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"wilburn" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"That was cool. I appreciate you guys when you learn about something on this podcast. And then you share it with other people. Please continue to do that. I tell you that is something that is really beneficial for us and it allows us to continue to keep this thing going. We want to grow this podcast and we're going to continue to do that. But we can't do it without your help without your support. And of course, as always, I'm an open book. If you have ideas or if you have something you want to share with me, please, feel free to share it, but we're going to continue to move this ship forward. And we certainly it's always nice to have people like you listening our listeners are loyal listeners as the wind at our backs. So thank you for that. I talked about Michael la salata from Helen and then we also finally sat down with Alex holder English who is the marketing and kind of PR rep there at XNA airport, a fly XNA, and we originally had interviewed Alex pre-pandemic and then that episode seemed to not make any sense just because nobody was traveling, but then we finally got back to traveling again. Which I've even done, I've been on the road to see some clients. I'm even going to see some clients next month and the month of November, as we record this, but I think that Alex had a great story to share about how the airport is changing fundamentally some of the things that we're going to see happen. There's a new expansion that's taking place at the airport. So I just want to encourage you to check out some of the things that are going on with our episodes, especially that when that flex and a episode with Alex holder English episode one 41 definitely worth a listen and let us know what you think about that. There are other things that we've been working on too. Recently, teamed up with the northwest Arkansas council, dot org, shout out to them, and they asked me.
"wilburn" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"They are basically if you wear a T-shirt at any of the SEC schools, it's probably made by Ben and his team at be unlimited. And he has an amazing team. And the thing I like about Ben is that he actually has a lot of young people that are running things there at be unlimited. And he has kind of taken his hands off of things to allow the rest of his team to do what they do best. And I think that's a great sign of a leader that instills that kind of trust and gives them guidance that they need, but isn't overbearing. And so shout out to Ben Clark and that was actually episode one 27. Any of our podcast episodes if I refer to them, I'll give you the number because the easiest way for you to find those episodes if you're going online to do it is just to go to I am northwest Arkansas dot com forward slash and then the episode number, the actual physical digits. So in that case, if you want to listen to Ben's episode, you can go to I am northwest Arkansas dot com slash one two 7 and you'll find Ben's episode. We also sat down with Mary nichol from resplendent hospitality. I want to give a shout out to Mary because she was instrumental in helping us put together a press release, a press kit. And Mary is really good at what she does when it comes to PR when it comes to marketing, creating an origin story, Mary mickel is a genius. And I would highly recommend she left Austin to come here, come back to northwest Arkansas and has just blessed us with her talents and abilities through resplendent hospitality. So shout out to Mary mickel. I also want to give a shout out to the folks at blue crane for what they're doing in creating a new remote work hub with common, which is a company out of Brooklyn, New York, I believe, but they were on the podcast not too long ago and we had a chance to kind of talk about what that development is going to look like. And I guess the easiest way to describe it is kind of like WeWork, but from a residential standpoint and common is going to be the company that is going to pull it together in blue crane is going to is the one that won the RFP for this program. And so common has agreed to come to northwest Arkansas to build out another one of these remote work hubs. And so you're going to see more people that are going to be working on either coast, but live here in northwest Arkansas. So at the end of the day, they are tax dollars and their income will be spent right here in our own backyard. And I think there's a real benefit to that. So the other thing is I had a chance to sit down with Jill dabs from downtown Springdale, Jill is amazing..
