters were up on top of the steps at the U. S Capitol and I can't tell you How rare are I've actually never even seen that happen before on. I've seen many, many protests here before And when they went to the Capitol steps. We knew that something was inherently very, very different about this demonstration. And then it was just a short time later that these people were literally walking all through the capital itself. And and then, shortly thereafter, we found out about a woman getting shot inside. There was a chaotic scene surrounding that in a hallway. Apparently, these people had gotten through a window. They basically just broke the window. It came through and then various things happened, including people going through the Senate chamber and trying to get into the House chamber where they were blockaded from getting in. But people had guns drawn there. People were hearing doors closing that wonder wondering whether or not that was a gunshot, or whether something else everybody wondering what was happening behind the doors that were outside of us in the area that I was in. We were actually basically locked into a small area, basically hoping that nothing would happen where we were, but where we were was right by the House chamber, so Clearly there were a lot of demonstrators making their way through the capital. I think, basically to put a quick rapid on this, though I think we're gonna have to find out what is going to Either case of security moving forward for the U. S Capitol. Because this was clearly untenable. There's no way anybody to be able to have dozens on perhaps even more trespassers go right through the U. S capitol on a day like today, especially when they knew there were going to be protest. So Certainly a lot of troubling questions ahead. That will need to be answered, and he can bet lawmakers will be trying to get answers to those Welsh on Hillary. One other I answered question, Mitch is what happens now, with the tallying of these electoral votes. I mean, we don't even know when the capital's going to reopen for lawmakers. Right? Exactly. I mean, they were Wistfully moved out as you can imagine, and move to secure areas and then those chambers were empty very, very quickly, and it's good that they were because who knows what happened to have these people confronted them personally, which they had been known to do on the ground? I think right now, if I had to guess I just don't think that the lawmakers will be coming back into Chamber this evening. Now, I'm sure some people some would like to make a statement and say You're not going to allow this to happen, but there are so many logistical issues that JJ Green has pointed out. And others have mentioned that you have a security sweep that has to be done. You have no idea whether people left things behind. There's been all kinds of issues related to, of course, the usual suspicious packages they had to evacuate the cannon building earlier today. No, I just don't think it would be a safe thing to do to bring lawmakers back tonight. And then, of course, you still have the question of what? What are the demonstrators going to do if they know that the lawmakers are back in session? Is that only going to encourage them to stay longer? So I think it'll be really interesting to see what the House and Senate leadership decides to do. Moving forward because I don't think they want to be feeling like they can be intimidated by these demonstrators. But at the same time, let's face it. These are older, many of them lawmakers, and we have a pandemic, which we haven't really even mentioned today. Uh All of these people that were demonstrating today except for a very few did not have masks on. So that was a whole another health issue. But it's just yet another thing that compounds all the health safety issues that we're dealing with here at the U. S. Capitol complex tonight, right Double D T OBY, Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller on the scene will will have have our our continuing continuing

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Washington DC Under Curfew Amid Capitol Hill Chaos

WTOP 24 Hour News

07:58 min | 4 months ago

Washington DC Under Curfew Amid Capitol Hill Chaos

"Capitol Hill with 20 minutes to go before the curfew sets in, and the protesters are forced to leave the Capitol grounds. Let's go live to W. T. O P s Can Duffy who joins us on Skype? Hey, guys Moments ago. They are taking this curfew very seriously. The authorities they're clearing people back away from the Capitol building, and they have had success doing that. Now The largest crowd we saw is on the western side of the Capitol building. Moments ago, they were still hundreds of people still packed at the entrance there along the steps we saw thousands before, but the crowd dissipated greatly that said they had to get them out of there. So they started to deploy Flash bangs empty any officers joining federal authorities as well chanting, movable back getting everybody back. All the way down the lawn. So now we're about I would say 100 yards away now from the Capitol building. The same thing happened on the northern side as well and the eastern side on the front steps of the Capitol building as police. Also, you stun grenades to drive back the crowds. There were still seen some violence. In fact, we witnessed some trump demonstrators. Spotting a media section and just completely trashing cameras and equipment attacking the media as they're reporting there, But we have seen all day long. Just Lot of chaos and a lot of what happened inside the Capitol Little Day itself, and it's just been an insane day. Never seen anything like this happening before. But as you said, the curfew is now approaching 6 P.m.. In D, C and We'll have to see what happens if this crowd dissipates and goes away. If they police are going to try to get them out of the streets completely or start making arrests can have to wait and see what happened. Can if I can ask you from your standpoint are the people aware that there's a six o'clock curfew tonight? Oh, yes, People are talking about a lot of chatter about 60 em Kirky in such but some people don't want to go home. They want to stay here they say hold your ground. We're not going anywhere. Who knows what that means. But they do not want to leave the streets and the real diehards are still here outside the Capitol building. They have been driven back, but they remain here tonight in D. C. And we know if police are intent on arresting everybody who doesn't abide by this curfew, Hillary, we don't know. I mean, take for example, over this summer with the George Floyd protest. We had those curfews did not know if any arrest or meant going to be made. And then they did. They arrested hundreds and one night. In fact, we were out there on smaller street. So this could happen tonight as well. It depends on what these people want to do. Do they want to stay here or go home? The majority of people have left gun out into other areas of the district. But there's still a sizeable crowd here. I would say in the hundreds now. What remains to be seen what police will do to get them to go home and she will buy by the curfew. All right, w T. O p s Ken Duffy on the scene outside the capital as we're just 17 minutes away from the city wide curfew in the district. Now, let's go live to double D. T. OBY. Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, who was inside the Capitol as all of this started, but then had to be evacuated from the capital. Mitch, What's the latest? You have Well right now, Shawn. There's an uneasy tension here at the capital and in the Capitol complex as they try to figure out exactly what was just explained. I can. I mean, what are the demonstrators going to do? So We're really kind of in a holding pattern here. I have been personally evacuating with other reporters and people to the Rayburn building in a secure area. On dime. Sure, staff members are also spread out across the Capitol complex in various areas just to take people through. Who maybe just joining to find out exactly how this all went through. I won't go through the entire day, but Suffice to say it was early in the afternoon. The counting of the electoral college votes had just gotten underway. And suddenly it just happened so quickly that these protesters were up on top of the steps at the U. S Capitol and I can't tell you How rare are I've actually never even seen that happen before on. I've seen many, many protests here before And when they went to the Capitol steps. We knew that something was inherently very, very different about this demonstration. And then it was just a short time later that these people were literally walking all through the capital itself. And and then, shortly thereafter, we found out about a woman getting shot inside. There was a chaotic scene surrounding that in a hallway. Apparently, these people had gotten through a window. They basically just broke the window. It came through and then various things happened, including people going through the Senate chamber and trying to get into the House chamber where they were blockaded from getting in. But people had guns drawn there. People were hearing doors closing that wonder wondering whether or not that was a gunshot, or whether something else everybody wondering what was happening behind the doors that were outside of us in the area that I was in. We were actually basically locked into a small area, basically hoping that nothing would happen where we were, but where we were was right by the House chamber, so Clearly there were a lot of demonstrators making their way through the capital. I think, basically to put a quick rapid on this, though I think we're gonna have to find out what is going to Either case of security moving forward for the U. S Capitol. Because this was clearly untenable. There's no way anybody to be able to have dozens on perhaps even more trespassers go right through the U. S capitol on a day like today, especially when they knew there were going to be protest. So Certainly a lot of troubling questions ahead. That will need to be answered, and he can bet lawmakers will be trying to get answers to those Welsh on Hillary. One other I answered question, Mitch is what happens now, with the tallying of these electoral votes. I mean, we don't even know when the capital's going to reopen for lawmakers. Right? Exactly. I mean, they were Wistfully moved out as you can imagine, and move to secure areas and then those chambers were empty very, very quickly, and it's good that they were because who knows what happened to have these people confronted them personally, which they had been known to do on the ground? I think right now, if I had to guess I just don't think that the lawmakers will be coming back into Chamber this evening. Now, I'm sure some people some would like to make a statement and say You're not going to allow this to happen, but there are so many logistical issues that JJ Green has pointed out. And others have mentioned that you have a security sweep that has to be done. You have no idea whether people left things behind. There's been all kinds of issues related to, of course, the usual suspicious packages they had to evacuate the cannon building earlier today. No, I just don't think it would be a safe thing to do to bring lawmakers back tonight. And then, of course, you still have the question of what? What are the demonstrators going to do if they know that the lawmakers are back in session? Is that only going to encourage them to stay longer? So I think it'll be really interesting to see what the House and Senate leadership decides to do. Moving forward because I don't think they want to be feeling like they can be intimidated by these demonstrators. But at the same time, let's face it. These are older, many of them lawmakers, and we have a pandemic, which we haven't really even mentioned today. Uh All of these people that were demonstrating today except for a very few did not have masks on. So that was a whole another health issue. But it's just yet another thing that compounds all the health safety issues that we're dealing with here at the U. S. Capitol complex tonight, right Double D T OBY, Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller on the scene will will have have our our continuing continuing