"wilburn" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"Michael la salatta and the rest of the team at Helen. Bikes, which is a new breed of BMX bicycles that are being made right here in northwest Arkansas. He decided, Michael did, and his team to basically uproot from the Pacific Northwest and come here to northwest Arkansas and relocate a spike company. Smart move for a place that has more than 300 miles of mountain bike trails. But regardless, we welcome people like Michael that have decided to take the dip and come here to a place that's just a little different than some other parts of the country that you'll find. You know, we are not overrun with development. We are not overrun with traffic and smog and all these other challenges that a lot of big city's face and again, I don't know what the future will hold as we go from 450 to 500,000 people in this regional area to about a million folks by 2040 to 2045 according to the census and according to just population experts, we are growing, and we're going to continue to grow we will double in size in the next 20 plus years, which is an amazing to think about. So I'm excited about it. And I know some people that have been here for forever and a day feel like, man, this area is changing maybe a little bit too fast for me. I hear you as well. And certainly, I don't mind change. I hope that it's measured change and just not out of the box, irresponsible change and development and growth, just for the sake of development and growth. And I do feel like we are much more thoughtful and how we're growing this area we had, I recently had the folks from the urban land institute on the podcast and they kind of shared their visions for what this area could be. And I've talked to so many other people that have shared the same sentiment about how we are growing positively and how we're being very thoughtful and how this area grows. So I'm just excited to see that. But anyway, I digress. I just wanted to kind of talk about that briefly and really just have a simple conversation with you because this is not one that I get to have with you on a regular basis. I've just been so busy working on podcast after podcast after podcast. And I've shared with people on this podcast before that and my day job. So my day job is I am northwest Arkansas, but it's also going out helping other firms to create podcasts for them for their organizations to tell their story to extend their brand both externally to the world as well as internally to their team. And I've actually been a lot busier with that lately because companies are recognizing that voice matters. And that they want to share their story in a portable format like a podcast where people can consume it whenever they want. And that's the beauty of this podcast. I'd love to learn just as a side note from you guys that are listening. When and where do you listen to the I am northwest Arkansas podcast. You can leave me a message on Instagram at IM northwest Arkansas. You can also reach me at Randy at I am northwest Arkansas dot com..
"wilburn" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"Another episode of I am northwest Arkansas. I'm your host Randy wilburn. And I've got a special episode for you today. I'm actually going to just do a monologue. It's not something that I've done recently. It's been a minute and from time to time I get requests from people that say, hey, you know, I've loved those monologues that you've done in the past would love to hear another one, and so I decided to do a monologue today for today's episode. And so excited to be with you today and don't have a guest on the studio or I'm not at a location that I normally go to to record an episode. So this is just me. And I wanted to talk about a couple of things that I've been up to, some things that are happening with the podcast, and just life in general, and I just thought it would be cool to share what's going on. So here goes nothing. First of all, I wanted to thank everybody that has been supporting I am northwest Arkansas from the bottom of my heart. People reach out both near and far. We have a lot of listeners that are outside of the region of northwest Arkansas that listen to the podcast. People that either know me or maybe considering coming here and they stumbled upon the podcast and their research on northwest Arkansas. And then we have a lot of people that live here locally. And they really appreciate what we have been able to share from a storytelling perspective from an informational perspective and just just know that when I get those emails from you when I get those calls from you, messages when people shout me out on or shout us out on social media. We really, really appreciate it. And I just wanted to let you know from the bottom of my heart, how much you guys mean to me how much every listener of this podcast means to me and we're going to continue to keep this going. And I hope to make you proud as proud as I can make you, right? When listening to a podcast, because I don't know that you listen to a podcast on a regular basis and like, wow, I feel proud because I'm listening to that podcast. But I would hope you feel what feel proud for this one reason. One is we're highlighting all of the good things that are happening in northwest Arkansas. And don't get me wrong, I understand. There are bad things that happen in northwest Arkansas. Just like their bad things that happen in other places. Maybe we just don't have our fair share of a lot of bad stuff. Like it happens in a lot of major cities. And, you know, frankly, that could change as time moves on and as we get more people commuting and relocating to this area. So, you know, we'll have to see, but I'd like to think that the nature of people here in northwest Arkansas is special. And I'd like to think that as people come to northwest Arkansas, they recognize that, and that even maybe softens them, right? It softens the edges, if you will, of people when they come to a place like northwest Arkansas and see how beautiful it is and take in the people and see how friendly they are. These are all things that I just I really was not fully aware of..
"wilburn" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"Hey, this is Gary head at signature bank of Arkansas. We found it signature bank in 2005 with local ownership to serve our communities with the best bankers with the most authority to do business..
"wilburn" Discussed on @530 on Main
"I get to feel part of community every day with with my job and with my interactions with with people but it doesn't always happen in in in their everyday life. They go to school. But that doesn't necessarily mean that they have a connection with a larger group. They might they might participate in something at the school but having that one thing that's kind of outside of school he wants to do they want to be there. That's pretty special. You know. I remember my best self to that because you know. They're they're coming to the table. And a bonding experience to which is always beneficial. Well you did such an extraordinary job in the introduction and everything mike you're now on your now on point one little spot there gets to send to you know. Tell us what's going on at the wilburn foundation like what's the experience like we just went through like one of the you know we talk about it. Podcast after podcast now seems but everybody has a different experience with last year. And a half. What's been like for you and the community in your counterparts in your culture. Yeah now it's an interesting question as it relates to kind of the last year and a half You know we are really ultimately about being in partnership with the community with all of our different community agencies and organizations and the city departments in Coney departments in all of that so What's been fascinating is just how well connected we have Stayed and felt during this time when people are in and out of office half working remotely half the time and you know that type of thing But what's even more fascinating is that you know we really love convenient. We love bringing people together right and so we had already planned to to make a move Physical location Probably would have been like me by twenty eight team. You're already talking about what. Where do we need to go because one of the things we wanted to do was have a larger space where we could convene people and not feel no space constrained if you will So kind of in the middle of the pandemic we moved. We moved from great space. We had it for almost twenty years the with now the german american bank But then we moved to the fifth third bank. We are now on the fifteenth floor. And it's a new experience for us where we have whole florida ourselves and you know what what probably is. The most exciting part about it is that we have now are large where we call the wellborn community room. And it's it's it's truly. That's where it's four. It's available to the community you know depending on Sat up can lay out. It could accommodate even commute. Ninety guests -utiful yet. thank you. Yeah it really is absurd there for why. Pin and did the lunch and learn a couple of months back and that that is. I mean it's an experience to itself. I mean you know knowledge. Is there the views there you know you just bring great conversation in it is. It's it's a blessing for the community. It's great yeah. I mean we really. We really feel like this is just a blessing for us to be able to offer this. I can't say. I did a whole lot of work in the in the planning and design and all that i have to give kudos to to the staff who have really carried that process roger jeff north of course our ceo pat but But what you what you hit on his. It is it's..
"wilburn" Discussed on The Toasty Podcast
"Right. You're about like probably stuff right. You know like those extreme right people which by the way may not even be true. I was just. That's what they say. Yeah i wouldn't. I wouldn't call them extreme right at all i would say they're probably like odds it probably far right. Though extreme rides extreme right would be like your area in brotherhood your kkk. Your your fascist party. He thinks bashes fascists. Yes and then you have the so antique within the my opinion really they're like they're like destroyed the world type people. They're not even they don't even have a party. My opinion right. They just want they want to see the wilburn right. It's mostly i feel like antique is mostly anarchists. Yeah yeah and they. The tv does the they're really politically ignorant. Honestly they call themselves anti fascist but they are extremely fascists and they violently condemn it said phasing views it said to save a most of them are have been traumatized in the past and all that stuff right there like people that have a reason to be like hate everyone kind of thing since anyway so complicate that spectrum a little bit more so you end up saying that. A lot of libertarian views aligned with some of the democratic views and stuff like that we've talked about on this show before legally liaising all drugs and things like that that we actually kind of kind of agree with and that's so that's where we end up saying. Oh well that's where someone might end up saying. Oh well i'm lived right will. I've had people mistake me when i say that for liberal right and it's I guess you could say that's right but it's also correct but it's also what. We're trying to say libertarian. Right not liberal liberal right but the reason. I am libertarian writers. Mainly yeah your own choice. You make your own choices for your own body type stuff and that's and that's a. That's a libertarian view. But i guess it's also liberal view. It depends on so liberals like to in my opinion. They like to twist the argument to fit their opinion. But it's an opinion right so based on based on based year right. Yeah i get it. I should have asked that question what i did because what ends up happening is we just say like what we think that. These are that way to put it simply for listeners. How do we do it. you know so. Republicans we've always talk about what they believe. Democrats we've talked about what what party parties about right And so we gave examples of far left so people know kind of what they would they fall in right. They want more socialist governments type stuff they wanna know. They wanted to decide what house who live in much property. You have all that stuff you will own nothing and you'll be happy right socialist party and then over here on the on the again on the right. We have the more towards the libertarian. Which i know people might know this already. But it's zero government you are. You're well let me stop you. go ahead good libertarians. Not zero government libertarian is very very limited government like the net the national defense. Yeah should be kept at the federal level..