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The AirPods Max Review

Techmeme Ride Home

03:24 min | 5 months ago

The AirPods Max Review

"Review time again but this time headphones specifically the airpods max. I'll stick to one review today to stand for all the others so as usual. I'm gonna pick the verge with chris. Welsh chris says the airpods max have a luxury design. They have terrific sound quality. They're very effective at noise cancellation. But they are heavy. The lack of a three point five millimeter headphone. Jack means these are not headphones. You can use anywhere for anything and his words here. The included case is an abomination. I about that case. And then about the headphone jack and then his conclusions about the headphones themselves quote far and away. The worst thing about the airpods. Max is their case. If you can call it that which i consider generous look putting aside all the memes about looking like a handbag or bra. It's a failure on every level at functionality. And i don't know what apple was thinking. It makes the airpods max easy to recognize at a distance. Maybe that was the main goal but in terms of doing case things. It's a joke that offers virtually no protection for your five hundred and fifty dollar headphones. I wouldn't feel good about throwing this into a packed bag. The earcups could get scratched since there are so many slits in the case and something could poke through that exposed mesh canopy and the case also picks up dirt and smudges in no time. This is bad enough. Misfire that it drags down the entire product. Everyone else gets this right and it's baffling. That apple could get it so wrong. I'd expect to see many third-party cases for the airpods. Max very soon and i predict apple will sell some of those directly because this thing is just untenable another downside. No three point five millimeter. Jack the airpods. Max only have a lightning connector. So if you want higher-quality wired audio or to plug them in on a plane you've got to get a thirty five dollar cable. No putting an oxford between two iphone. Headphone dangles won't work. Ouch i can live without the three point. Five millimeter jack but to not include the cable in the box at this price rude also. It's worth mentioning that there's no passive mode for the airpods max. When they're out of juice they stop working altogether. Even if you're wired you can't use the very good clear sounding voice. Mike's on the headphones plugged in either. But the cable is good for eliminating all latency. If you want to use the airpods max. For recording or monitoring purposes and quote then to his wrap-up quote these headphones might end up a hit lately. The earbuds they share a name with but they could also just coast by the same vein as something like the homepods. Another apple product that was priced higher than the competition when released and hurt by it. If you're the kind of person that knows you'll love the airpods max. You shouldn't hesitate to go for it. They sound killer for music and movies alike and they feel like they should cost even more money. They're about as luxurious as noise. Cancelling headphones get but not as expensive as they come. But there's still no world. I would recommend the airpods max to your average headphone shopper. Especially when the airpods pro offer a lot of the same features for less many consumers will be perfectly happy. Sticking with the tried and true options from sony bows microsoft and elsewhere at the very least. It's probably worth waiting for apple music. Hd or spatial audio on the apple tv. Or for god's sake a better case and quote

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"welch" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

03:50 min | 8 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"On today's episode of to Brad. Talking politics. I'm speaking with Jonathan Welsh and Alex Mohajir from the stonewall democratic. Club discussing the new national vote at home initiative and special shout today to our guest editor Marie Kent thanks Marie. Pink. Listen. I everyone at this is Kelly with two brads talking politics and I am on today with Jonathan Welsh from the stone altima credit. Club Jonathan is the now I'm GonNa Forget. What you just told me you're. Tractor produced media something like that. Club and the CO executive producer up nestled note at home initiative. Welcome Jonathon thanks, Kelli. It's so great to see you. Thanks for having me. Yeah. Thanks for joining me A. So let's start with just a what is the stonewall Democratic Club in tell me a little bit about its mission. Sure, so this tunnel crowded club is. The Nation's oldest progressive feminist lgbtq political organization we are. Mostly based in Los Angeles but we have started to take on more of a national platform especially with this election. So our main goal is to advance where people in politics whether that'd be people who are getting elected or appointed to office or people who are just participating in the political process from voting We have broaden that scope of course because we just want to reach all people. Who are eligible to vote especially in this election with the concerns that matter to to where people and so people color until women like were very concerned with all progressive politics. What are some of the issues specifically that you know if if people are sort of thinking about what a what issues might matter to people? Obviously, all issues are gonNA matter. Agree. But? What are issues? That might be really a specific to the the groups that you're representing? Well specifically I mean take a look at things that have happened within the past few years since Donald Trump has become president, of course. The For where people to adopt children has been under fire we just had a major victory in which where people can't be. discriminated. Against in the workplace, they can't be fired for being Queer That is something that even though we just recently. Scored that victory in the Supreme Court that's something could easily go away like all of the things that we have on the books now can easily go away if the GOP against their way, the trump administration gets their way. So really you know our rates are under assault and that goes for everybody I mean it's not just where people it's women having to deal with reproductive health and discrimination. It's discrimination against color These are all issues that you know that we have our eyes on and that we're making sure we fight for. You fight to protect those rights. So I noticed that the stonewall Democratic Club does some endorsements a, what are what are the kinds of candidates dead that the group endorses you know how do they decide who is GonNa is going to be endorsed source. The we go through we go through a healthy endorsement process.

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"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

05:27 min | 9 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"Mind and it said I'm Denise Welch today walked out of pantomine disappointing thousands of young fans who had paid to see her citing nervous exhaustion, which they put in inverted commas and it said but I don't remember the goals name and I wouldn't quote anyway Susan Snodgrass who was playing Snow White Buckled on despite a broken wrist and made sure that she made up for the disappointment that Denise Welch left in her right. And I just remember that this is the perfect example the way the physical condition a mental condition is viewed. Nobody had wrongly to see how I was nobody had rung to get my point of view or what actually happened and Dan, and that the was one what is she got to be depressed about genetically so that been times when it's been difficult. What happened when our is doing poor Nation Street, which is twenty four years ago now. And was that I was dealing with a very bad time illness flying. So mackey was about nine. And and I always I always liked to drink. But just in the way the people like a drink to go out and party you know. But I I was really struggling and started to self medicaid with alcohol amid subsequently with drugs. And and trying to keep family together in Hyde what was happening to me, and there's no excuses for my behavior and I never take any I. I. Never ever tried to make excuses my drinking and everything impacted on my family and hurt the people who love me but there were reasons. Those things started as a result of me trying to stop the pain and you. Know. What I'm talking about you will sometimes do anything to stop the pain in your head and suddenly put me on a on a treadmill on which I couldn't get off many many years until while until eight years ago a when I met my well, I met my husband ten years ago eight years ago we so speed. It's been the best thing that's happened to new. Mainly how did you realize at the self medicating had become a problem because it's so easy for it just kind of go. On she said the. Drinking now because it was because I think that when you when you realize that it's making you more, it's it was making my depression worse the next day but then I was so terrified.

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"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

05:24 min | 9 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"So I do apologize. To men but that's just how I see. It was someone else who's the black dog which Docs it's nothing. Yet it was Winston Churchill who did a black dog and some people do the black dog and again it was that that's effective. You know it's such a materializes says Sam as a sly something else I mean Winston Churchill had having terribly and yet to run the country I mean it doesn't you know. I mean even though I never voted for this government have made some disastrous mistakes I still have found myself sometimes worrying about the mental health and I know that seems ridiculous because I can't stand some of them but I tell you what? That's a lot of pressure on any forty to do to go through what they've been through and. I hate to be seen to be supporting a government that I really don't don't like but as human beings, I still think that I have been consent for the mental health of some of these some some of these people because that type of overwhelming flexibility can be a massive thing that brings the illness on. That actually brings me on to my next question Radi. Ask about almost by anyone's standards you incredibly successful carnation straight these women and everything. What are the unique challenges of living with depression? In the public is so much 'cause we'll see I mean in some ways. You have to deal with things that I mean Allen and I don't buy had depression ourselves and. We're not in the public eye like you're. Obviously being in the public eye has given me a great soapbox to talk about it which I have used to thirty years because believe you me goes I. I was I was a long wolves and I was people tried to shut me down. So many times for my own way vote was for my own goods. Don't talk about people are thinking imagine never work. You'll never work. You just start with a great career you'll never have. And I just saw that because I had had nobody pets, you know I'm sure the three of us I would have given anything. To have seen or heard something like this of somebody saying I know exactly how you feel like you will get better. You may you. You will always have those episodes what your life can be great in between. and. But then on the other side of the coin that like you say..

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"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

03:58 min | 9 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"I have five children and. I just didn't have time to get depressed. How much do you think that achieved postnatal depression have changed both within the Medical Profession Unin society as a whole now? Like you say that mine started aspects naked depression prior to having Maxxie thirty years I'd never had any incidents of mental psychiatric illness nothing. And In the very beginning people want you to say that I did you must have done. This must have started in childhood digital digital data spent too long in the bathroom with you did your you know and it was like minute and a minute I was in almost a catatonic state of depression at this time. And That's exactly what GP said. My Mom. Didn't mean for my family understanding early on what I had was a serious illness I don't know where I would have been or indeed if I would have been he and Matt. Science very dramatic but was nothing there was no one to help nobody like me speaking out nobody on the television nobody that I could relate to speaking out about it and and so print media was kind of the only way to go when it was just nothing. And that GPS exactly what she said I was in Lychee satelite with could hardly talk because there's a massive physical manifestation when the depression is very deep as well, and then she exactly what she said she led where I have five children during I just didn't get time time to get depressed and and that was the general view when an when I after five days of zero I had this massive panic attack which I've never had before and I wasn't an anxious mom. I wasn't anxious about the baby just felt sense of detachment from reality anyway long story short I went to bed step very badly maybe two hours when I woke up the whole lecture lactation processes start. So I went to bed with full boobs to put a fighting fine a point on it. You know the boobs that you have when you have a baby and when I came to, I have nothing I. Had Spaniels ears literally nothing now nowadays, that would be a massive red. Flag. To adopt, join us as a huge hormonal ship that shouldn't have happened. Then this community midwife came round I hadn't privately and they didn't have midwives it came out and said this midwife came around to the and she said exactly like this is while she went that's not good. The reasonable people have done on this book in my way of talking about it shows that. There is still a long way to go. There is still people thinking that there was a stigma and that they should feel guilty about this but like I say, and it's quite it quite to end. This is the analogy that I make not only do those of us with depressive illness have a crippling debilitating isolating often terminal illness. We still have to prove that we have it. And you wouldn't go up to someone in a bag. Who was? Who you've been told was very, very ill with cancer say you wouldn't go up and say, well, you look fine to me. You know you've been never month now and I think honestly you should make the effort you should get yourself on your bed, put your trainers on and go from war nobody would say that to you and yet when we are in that state where we can't even get out of beds. I can't eat my appetite goes and. It's it's it's it's a swirling. It's a swirling blackness. This pales that goes on in your brain and it's it's terrifying. I've been on the verge of and I have one psychotic episode before luckily, mine isn't really psychosis, but this is a serious illness that we still need to a a lot more about I'm so do the medical profession they will..

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"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"And M. so as a result of that I, never know when it's coming. So an example to people who don't know about about about it as opposed to when we feel depressed went something circumstantially, it's made you settle or grief-stricken, which is horrible and depression is not persistent sadness which are often read whenever you look for description of depression it will stay position sadness and I want to say that sadnesses something that we that we feel when something makes us sad. Like happiness you know it's not a striving for happiness. Happiness is something we should feel when something makes us happy. But depression depresses every single emotion. So you can't feel happiness sadness lovejoy greed nothing nothing nothing nothing. So I went to my sister's feeling terrible the morning eyewear crop and visit mine welcome visit to is definitely that and impulsively having talked about this for thirty years I picked up my phone and I recorded three day episode of Depression in. Real. Time. It wasn't until I was well again about four days later. And that that I realized the impact digit hat I hadn't realized because I hadn't been well enough. My phone goes away unlike missing my phone rings and it'd been on news at ten million and a half people viewed it on the comments ladies would just. Heartbreaking you know people who completely felt that they been heard for the first time in that I was describing what they feel like people who showed them to that family who suddenly seemed to have an understanding of what gone through people who had never been empathetic to people with depression because they thought it was a what is she going to be depressed about not understanding the illness had come forward and back is how the book started and I I didn't grasp it the book. I. Worried about it because I knew writing take me to some places. But when I was writing very early on I, got the feeling strongly, the I was writing the book that I had always needed. And the successive it has soaked validated my reasons for doing it yet you cut the so much in the book. One of the things that you should start off with though is us about how a female doctor told you..

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"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

06:14 min | 9 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"I'm sorry it's nice to help. . You mentioned the this is really A massive massive looks women find so I'm really trying to to stand out. . <unk> out. . So, , how have you been doing during lockdown pandemic in general at Grand Canyon because by by depression is depressive illness so it tends to be endogenous it as much as it doesn't it's not reacted. . So I know that there are many people during the lockdown have discovered. . Being out of control of them mental health I. . in fact, , such would have been a been okay I mean I've been overwhelmed and I have been sad and I've spent days in cheese as we all have but not not as part of a depression because depression, , there's two schools of people as people who really want the world to stop taking over again, , nobody knows people who found such solace in lockdown that they get straightened things are moving moving with his two schools. . I'm kind of a bit of a halfway house, , but generally I am I've tried very much to. . Err on the side of positivity I've tried to be perspective police at loose women is what they call me and try to look for the good news about this virus <unk> when we can help build little China because this too many Corona Karen that cooling out bang just want to dwell on all of the bad signs in order to statistics don't seem to want us to move forward. . So I tried to just having a little bit of perspective on it. . So generally I've been very long winded willfully wave say I've okay. . Woeful is very much welcomed. . So do not. . How you feeling with kind of the end of lockdown in there you said you're kind of in between the nerves and the feeling. . Okay about it. . It's kind of difficult to remain positive because if you if you have to read the mainstream media which all of us being in the media we do, , and because of loose women particularly, , we have a very at never been noticed. . In eighteen years. . But I have in the last few weeks because we have corona virus and we have the black lives matter to huge arenas and. . <unk> been difficult at <unk> after at Jojoy Day as as as middle class white woman sitting on a panel not knowing. . How terrified to know what to say trying to take guidance from all black colleagues you know, , and so that's been that's been hard to navigate, , and also I will not go to the table at least women and to talk about the virus without back by science. . So but that's also difficult because you have the Oxford model and the imperial model as to, , for example, , who are completely different I kind of night before science was sort of social wrong thing that if it was the virus whole, , the scientists would. . Be on what it was and where it was going to go. . So as I say they call me perspective police and I try desperately to remain positive and my view is things like the second wave if there is going to be a second way, , let's prepare for let's deal with it but let's not ruin some of joys about coming out of not down by by we don't know that there's going to be one you know. . Today hearing and I will share. . But you know there's such positive news about the about the vaccine coming out. . But also you have to look for this news you have to look for the stats that moment that may be slight outbreaks going on. . In infection, , but the mortality rate is the lowest that we've had in July for years. . So again, , it's balancing it all and just trying to remain optimistic. . Can we talk a bit about your ambient <unk> unwelcome visitor now? ? Housing depression being. . During the kind of positive promoting it and also to the rising event how's it have? ? You managed that his Araya to? ? Attack No it has the <unk> it has been right. . So the book was spooned at Shall We say by an me documenting an episode of depression real time last September. . And like I said before my depression in the May. . Not Always. But . in the main is endogenous, , it's organic. . So it is depressive illness. . And M. . so as a result of that I, , never know when it's coming. . So an example to people who don't know about about about it as opposed to when we feel depressed went something circumstantially, , it's made you settle or grief-stricken, , which is horrible and depression is not persistent sadness which are often read whenever you look for description of depression it will stay position sadness and I want to say that sadnesses something that we that we feel when something makes us sad. . Like happiness you know it's not a striving for happiness. . Happiness is something we should feel when something makes us happy. . But depression depresses every single emotion. . So you can't feel happiness sadness lovejoy greed <unk> nothing nothing nothing nothing. . So I went to my sister's feeling terrible the morning eyewear crop and visit mine welcome visit to is definitely that and impulsively having talked about this for thirty years I picked up my phone and I recorded three day episode of Depression in. . Real. . Time. . It wasn't until I was well again about four days later. . And that that I realized the impact digit hat I hadn't realized because I hadn't been well enough. . My phone goes away unlike missing my phone rings and it'd been on news at ten million and a half people viewed it on the comments ladies would just. . Heartbreaking you know people who completely felt that they been heard for the first time in that I was describing what they feel like people who showed them to that family who suddenly seemed to have an understanding of what gone through people who had never been empathetic to people with depression because they thought it was a what is she going to be depressed about not understanding the illness

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"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

04:28 min | 9 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"I'm sorry it's nice to help. You mentioned the this is really A massive massive looks women find so I'm really trying to to stand out. out. So, how have you been doing during lockdown pandemic in general at Grand Canyon because by by depression is depressive illness so it tends to be endogenous it as much as it doesn't it's not reacted. So I know that there are many people during the lockdown have discovered. Being out of control of them mental health I. in fact, such would have been a been okay I mean I've been overwhelmed and I have been sad and I've spent days in cheese as we all have but not not as part of a depression because depression, there's two schools of people as people who really want the world to stop taking over again, nobody knows people who found such solace in lockdown that they get straightened things are moving moving with his two schools. I'm kind of a bit of a halfway house, but generally I am I've tried very much to. Err on the side of positivity I've tried to be perspective police at loose women is what they call me and try to look for the good news about this virus when we can help build little China because this too many Corona Karen that cooling out bang just want to dwell on all of the bad signs in order to statistics don't seem to want us to move forward. So I tried to just having a little bit of perspective on it. So generally I've been very long winded willfully wave say I've okay. Woeful is very much welcomed. So do not. How you feeling with kind of the end of lockdown in there you said you're kind of in between the nerves and the feeling. Okay about it. It's kind of difficult to remain positive because if you if you have to read the mainstream media which all of us being in the media we do, and because of loose women particularly, we have a very at never been noticed..