"wilburn" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Of America. We are not victims of some unseen 190 year old force that kind of floats around in the ether. Painting critical race theory into our classrooms is taking our nation in the wrong direction. Racism in America would by and large be dead today if it were not for certain people and institutions, keeping it on life support and, sadly, sadly, very sadly, one of those institutions as the American education system Mhm. I can think of nothing more damaging to a society than to tell a baby born today, but she has grievances against another baby born today. Simply because of what their ancestors may have done two centuries ago, And there's simply no point in doing that to our Children. And putting critical race theory into our classrooms, in part does that, within feel corrosive theory into our classrooms is not combating racism. It's fanning the flames of what little members are left. I encourage you to support this resolution. Let racism die the death it deserves being thank yous. Have mercy, Derek Wilburn. You know? Did you see my fox and friends? And you saw the the good The bad and the ugly poster behind me? Is that what's going on here? No, we use that often. When? When we think somebody is.
"wilburn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"X. I'm Catherine Burns in this show for hearing all about birds, and our next story was recorded at the Alabama Shakespeare in Montgomery for re partner with Troy Public Radio. Here's Game. Wilburn Live at the mall. So My wife is an organic water kind of person like free range. Organic Fair trade. Small batch. Single owner. You know, whatever the buzzwords are. Whatever we buy has to cover all of those things. She likes to hike. She likes the fish. She comes from what we call the thumb because we're mitten, so she comes from the thumb. Area in Michigan, and I will admit it was a bit of a jerk move when I moved her from that forest to Detroit now. S o there. You know, when you're married, you get into a lot of conversations, So her first conversation with me was that she's like I really Don't know if I could live here because there's no grocery stores and I say there are plenty of grocery stores. They just sell socks. And then she said, Well, I need a grocery store that sells groceries and not socks. And I said, Well, then, you know this might have been a mistake. So then she said, Well, what I really want is fresh eggs, and I said, Oh, that's no problem. They have eggs, where the keep the socks She said. But that's not those aren't fresh eggs. And so we got into this long conversation really about socks because we're married and we ventured off. But you know how? When you've been married a long time they look back. Demanded here. Know what? I'm talking about Your wife. I just look back on you like this was three weeks ago in office when we're back to this again, so she looked back on me and said Yeah, I think I have a solution for the fresh egg problem. I said, Well, I love to hear that. And she said, I think we should raise chickens. Mm hmm. And I said, Okay, so okay. Now, I need you to help me with this chicken thing, because if you want me to hunt somebody down If you want me to pull somebody to the side, have a personal and private conversation with him. If you want me to burn down our house and collect the insurance money, I'm a Detroiter. These air skills I have, okay? I don't know how this chicken thing works. And she says, Well, you get a bunch of chickens and you feed them and then you eat the eggs. I'm like, Okay, I did go to a private school. I got that part. But how do we get the chickens? I mean, do we go to the grocery store and buy eggs and wait like?.