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"welch" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"Their. Good stand up comedy now too I started doing. Stand up, really good command. Why kind of head to the whole. Week Your Parents the police. Are you looking at experience I'm loving it. It's been so much fun. You got to open open up so cool. Comedians in the valley area recently, and there's a company out of Los Angeles in order to bring their whole comedy show over the to my side of town, and do Frisco they basically the headline, so that's coming up soon and I'm terrified. You Act up terrified, but I can't say no to go for it, it's. Do, you gotta go for Yes? You gotta Let your plate. You? Listen you listen to Rogan Tuck with some of the Comedians a he has on in. You know you're in that. Just starting out possession in your that takes a lot of balls man so good. Shit because you don't. You don't know. If I, did it. I would put like a phone out in the crowd inhabit. Lake Laugh on purpose I. Can't let right exactly because. Everybody gets laughing, and then you know it's like Oh. They hear somebody else laugh, so they laugh. You know what I mean so because I for sure. Thank, God for solely slowly the funny one here. I sure shit would have very difficult time doing that I can't I? Just it'd be like I'd have like a whole fucking joke thing like written now Leitao in. Read it to my family, and they'd laugh their asses off and then get onstage. I'd be like a bomb. All Right? Where's your? I could talk like this I mean I can have a conversation in front of a thousand people wouldn't bother me, but to like. Try to be funny. I think I'd try too hard suck. Pressure. Pressure, yeah, those pressure for sure pressure all good luck with that Johnny it's. Awesome congratulate congrats on everything. Good luck with the leading and your honeymoon there. Thank you so much. Yeah, she's She's Lucky Gallia good dude. It was nice to meet you. You're like man I like. I love connecting with people like you, Johnny. We can relate in so many ways. prices were were old fox. Talk about the same age. APPS and we know. About so kids can listen to be like fuck paper Map Tech. Is Yeah. Thank you so much good work. Yes, you find gas awesome. Thank you very much bait. Amazing work what you're doing it is. It's very interesting. Yes, sauce, yeah, when you're other books, everybody to drop. Let us know. Get you back on. We'll put the show notes or will put the links in the show notes for your to websites and any of the books you got in. To go thanks, Kim appreciate guys. Thanks very talk. Yeah, September third. Reich congrats..

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"welch" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

04:48 min | 11 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"My family would take vacations, and had an all the listeners will probably remember I'm sure you remember Johnny. The trip triptychs member AAA triptych. Oh yeah, it's a belay. Yeah, of course. Yeah! Absolutely so we'd go down to Myrtle beach. Go to Orlando Florida, and that and we get the trip triptychs, and when you got in the Front seat with Dad in dad was driving. You're the navigator, so you get in your hand. You didn't like Oh that fucking thighs now not at all Dan. We got bathrooms at exit. Fifty three were male, six, fifty five. We got about fifteen minutes. If you're going sixty seven miles an hour, you know is fucking great. You workable could. You! Know that's what I love about. Your story is the fact that you brought that back in. It sounds like that's you know whether or not your story had a direct impact on that, or or what, but it sounds like that's coming back a little bit like people are going back and going. You know what? Let's do this. Let's take a little road trip. Let's disconnect from our phones. Let's use paper maps again. If people even know how to use them, I'd be the only thing I'd be worried about is if it was updated like the the fuck I've even used. I've used Google maps. Net hasn't been updated. Mean like that. That can bid a roadway non here yet. This was an updated since two thousand eighteen, or whatever but I love the paper map. Thing man I think it was so much fun to do, and my girlfriend had at the time. Offer now, my fiancee. She has all of absentee lab. Unfolding their fold all the time, for no reason because we're just curious and all of a sudden, there's just tears and there's reps that will get folded back to the same way. They put up a fight to get folded again and I was just. It was an adventure. Every day was an adventure. We got our destination park. The car hit happy hour every day happy. While, they were or tenders and raw vacations. You prepared those happy hour every day. At the disclaimer. Lot. Vacation! Traits search fifty weeks out of the year. I'm offered two weeks. Will ever bartenders? What would you do? Every day happy beat people they would take. A shuttle was through town, and it was amazing. Especially, in Las, Vegas happened a lot was near their town just about bar hop in the other sure. Yeah, that in each each paper map yet a different state each day the down. It forgot yeah yet. Oh, Shit! We just crossed into Virginia. Better switch over the Virginia, map. Arizo Cool Jazz. Go It's cool. It's cool big bag you can see. Now there's there's a lake way up there right things where you're near as opposed to a small screen, all you see is point eight point in two minutes right will in, and nowadays people just set it and forget it I mean they put the they put their. You know like they got the ways APP so you can put that on your phone and it'll go and twenty five miles. You're going to be turning right on exit fifty three so literally it's just. it's no surprise looking at of Serendipity, right dotted lines and trees, because there might be a freak and beautiful lake on the other side of those trees, but you have no fucking clue about it. No Clue 'cause. You're just letting this technology dry where you go me autopilot. Yeah, autopilot, exactly we're all Johnny Dean any events or anything else coming up. We do on. Our honeymoon is to be in Europe, so I'm going to do another book. Paper maps no APPS. The Europe edition Oh. Part. Do like he did you. Do because it's going to be the T- in Italy. Today she had to go there and I'm also a book on Irish pub theory which you'll like sally. Yeah. There's a sully and every locale. If they give you like community has a sully somewhere. On when? Selah here down. I everybody's gotTa guests. Irish, Irish pub theory, working on rock paper maps Europe. Edition and I had a series of short beads mini books coke Johnny Bark Johnny Bartenders twisted the topics, and they're all gonna be coming out soon as well. I can't stop Brady now I mean before that time to do it right. I can't stop. It's awesome. I love it. You have a website where all this is conglomerate aided together that you know like when these new books come out, be go to your website and see all the yes, These are members Johnny Bartender Dot Com. Okay Easy to.

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"welch" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"It a constant turnover of people because it is such a tourist area? No. It's a great mix and I've grabbed so grateful to see all the locals come in and regular. Is I mean it's awesome to hear whether frahm? What do we talk all the time? They come in a lot. The Vega and quite often a lot of tourists. It's amazing to be that many people. It's almost like by love of travel is behind the bar because everyone can be sort of a traveler. Whether, the regular is that grandchild will come back those stories worst. There's somebody who's traveling now so that whole travel experience gets brought up quite often at the bar and that's. That's really cool. Webby, that kind of that kind of travel, where you'll further out of your comfort zone that changes perspective permanently well. Yeah, but in like you said it takes. There's a certain personality of a person Desa Traveler. They're already. They're already the guy like Kevin her. John or Johnny are slowly. That wants to sit next to that guy at the barring labor, our I abandoned. From all really Rochester New York I've been there that where Kodak's Rome or something you know like everybody for some reason. Everybody in meet always knows where Rochester New York is I. Don't know how Hawaii amused fucking Rochester New York really. John I. Don't know how far back you'd gone to listen to shows, but Kevin and I actually had a social experiment ourselves in Vegas. We said at a poker, not a poker table a blackjack table for about eight to ten hours. And obviously as you know when you're sitting at a table, you can't use your phone. Right To enter, so we literally sat at this table for almost the whole evening. Now is six hours and just like entertain the whole table, Oh yeah, we got hammered. that. Yeah Did, they were actually longtime are up. Time yes, those free drinks. In you know a waitress. Look like Nina Hartley Nina Hartley. The porn star nobody. So, she looked hat. How. You look just freaky Lakers so I'm like. But we had we had so much fun at that table because you couldn't use your phone everybody literally nobody left the table for the OMO. Think every it was the same seven or six people. However, many people are at the table for that entire time. Because we just all had a freak blasts, we are just dying role in laughing, and obviously the more you drink, the Maurya freaking Again. You know. And it was just like we're just. We're popping. You know like everything was. We were were relatively relatively witty when we were more together. We're just rolling playing off each other play off each other in Mr Jack Daniels yeah boy. I think I was drinking. Beer that day. Yeah, it's a good thing I didn't. Author than all yet if you've been to Vegas. All the time. Atlantic City I was born in Atlantic. City Oh. Yeah, yeah, and actually arrive at now Vegas is about an hour and a half white Zubi go quite often. On Yeah. We've got a direct direct flight to vegas because it's so close Oh yeah yeah. That's. It almost not a lot of times you to get a drink of the plane. It's that quick right. By the time you get to cruising. Yeah. That's why when we're going to. We're going to Atlanta the end of May and I'm talking to now as we record this I think this is going to actually release like June first or something like that, believe it or not, so were were recording this way ahead, but I was talking with. They're not talking with a thinking about like whether I.

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"welch" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

07:00 min | 11 months ago

"welch" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"Yeah, you know what's interesting in. It's brought a lot to light for me and I don't know. Do you use an iphone johnny ear? Yes. ANDROID ANDROID ANDROID so you're an android guy was. Is You guys can? Piss off camera. anyways. You do you guys have the thing that POPs up? That says how much screen time you've used on a daily as around we on basis. I, think it is, he could daily. For one, it took it off. Yeah. It's scary and I, just I mean I purposely live my screen time I do use it. Quite often, but especially when I'm with friends. Yeah, don't lose that time with your friends. I mean I think there's a statistic it's like. It's like seventy eight percent of people will check their phone while they're at dinner with their friends or no in mid conversation. Right now, just the art, the art of conversation in the order story timing is in jeopardy here. Yeah, absolutely absolutely and you know a little bit ago I. Don't know if you noticed or not, but actually had my phone up for a second because I had to turn it on vibrate 'cause they left it in fucking. The sound on digging in the background and Shit is just little. Things like that that we forget about, but you're right. We're losing that personal touch with people and. If you go into the mall or you go into a restaurant in you look around. Everybody's on the fucking phone. Yeah, everybody's on. Their falls scary scary. It's scary manage. They're driving their cars on their phones. Look around Basil Dry. It's like every third car. That's that's that's worse than drinking and driving or. Driving. Blindfolded when you're not even looking up Russia, it's it's terrify with singer on the what they're doing. Yeah were easy again. It's an addiction in going back to where we were saying before as you know. I think you touched on it is that? There are six billion people in the world. You're not going to get along with all six billion people, the three, hundred, fifty, thousand, three, hundred fifty million people. I think in America the. Three thirty. You're not going to go along with everybody and that's okay. Yeah, look, you don't need to have three hundred and fifty million followers. You don't need to have six million followers right like a sense of community were talking about the sense of growing up in a in a safe environment, growing up with other kids and other dulce step bar that barroom experience and I remember when I first started going to the bars like. You're still flip phone so I. Mean you still had that? You know engagement between the people. And that's gone away like goat. Go to a bar right now and try to buy girls around a drinks like they're gonNA. Look at you like you're some creepy yet because you didn't fuck in head on them and slide into DMZ. First of all. Well Yeah Yeah. They look at you like you got to heads like. Mirror party right. If you're not on tinder. Swiping left to right or whatever you do. It's like the. They've lost the idea of of exactly what we've been talking about. Adjust that interpersonal. Hi Kevin, nice to meet you. That's your to do. You don't like if you don't meet on tender you're you're you're a creep right? Yeah? Exhibit. I thought you were. More and more to the bar I see happening where I love the fact when I see two guests show up at the bar. They don't know each other any start. Talking that's so cool to see that and I can I could chime in. China and in. All senator. Time in added the conversation on what to see what to do in the joke. Start Flying I. mean that was a huge part of the that book, as well when I saw a family of four come in what time Mom Dad son daughter. Yeah, the whole time at dinner they were glued to their phone would even look it up each other you know I'll care what you do. I have not a so box bartender a Lotta Times I have a hangover, and it hurts to talk so I'm glad you're occupy. Bank guide. You're busy, 'cause. I don't WanNa talk right now. Can you do it the back of my mind Beckham Heart little touch of sadness where? Man didn't you dinner to each other? You get home? You don't believe. You feel like you saw more. During this road trip experience more because of this challenge. Absolutely absolute- because we we would sit in a restaurant everyone. Shoulders of back sensor. Down were they sit, but we do so look at around at the people. Would you guys? You look different strange. What's what's what's your story? People were attracted to us I guess you still up differently. People respond to you differently. Your head your head, your head down buried the phone. No one's GONNA approach you. Phones Down, look it up. They go. You're inviting. Someone did meet your meat them and engage in that experience in engaging good old-fashioned conversation. That way sounds old, but by one of my jobs to the baller, the Kelly to read books fan like the old fashioned kind with paper pages in. Now I write. The books have been the book about paper maps. No, APPS it hit number one in four categories. It's being well received tighter. Thank you so much. It's a very timely topic and I guess I had a call from NBC. They were the put on. Why Digital Detox Road trips are blowing up right now? I I don't know the answer I. Just did it as a joke. Book out halfway through the trip that girl. The bar what I said was asked us do in the morning and we told our whole story. Why we're doing, it should have to her shit at three o'clock and I'm watching her walk out the door. He was Laura. Okay hence you leave the restaurant, go turns around, and I'm watching a little back in walks back to Christie myself. She goes. You know I just went. Thank you guys together today. You changed my perspective. In. That was the moment that our our joke. In our social experiment. You're Kinda. Call On. Paper maps no APPS as a joke. That was the moment. The ID became a book because she said to us. Great head that light bulb go off in your head like. Maybe, we got a story to tell here, yes. Maybe it'd be, it'd be shared, and maybe someone else will say cool right. You don't have to change everything you do. Don't preach abstinence, barten-. That's bad for business. Jackley. Reduce it when you with people. That's all if you outside by yourself, go for your the bathroom. Go for. House go for. Your friends at a face to face interaction..

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"welch" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"welch" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Build travel. You save up for eight years to take all six weeks off because the restaurants close out to be used to and now they don't open year round possess getting out in this game busy busy. That's why I'm hoping they get six weeks off for the honeymoon and hopefully we can get that those guys okay is. Your honeymoon knows right but I haven't had six weeks for that trip. Nice Nice all right six hundred. That's awesome and that's what then last question I gotta ask you is. You've done quite a bit of traveling. What sticks out in your head is your biggest travel. Miss Sapper Mistake that you've made. I haven't had any this apps would Christie came to the Castle. Two years ago to relive that whole experience we had just met so she was going to fly out to meet me. She's flying into Rome on what I took a train from the castle to Florence down the Rome and I'm waiting for her. She shows up in the airport. All her luggage was just gone as she she had wasn't crying was upset. She I do I go well. I go chances. Are that airline. I'll try to track down your luggage. They will they will send it to you when they find it ago and if you had to go buy some days in the meantime will probably be you so. She's like go shopping so I took her to the bar. Get Road so this hat was the luggage missing but then to get right back on track and no you know what? There's nothing that you brought with. You can't find an edit location. You're going to give the okay marketing. You find socks and t shirts look into Russian. You can find everything you need right there. And plus. You're going to beat people in haggle and bargain barter with people out giving you a dollar for that. Whatever you know so almost the fun experience so my mishaps are very very. I've been lucky. I think very lucky. A lot of that is that I don't care because I know the worst that can happen to me. I. It's not GonNa be that bad. I'll go ask. Somebody had to get back on track. What do I do you know? And I always keeps the reserves special Never needed it. But I have that backup. I had that I don't know I don't know how that's ever happened that I've never had a major major APP. I Miss Fleiss before Banescu Staying at the bar to there. You go that's your that's your thing. That's you're right but yeah depart. Look that's great. So what do you have coming up on the pipeline? We talked a little bit about you. WanNa do you WANNA do. I mean you have the honeymoon coming up but you want to do the Europe trip with paper APPs no maps and wanted to route sixty six. Do you have a timeframe for them? Because if people are listening and then they go get the book probably GonNa be like me and they're going to say we want more right like like I got to know is just coming out in twenty twenty one twenty. You know so. Would you have timeframes for those book projects yet? Paper maps no apps of the Europe addition as based on our coming up in September so those cases that I mentioned Redo the paper maps no apps throughout their see who he beat what happens. I'm also doing a another boat that goes with that and I talked about it. But it's called Irish pub. Said Bets as a fun one also working on these. Y'All cold lettuce topics now their topic as bartending there funny observations so I call it. Is Johnny Bartenders twisted topics and it could be a series of those books as well. It was Irish pub theory once called the Internet crash. Kit is are you prepared for the great crash of the twenties? You know Stock break of the nineteen twenties. But I'll could be there with the Internet goes dog. It's one hundred fifth. You want things you might need case it goes down. That's a Great Tagline Yeah Checkbooks. Dvd's CDs A boombox radio. What's box yet defined these kind of flat? It's a humor book. Then I among other shows. I've been doing a lot of questions about the writing process and the marketing the editing. So that the coming out is is sell your book everywhere you go and because. I sold the first book. I wrote the legalization of marijuana in Colorado. That was of those humor book as well as a Bar Topic. I saw five thousand copies of that book out of own two hands not to mention Amazon sales handed you do that and I have about fifteen to twenty different techniques tips that I would share on how you sell that book how you get an APP have fun with it in this. Be Silly that silliness could translate the for example the airport. Sometimes I'll I'll have the post with me is about all I wrote it blah. We talked for a while at the end. I could give you this as a gift and they end up paying for whole. Watch or something. Like Aso Fun Ways in unique ways to share. What you've done because you didn't write it to put on your bookshelf forever. You did right into share has a book and want to write. Please do right It never touch or connect with or what's going to happen and make sure it's edited properly right as you said that's the hardest part right right in the right and write it in the present tense writing a travel log. Save yourself a whole rewrite by doing God knows months and months everybody all by Guy Now. Thinking of us up past answer is that process. But you know. It's a flashback story. So it should be Alma Guide. I was talking about rabbit holes. Yeah I actually had to force myself to do that and I did it. I'm glad yet for the best. Nice Nice Man. You got a lot of right. You better not be on your smartphone. You have time for your smartphone. I can't sit still was a blessing. Eric Occurs East Coast. I I know you got to Colorado everyone so chill you guys. I can't I can't chew you for a little bit and then I'll go home and write three books by. You're just actually continuing to chill. I to yeah awesome well Johnny. Thank you so much for joining me today. Spread the message of travel. But but more importantly this idea of unplug travel and being present and showing up as you. Are you know all of us? I think probably be show without. We could say that every single person struggles with this now right like they make these devices. They're awesome they're smartphones are awesome. It's an amazing piece of technology. But like you said they're made now in order to keep our attention because that's where the money is and so I think all of us struggle with it and I just love your saying. Listen you can struggle with it. But here's some options and even said this little steps little steps that you don't have to throw away your phone forever the devil but you have to make sure that you're you're fee especially like you said when you're traveling and when you're on vacation like if you're going to be present be present then be present with the ones that you love right like when you make the effort so I really appreciate. You spread that message man putting the books out there taking the time to write the books. Because that's something I've never done so remind people one more time. How can they get a hold of you? Where's the best place to find you to find your books all the stuff that you're all my info goes back to my website? It's a Johnny Welch Dot COM CEO H. N. Y. W. E. L. S. H. dot com. You'll have the lake on your on your site. There have all what I'm doing if I'm up to is all going to be there. There's a lot of cool photos to smaller. Travels in cards. Travels to share photos and we'd put a lot of voters in the book. As can I get a photo? Journalist Bells a travel journal. Nice now a doodoo. Social media can do. Oh Yeah Yeah. I'm on facebook. Paper MAPS NO APPS. Facebook PAGE FOR THAT. There's a page for is called legalized W. E. E. D. G. A. L. IS E E D A. Fun lighthearted name to discuss that topic because this taboo other places and I want to introduce the topic in an educational way soon. Communicate about auto care with their stance. I pull non biased approach about that as a bartender Care Right right swap. Thank you Johnnie. It's been awesome guys. Everything will be in the show. Notes as Johnny mentioned link-up his website and in the book. And all that kind of stuff and if you WANNA go get the book that we've been talking the most about paper APPs paper maps no APP paper APPs Eh that a new title paper maps no APPS and jail. They can find that on Amazon. They could find that wherever books are sold. Yeah okay are just came out to so the audio book of audible. I think tomorrow it's going to be a any day now is being approved by audible so the audiobook which I recorded myself is going to be on there. I had master with a company. Is Well Nice all right so if you want more of Johnny and is Awesome East Coast Jersey Act You can listen to the audio book. If you want to read it you could find that anywhere. We'll look everything in the show notes and Johnny. Thanks again for on man. It's great to talk to a fellow East coaster and I just love the stuff you doing everything you're about.