Haunted Places: Ghost Stories
"My name is Johnson and the story I'm about to tell you recounts the worst evening of my twenty six years. Ironically the few friends I have discussed it with maintain that nothing happened that night say for luggage mishap. I hope to convince you otherwise. Not Guilty. That was how it began with the verdict read aloud to the crowded courtroom on a dark after noon in December. I sprang to my feet already grinning with relief. I was very to hear it though not for the same reason as my client the accused man such a short distance down the table wearing an inscrutable expression he had pale alabaster skin caused black has great across a high forehead and dark is set to deep into his skull but far worse than the. Face of John Turk was the crimes he was accused of as the private secretary for the defense. I had been in the courtroom for every day of the proceedings I had listened for ten days as the gentlemen for the prosecution described his crimes in detail how he dismembered his poor victim with no sign of remorse and then cramped her with line into. Ironically John Turks wickedness made our jobs that much easier. It was clear to everyone that he was guilty. Is only chance of escaping the gallows was a plea of insanity. Personally I would have been happy to see him hang even though my firm was representing him. But I was far less interested in the verdict than the next words out of the chief justice's mouth. Court adjourned. In no time at all, I was hurrying across the thoroughfare toward the offices of my employer to deliver the news. There was a chill in the air and a soft snow had begun to fall. This only served to brighter my spirit's further reminding me of the holiday that awaited. This time tomorrow I would be gliding through the Alps with a set of skis beneath my feet. My employer. Mr. Wilbur was seated behind his giant barristers desk perusing the file fron next case. He didn't look up as I entered and received the verdict with little more than a nod. Under different circumstances I would have been put out by his lack of interest considering that I had just devoted many sleepless nights to his case but I attributed his lack of enthusiasm to the fact that like the rest of us he would've enjoyed seeing his clients hang. Wraps the thing up just-in-time will brim said finally putting down his quill your getting away for Christmas on through the Alps. Was it. That's right I. told him. There is one thing I wanted to ask you would you mind lending me one of your kitbags? I. Didn't have time to pick one up and I leave before the shops open doll have Henry send one over tonight he said before I could finish. Then now get out of here before I find more work for you to do. I had a quick dinner at the club and the underground bloomsbury. I been renting a floor in an old house there rather cheerless place with big drafty rooms. When I arrived, there were only a few lights on in the windows and they stead at me like is set in deep dark sockets. My Landlady Mrs Monks was waiting for me in the hallway. She was shielding candle with one hand and had clearly been enjoying nightcap. This come by a man from Mr Wilburn. Sir She said and pointed to the kit bag on the landing. It was one of those large canvas duffle bags with the brass handle and padlock I was a bit surprised at the sight of it for it was quite lumpy in threadbare for the luggage of a London barrister but it was exceptionally large and looked I would suit my purposes quite nicely. I took the bag and continued up with the floor directly beneath mine was vacant, which was nice as it allowed me to work late into the night without fear of waking any neighbors. As I passed it on the stairwell my eyes glided down the hallway. It was fair say for the shadows and a few wires for picture frames still protruding from the wall. At lost I, reached my own flaw, the landing lead directly into a short hallway with the door to my bedroom at one end and an open sitting area at the other further on there was a very small kitchen with little more than a sink and stove. It was admittedly a bit drab the floors creaked the walls were dingy shade of yellow and the electric lighting was unreliable but I had done my best to finish it tastefully and bring some feeling of life to the place i. opened the door to my bedroom without looking and tossed the kit bag onto the floor beside my bed. Then continued onto the kitchen to puts on the kettle. By this point, the snow had become a heavy rain and the wind howled and rattle the window panes