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"welch" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"welch" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"I am enthralled by this idea of other countries other lands other cultures and this idea of traveling. I did quite a bit of travel prior to going to that castle in Italy. I studied abroad in Florence. Italy has also chips prior to that I've always loved to travel a had a passion for that but when I had that isolationism in Italy. There's no one else. There and there was close bookshelves in this one. Little study and it was about Ohio. So-called narrows a icky degrees. I had the biggest fired fireplace to keep warm in the walls with three feet. This is a castle and had this little rickety bookshelf. And I was like. Oh my God I'm going to get caught up. Let's reading and So I started reading every book again. Get my hands. All while I was there is that so much time had so much time ahead. This was before Smartphones even the Internet even while ago and I had forgot my camera to take pictures. I left it in Jersey and I asked my mom to Senator Beep Via Boat which we didn't know the armoured intelligence Emerson that Gabar so it took like thirty days to get there so I also bound black skeptical on that Mickey bookshelves. I began sketching and writing and reading. Low just turned my life. While was there displays that I say the castle was magic. Those kind of stuff blood could have been a bad wind. I'm sure I'm sure all played a part in this magical. Red Wine is magical as the next coming out of the ground or something. But I don't know I think that trip. It just really changed my whole a whole person yet know. I think there's something to be said for this idea. I mean you're essentially becoming a bit of a Renaissance Man Right. I mean we talk about it. You know but there's a reason that these people that we study in history could do so many things they had to be able to write like. You're saying you're saying you know. Imagine how much time you would have if you had. You didn't have many people around. You didn't have you know all the pressure society weighing on you because you're in an isolated castle essentially you didn't have smartphones. Obviously the Internet even at that point and so you were doing reading writing sketching composing lyrics. All this kind of start you were doing you know essentially there you. You're doing the arts and that's what people did right before we had all these other things that we could do and so I think that's pretty neat that for you. You're in Italy. You know home to some of these all these famous people who did similar things. And that's where you kind of found your voice and your desire to to engage in the art pretty neat for you nowadays. How you like? You mentioned one of the reasons you you're able to write this book was because you try to spend less time right you try to plug you. Try to make sure you're making best use of your time. What does that look like for you in modern life? Is there a place that you go like? When you're trying to write that that your is it a spot the yearbook shut stuff out. Is there a time of day that works best for you? What is like what are you kind of use to recreate that? A little bit is that that's a hard question to answer because when when it hits me his fired right. I will do it wherever I am with whatever I have in my hands. That's my laptop and notebook sticky notes. I mean I have the Old Receipts from people dying in the restaurant on the back of the receipts are just like paragraphs paragraphs and all composed Organiz them. So when it hits me I job and I actually. I can't stop it. I mean it was a passionate before but not calling for me because I can't stop doing it I like to try to set up my desk writing. Sometimes that's one my spots the libraries. I love libraries. I get a lot done. A libraries coffee shops in my hometown. I could guess done but I always wanted this woman. I know which is Kinda Fun too but what I do but I traveled to Los Angeles couple of weeks ago for another talk shows wealth books and I bought my laptop and Don't knows anywhere either so I could sit wherever outside a park bench. I thought it was no was in there one day. I just got some stags has cold beers. I vote for three or four hours so I try to do that but I travel because that's easy travel airports. I do a lot in airports. I choose to do that. Instead of scroll decks updates wipe shop whatever but what it hits me. I I will take with. Is Whatever's near me and right with his handwriting or typing. I don't go to work with. I will not put notes. My smartphone is Kinda music photos. I've got seven thousand photos on my phone and I'll never look at any of begin so by putting a hundred different notes and my notes on my smartphone. It's it's not an actual pile of those to be and I I probably forget about it. Yeah Heather and I had this discussion about photos the other day and I just sat there thinking. I mean we're talking about you. Know Hoarders physical hoarders right and how how can people be and that and I'm just sitting there like we're doing the same thing digitally thousand photos of one thing happening and we'll probably I'll never go into lead them. I'll just continue to pay more tangible remorse and never actually spend the time to go and it'd be like I just have eighteen in the same pictures and one probably on instagram anyway. So I don't even actually need all my phone because it's being stored somewhere else so yeah that's a whole nother rabbit hole to go down. Of course it is digital hoarding. So I I love the idea for you that writing hits and you can do it anywhere. I find myself for me. It's much harder to do that. Like I almost have to be in my like it. Takes me a little while to ramp up? I guess is what I'm saying like I have to say all right. I'm in my spot. Sometimes is at my Home Office but a lot of times. It's not because there's other stuff going on so like you go to library or something like that where I know right. You don't really want to sit here for like eight hours doing nothing. You kind of want to be here for two or three hours and move on with your day so it forces me to to get into that mode but it's just it's always fascinating me. How different people work differently right like you don't care where you are inspiration strikes? Boom you're able to focus zone in and do it. I'm a bit more like all right I need. I need a runway to to kind of ramp into writing writing especially for me. I just wanted to bring it back a little bit to travel. And and just riff on some of your favorites or some of the things that you WANNA do. What what are some of these favorite places that you've been able to go to in your travels? Do you have specific locations? Like yeah this is. This is just an all timer for me. Yeah I heart is Italy. I mean I just stole my heart when I was studying there in college at traveling throughout their funded the train system as a whole new travel in seeing things. Look out the window the whole time. The train brings you there. Italy's I loved Portugal. You inside your list I think or have you been there. I've been there for like all the it's like a week and a half so we've spent a little bit of time to know that it is definitely a jam of Europe. I Love Portugal. Had A beautiful time in Spain. Thailand was a lot of fun. I love going to Thailand their couple times. I like I like the the goal fashion road trip to in the states. We rate near San Diego. There's a whole group of Colorado Summit County Surf Club Rawal displayed surfers. And we had. We had meetings on Mondays. Happy hour full of beer's become Israel. There's no waves Colorado. We all snowboard ski a lot. We DO PLAN TRIPS and be go to San Diego right near there at least once a year camping for a week. Our surfboards route. Our garages they come and meet US Studio Surfing at least once a year. That's a really poetry because there is no agenda at the campsite gives them the you on the beach watching your surf. We're surfing that's it. There's nothing else no this anything else there. And there's no technology has role we go your car and she could fun behalf to but we're all just their campfire stories that after the best bar. There's the whole seven chapters of of the Sandiego Surf trip in painter maps though apps because we stopped at seven days Alma God the things become up with because you have so much time on. Our hands is just hilarious paper. Aarp CONTESTS HULA HOOP contests. We've been a big setup. Botchy Ball Botchy. Tournamaent be constructed at trophy that goes with the winner. It's so funny we just silly silly it a great time it being you know being young again heart again big time. That's the thing a saying all that it's like that's what kids do and wanted to do. And that's what we wanted to do as kids and we loved it and so to get away from it and like why not do it just one of those things. What about then places that you're you're dying to go to what's on the top of your hit list of places you. WanNa go to actually WANNA ahead of favorite places Croatia okay. Our honeymoon is September getting married September. Third WE'RE GONNA go to back to the castle for two weeks proposed to Christie by the way out at they've chancellor record the man is GonNa go ahead changed my life. So many times Serena Catholic a two weeks. Sisley offend has a beach house there. They Croatia stopping Greece. Santa Community Athens nursing history of happens. This really cool tours of Athens alert. Stop. I want to see that the learn at about that. So those are the four faces upcoming. I wanted to South America like you guys said to. I've been to Brazil. Rio De Janeiro. I WanNa go to Argentina Chile Peru. Go to bite. Up to before. It's all closed off of Timothy tourists. Yeah that's a things on my list is that's awesome and then honeymoon. Sounds basically perfect to from castle. Yeah beaches Sicily hit Croatian down degrees. So how long will that be that a month month and a half to take six weeks off so I'm hoping that using so moving out here in Colorado which would inspire my travel was. There was off time. It'd be called mud season because it's the golf courses. Everybody can play God. You can't wait ski anymore. So they're six weeks the fall in six spray. We could go travel and we all. Do you plan build travel. You save up for eight years to take all six weeks off because the restaurants close out to be used to and now they don't open year round possess getting.

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"welch" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

11:59 min | 1 year ago

"welch" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"I don't know I don't know how that's ever happened. That I'd never had a major major by this fleiss before but that's because about later on this day at the bar there you go. That's your that's your thing that's your mo right. I missed flights but yeah I've just said the Varsity lock. The extra packing peanuts traveled podcast episode. Louis Ballast of the Humpty dumpty driving in Denver. Who gets credit for naming it the cheeseburger he did try to trademark the term cheeseburger in nineteen thirty five? But it was denied. So feel free. You can use the term cheeseburger as much as you like long New York no hello travel narratives and welcome to the extra pack of peanuts travel. Podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less. I'm your host Travis Sherry and joining me. Today is someone who once had to decide between Grad school and interning at a castle in Italy. You can probably guess which one he chose since he's on the show who has written two books and helped pioneer the low tech movement. Johnny Welch from Johnny Walsh Dot Com giant. Thanks for joining me and a huge. Welcome to yeah. That'd be drives his great to be here excited to be on your show. Yeah we just actually talked right before you hit record. I was like is it John or Johnny and you could tell people depending on where you are. It's different. Yeah Yeah John John in Atlantic city right in Johnny out in Colorado Twenty of all things of John the New Jersey Atlantic city right johnny growing up now Colorado. I was a gay Giannis. Johnny out in Colorado has been that way a couple of decades so I respond to either been called much worse. That's right the one cool thing especially I pulled from your bio and we just talked about here. Is this decision between Italy and Grad School? And you know in Hindsight. This might seem easy. Oh well of course. This was the right path to choose. Because it's one you chose and you know your life is taken that path now but the decision probably tell us what that decision was like at the time. Because I think there's probably a lot of people listening who will face a similar decision where it's like. Oh my gosh this sounds really cool and amazing but hey this is what typical normal life looks like this. May maybe what I thought I was going to do growing up so talk us through your decision and kind of what it was like at the time that you had to make. It is actually a terrifying dessert. For me I was twenty three years old just graduated from Syracuse University. I had applied to Seneca Falls chiropractic school to be a doctor of Chiropractic and also applied to go this internship in the foothills of Tuscany and go work at vineyards and olive. Does it help? Create this internship in Italy so I applied to both of those and then one week in the summertime. I got a letter acceptance to be Dr Aesthetic defaults to enter that program in a to death schooling and I also got a letter to go beat this intern at this castle the Century Castle rate near CNN. So Alex I don't know what to do. Ruin your life by becoming a doctor. I mean I may pass up this opportunity and with my degree. My degree was Italian language. Literature Culture so I hit the protocol. They were looking for in Italy for other programs as well. Hell Creek internship and I chose that and that's what my writing career started actually so and I never had known that was going to happen. You know scary decision for me. But you know doing that bartender. My whole life has facilitated the whole life of travel as well. What was it like for you then? At twenty three with the people around you like Friends Family. Those closest to you were they. Were they pushing you one way or the other or did they were. They pretty much like how. I'm going to leave it up to Johnny Trust. He does you know it was going to work out. They were so amazed. The is an opportunity like that in Italy. There like go to. Italy may go run in the fields in the wind in Italy. You live in castle. And they're supporting either way but my friends would go to Italy. Why not would you do that? You could always come back. And we apply to Seneca Falls chiropractor if like and just after that that big travel the travel bug bit me and state of the ever since yeah. Needless to say you haven't gone back to do chiropractic school at Seneca falls though. I just crack people off at the bar. Now you go to Italy and you had this experience and then talk us through that next little step because I think that is the next thing that happens for a lot of people as they go having experience. You know travel related whether it be interning whether it be a big trip that they've always wanted to go on you know maybe it's a gap year not as common for Americans but you know people do it and so then they come back and again they feel that. Pull probably of okay now. I've done that cool thing. That was a phase of life but now I should go get that job or fit or continue that scoring. What was it like for you when you came back was were you pretty dead. Set of wait a second. I gotTA figure out a different way of life because I M so bit by the travel bug. I know I'm not gonNA just only travel for vacations every two weeks or two weeks a year or something like that. Well what I went to the castle in Italy axios called Finocchio. An amazing place internship now is very structured. I was there it was it was a very big stages so there wasn't much there and I was there. In January February the wintertime there was no other interns so a lot of isolation Lotta time to reflect what I began to write short stories. Non Fiction poetry lyrics to songs and I was just really self-discovery and when I came back to America. I didn't have much time. Do I think my brother had moved to Colorado? And he needed help this construction companies. I got a job for you. Had A place to stay because of that decision to go to Italy. I was willing to say yes. These opportunities that are out there you know. Pick UP AND GO. Why not pick go never noticed? You're GONNA see who you're GonNa meet a what you're gonNA discover. Yeah that's interesting right. If you hadn't gone to Italy would you have taken your brother up on this opportunity go to Colorado? I mean probably not because you would have been at Seneca falls in in chiropractic school that that would have been one path and so you went out to Colorado you've been in Colorado ever. Since is that correct or yet Pretty close as about a year after Italy. And I've been here since ninety seven. Okay Yeah right it out here. It's amazing you're four feet of snow right. Now is lean easy surely different life right from Atlanta from the beaches of Atlantic City and the Jersey shore to to getting snowed in Frisco Colorado man and living in the mountain town in the mountain town life. It's definitely era. Yeah you're seeing two different sides of America for that so then for you you bill with the travel bug you go to Colorado and you start leading this life that allows you to travel more bartending and and doing jobs that are not your typical nine to five that give you a little more freedom for you. Then you decide to take this road trip. Talk US through this idea of unplugging because that was your first book this idea of unplugging and letting go and not always being on our smartphones and traveling like which is funny to say traveling. We traveled when we were younger or like our parents traveled right. Which isn't that long ago. But it's it's a whole different way to do it. Yeah the two different worlds. And they're not that far apart. I two thousand seven is that technology was placed in the palm of our hands with the IPHONE and smartphones but even only just been two decades right now. It goes to different worlds. I was read a book by Timothy Paris and he suggested to go on an information diet is a you know you don't need the inundate yourself constantly with news of what's going on updates and things like that insist to check in once a week if you want to. It's not K. Medical Idea. I started trying that out here and there and then at the restaurant where I bartend in I saw family of four come in one night was mom dad son daughter and I don't care what you do a lot of times at the hangover so good. You guys are occupied so the whole time during dinner though they didn't interact at all. I mean going out again. Everyone was on the smartphone. The whole time. We don't care but I it makes me a little bit sat and especially when I see trout doing that. 'cause I noticed like the travel with a little paper book and old fashioned book with paper pages in it to tell you where to go find a little a little hostile. Were hotel tiny dark alley. You have no idea gonNA end up. I know what that's like. It happened to stop and ask people in meet and interact and finally going and along the way you meet. People necessary the travel as the magic. But I believe I totally agree and so you took that moment right of seeing that family again. Not that you're judging. You're saying. Hey this is just an epiphany for me like I'm looking at something else and realizing that. Maybe I'm starting to do the same thing because I know for me. It's crazy now even you go on and information detox and we'll talk about that in a second and I always think all right. Well we're GONNA come back and now it's you know it's going to be fine and I'm going to. I'm going to be better with it. And then you know the Second. I'm back in my normal routine I find myself falling back into those habits and so you know certainly. We're not throwing rocks to anyone. Because I I am the same way and you know it's even to the point where now I'll sit there sometimes. Even if I know where I'm going around my home I'll put it in. Well I WANNA to save a minute or to make sure I've gone the quickest which at times fine you know you don't want to get stuck in an hour of traffic by by going on seventy six right which you know well enough right going right at the same time. It's like now you know who cares right like let's just go down the road you haven't seen before even your home so I'm with you so you come up with this idea of like all right. I want to plug a bit and I want to know what it's like to travel with with the guy books because I didn't have an iphone before which both of us were fortunate enough to have a little bit of our life in that chunk of time before the smartphone and traveling a little bit before that. But then you decide to say well now. I'm going to challenge myself. I'm actually going to go and live this out so talk us through that a bit of this idea of taking a trip where you did. Unplug completely yet. We big a very valid point up travis. Thank you for reminding me that when I did see that family. It reminded me of my habits and even to this day. I'll go on my phone with the check email and then a half hour goes by what has happened. It's funny I like it. It is entertaining. But I've got goals and I wanted to achieve each dead..