"wilburn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Some of America's highest pandemic death rates, foreshadowing today's stunning statistic. Black Americans, or at least twice as likely to die of Koven, 19 and whites almost four times more likely when you control for the fact that the black population is younger, I've never dealt with so much death in my life in such a short period of time as this longtime Detroit civil rights activist Reverend Horace Sheffield, 65 had Covad 19 himself in March. He recovered, but his congregation has been decimated. We all experienced death and urban settings, people killed before their time and violence and all that, but nothing like this at all Ever. Prison guard David Felton is one of Sheffield's parishioners. I was in the hospital for five days off work for 30 days after contracting calls it I also had a relative that passed from corporate 19. Fellow congregant Casey Wilburn snap. He was 51 years old. I lost my husband to the virus. I also hit it myself till it's been pretty tough. Pinochet's husband, the one, Wiggins was 47. He die 30. Why? If he's only 47? Well, he did have had blood pressure on and that's the puzzle that prompted this story. Why are African Americans dying in a much higher rate than whites? Factor? One would be essential worker employment. Economics explains a lot, says Professor Trevan, Logan. A second factor will be density of living arrangements and higher rates. The public transportation, use a CZ Marcus Thor, put it of his 90 minutes. New York bus commute. If you don't have a car, you've got to get on something. And there are a number of other problems that threaten the health of black Americans broadly like the food desert, which is LaTonya Holly's.
"wilburn" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Welcome back I am evidence in three pieces of evidence of exhibit a B. and C. or and be right now the other levels which year will be tell televised right now Vince Wilburn loan right now over fire mode yet it happened in a nanosecond could happen instant it has been the I love to use the term default position it's accurate term the default position of humanity since recorded history so here are Bernie supporters and they're talking about fact I will go back to pick up a paragraph this guy's talking about how even a burning gets elected they need to have the revolution the violent revolution in the streets of to make sure that they're not gonna sit back I want to say okay Bernie's election elves wait for him to make this communist revolution socialist revolution happen and what if he's elected and elected again we can't take any chances so we are going to force it we're gonna force our hand that's what's happened every a socialist revolution so here is he says up we don't want to scare people off that means you are you first have to feel it out before you get into the crazy stuff man you know we're talking about more extreme organizations like and tifa your talking about yellow vests all that but we're kind of keeping that on the back burner for now this is a Bernie Sanders staffer but he just one guy doesn't mean anything and what the attention to him home the man then argues that change will come easily regardless of centers because president therefore preparations for extreme action must be made used car director act direct action remember when a sent a bomber was running for president that's a term that kind of got pushed off to the side but which still all the way live in full effect direct action the used to call it meeting you know sit back and try to do something diplomatically data come up with some solution where people talk about things agree upon your there to take direct action as in you want the bank to do something they're not doing parked cars in the drive thru cripple the business in a drive through and they get a bunch of people to go and sit in the lobby of the bank so they can't do any bank business that's direct action now that is the nonviolent direct action but that's so what Obama was involved in Eric holder to well we have all the momentum where do we go regardless of the outcome after it's all over change will come easily regardless even if Bernie is elected change will not come swiftly are easily so the connections we make now in the campaign with people volunteers it's important we retain with that regardless of the outcome sort of the words let's get our country's together and not lose track of them well we have to activate and we need to have all their cell phone numbers it's unfortunate that we have to make plans for extreme action but like I said they're not going to give it to us even if Bernie is elected we've repeated that for the last piece because this is the guy that referencing Tuesday's video release came after project veritest published a pair videos exposing purported Sanders organizer's expressing violent views and one recording I was staffer Kyle we're talking about this for a week or two back Kyle Jeric warns that Milwaukee the host of this year's Democratic National Convention will burn and people will be beaten if they're about senator loses the nomination another recording show someone a Martin wheeze Gerber which cover field organiser we just talked about what we can talk about this kind of in your field organizer South Carolina saying he's ready to for the US to undergo revolution and wants to use wants to see the rich guillotine wants to see the rich getting to date all these purported staffers appear to still work for the Sanders campaign which is not addressed