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"welch" Discussed on Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"welch" Discussed on Myths and Legends

"I beat you all up and you did and we did and it was horrible. Wiping blood and tragically tiny bones from her dress and said that that story was obviously ally she had just given birth and they were saying that she fought off six of them to eat her own baby. You'd have to be a complete idiot to believe that you did. What pool screamed as he barged into the room Fair to pool. He did end up believing his wife probably regardless he used. What's way he had to keep the whole issue quiet but were eventually got out to his nobles who demanded that she be punished ran and kept her own counsel and was advised to take the punishment. As long as it wasn't death she called together the nobles and they came to an agreement. The punishment was as follows outside of Castle Narberth Pembrokeshire sit by a mounting block. A place for travelers got on their horses and tell the story of what she allegedly deter son Danny one who asked then she was to offer a piggyback ride to the Court of the king. After one year of doing this every single day she will be cleared and allowed to return home You know you've been wanting a baby. The King Tiernan Seduce Queen who had just fallen asleep. He produced a baby wrapped in silk. Well I got a baby. The wife Rub her eyes. That's not how that worked thinking explained. She knew how every year when this one mayor gave birth to a full the next day the full was gone. Well it was probably a responsible to let money literally be taken from them every year so he decided camp out with a sort and when a clot armed came through the stable window he cut her off at the Elbow. He took off chasing it but realized that he left the stable door. Open rush back right outside the stable or the monster had been. He found the BB resting on the ground. The wife looked at the kid while she was wary of the whole situation but she fell in love with the little guy on site. Yeah he could stay when the child was one year old. He was walking better than most kids in two. He was a sturdy and a smart as a six year old at four. He was already working the stables. It was at that time that travelers passed through tyrannous kingdom repeating the gruesome story. The Queen Random was tunnel but travelers about the night ever since birth then King Tiernan thought about. It was that King Tiernan sat in between pool in Ramen cool having just returned from a circuit his kingdom having just gotten back from giving piggyback rides to Smell Travelers King. Tiernan was widely considered to be the best man in the world so they were happy to entertain him at dinner. He pointed to a young man in his service. Hey Ryan who does that boy look a little bit. Exactly like ran. Clinched her jaw and turn Tiernan really. That kid was like thirteen or something. You was going to bring up pools extramarital children when she had just gotten back from a punishment for losing her own. Turns Eyes Widen? We'll wait. The kid just looked like a teenager. He was really just four years old. He told her in the date. The boy appeared she gasped. She smiled for the first time in four years. Thank God what a relief from anxiety and that his name shall be Pandera. David pools retired. Father shouted he had been listening in for dairy which means anxiety pool turned good. One Dad it was only fitting that his name should be the first thing his mother uttered when she heard of him ran and said that. Yeah but how about relief or thank? God but anxiety really. It was too late. Pool was already calling his son to himself. What was his name weary? Nope not anymore. Welcome to the Family. Per Dairy Aka anxiety that summer everyone was called to his kingdom King of fairyland to celebrate and swear allegiance to dairy as Perry grew up pool..

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"welch" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"welch" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"It wasn't until the next morning when cathy's older sister went to the local k. mart to look for her that she saw a horrible apple site. Her younger sister was laying in a ditch behind the store. She was almost unrecognizable because of the depression in her skull where she had been severely beaten. Though she was found alive by her sister she eventually passed away after eleven eleven days in the hospital. Due to her injuries mike god in addition to being beaten it was found that kathy had been sexually assaulted as well and for many years her case like the lion case went unsolved hundreds of people were interviewed and there were suspects but no one was ever arrested then in the eighties all of a sudden. There's this manfred coffee. They're comparing cases too and there was some odd details that stood out about fred now he'd left the navy in nineteen seventy five and moved to montgomery county in march of one thousand nine hundred seventy five so that was only like four months before kathy's murder right yup and it was the same month that the lion girls went missing fred who looked dangerously like tape recorder man had just started needed a new job at a place called virtual labs and virtual labs was just across the street from where kathy was found and the parking lot for virtual labs bernard the apartment complex. Kathy lived and that's not even the most incriminating part when cathy was found back in july of seventy five the the newspapers had reported on the case and when they reported on it accurately. They said that she had been found alive. Now without explanation and the very same day this is published fred coffee left his brand new job a job that he'd only been out for months without saying a word without giving notice nothing oh so he fled i mean that's what it seems like so this put him on the radar in kathy's case and in the same name breath like put him on their radar for the lion sister case but there must have been a problem and i don't know what that problem was exactly but they were never able to to link him definitively to either case and according to the justice for amanda site her mom claims that coffee is suspected in twelve twelve murders in five other states. Oh my god i mean i know this guy is like prolific but as far as i can tell no additional charges have been filed now there was one particular case could find his name linked to in the news. It was a five year old named nelie smith who went missing after playing outside of her apartment complex just like amanda and this girl lived in the very same complex as fred coffee but there was like a news article from july of two thousand fifteen saying that police were gonna compare his d._n._a. To the crime scene evidence and nothing else yes. How many times have we seen this <hes> so we don't know if it's a match. I don't know if it wasn't it was ever even tested exactly like. I don't know if they're even still waiting. I mean we know how long sometimes these backlogs our could they be. You said that he was going to be up for parole eventually. Do you think they might be waiting to charge him. Tell them maybe that seems really risky. Don't you think like just charge him now. I mean this guy seventy by the time you'd be up for parole per fresh case i mean he could very likely be dead. I mean yeah. I guess i don't know north carolina law very well but maybe it's like a time serve type of thing there that could be like if they have that that law all where they charged him now they would count time serve. Maybe that's why they're not doing it but i honestly don't know i'm not familiar with north carolina law. It just seems strange to me that they would do this. Article article another be zero follow yeah but it could also be like. I said earlier that the testing just isn't completed. I have no idea either about the backlog in north carolina so now and then fred coffee got connected to a lot of cases but he hasn't been officially convicted of anything new in february of this year two dozen nineteen there was a news article stating that police were now re evaluating and resubmitting key dna evidence in dan cathy's case but we don't know what that is and we don't know how long that will take again the other articles from two thousand fifteen trying to connect fred coffee to something who who knows if they just started in february two thousand nineteen for kathy beatty when that's going to be done right so it very well could be that in the coming months or years we find out that fred has something something to do with kathy's murder or we find out that all of his actions were just like very weird and strange coincidences and that's that's very possible because for a long time people thought the lion sister's disappearance and kathy's cases were connected but the more we learn about the lion case the more we can be sure fred coffee wasn't the man responsible because it was a man by the name of ray maleski that would break this case wide open decades later the name raimo laskey didn't mean anything right away when police first arrested him for the murder of his wife and son in nineteen seventy seven but years would pass and informants from prison started coming forward one by one saying that ray hey was talking in prison saying he knew something about those two girls in montgomery county who went missing a couple of years before he was arrested by his his own admission to police. He said he knew something and would be willing to talk in exchange for a more favorable prison sentence. Now police try talking to him tried. Searching his is please but that never got any kind of real evidence on him. He ended up passing away in two thousand and four so any chance of a cold case team getting anything real out of him. Directly would be tough but man they kept coming back to him because he looked so good for the lion case he lived in the area in one thousand nine hundred seventy five. He looked so much like the composite sketch of taper quarter man and above all else he he was an torius pedophile for years. All police had was this suspicion about rain maleski this gut feeling that they knew ooh. He was there guy but he had slipped through their fingers. Cold-case teams came and went and it wasn't until two thousand thirteen that one in detective by sheer luck. Maybe even divine intervention came across a report that could mail maleski a report support that would change absolutely everything about this.

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