the various investigations in any way project veritest Bernie Sanders campaign says guillotine the rich I'm looking at this guy this guy's straight up on a central casting murderous revolutionary okay give it right over the bottom line off again word staffer for senator Bernie Sanders presidential campaign says he's ready for the United States to undergo revolution and wants to see the elites guillotine cordon project veritest a scene begins with a man identified by project furnace as Martin Weiss Gerber wise Gerber field organization organizer in South Carolina claiming a you know a lot of these guys seem to work the last one of the last ones was in South Carolina to just a hot bed for a communist revolution the US claiming that he was following numerous accounts on Twitter calling for French style yellow vest protests stick pushed the US and says he stands ready to make it happen he stands ready to help make it happen if Bernie I was told I'd like to see yellow vest protests here state side this is why scrubber now if you think these guys are one offs do you think possibly that a lot of these burning supporters they could be talked into doing this they'd find this inspiring I want to go along with it have you seen the burning support crowd yeah we're talk and this conical crater I'm already following on Twitter he says following numerous groups are on the country's I'm ready I'm ready to start airing things up and start fighting as with the staffer says turn things upstart fight I'm no cap bro I'm a I'm straight straight all straight up get armed I want to learn how to shoot and go trains readers know anything yet it was how to shoot that doesn't make these guys analysts dangers get to the rich and another part of the video rights protests to downplay the horrors of the Soviet Union school lacks fantasizes about Republicans being imprisoned in re education camps hi interesting who else did that let's see it was bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn yeah yeah Jeff was what's his name Blackwell said Geoff Johns the god of the Apollo project what will help what will help is when we send all the Republicans to the re education camps misses him talking can you imagine Mitch McConnell angiogram the gulags were founded as re education camps is this man explaining all this people came from America to work on the are the Bella more canal the Soviet project for the communist project it's a beautiful thing was burgers comments echo those made by other Sanders field organizers a one of which we are talked about culture jerk because I was there not to Germany after the fall of the **** party there was a beep beep Tannen S. A. S. H. you get the point a ton of the populace that was nothing not to fight Germany had to spend billions of dollars re educating their effing people to not be **** were probably going to have to do the same F. ing thing here that's kind of what all Bernese whole thing like Hey free education for everybody because you're going to have to teach you to not be an effing **** for this guy the greatest way to break F. and billionaire of their privilege and their idea that their superior is to go break rocks for twelve hours a day you're now working class person and you're going to F. ing learn what that really means these guys are just one off nut cases.
"wilburn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Know made this transition them into the body of work is here for us forever let's just enjoy Miles Davis Miles Davis with his track milestones from a nineteen fifty eight before that you heard miles his nephew Vince Wilburn junior and miles a son Aaron.
Britain's winter election
"Oh Boris Yeltsin has finally got his wish the people of Britain are heading to a pre Christmas election based in the UK pre-christmas poll all of these things by paying party and movement Nicole Advertising Ban Labor launched its first within a few wilburns wiped the Conservatives I twitter ad fell a bit flatter with seventy to win over hearts and minds during the late up to the December poll. There's like the smiths boots most voters will be very focused on pre Christmas parties in prison buying does that mean for Boris Johnson here I'm not really sure Boris Johnson say voters seemed not to mind the idea of pre your now before Christmas how do you think Boris Johnson will go here and he's electric he's which is the hall of it she's a blue life I think she's on the verge Quite hairstyle can I ask you about this going to be an election before Christmas that's why
"wilburn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Davis's nephew musician Vince Wilburn junior also joins the conversation and composer Alan reed discusses her opera reserve which deals with sexual assault and trauma and one to twenty nineteen Pulitzer Prize in music I'm Jenna Flanagan filling in for Alison Stewart we'll get to all of it after the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm nor rom secretary of state Mike Pompeii travel to auto with Thursday to meet with his Canadian counterpart as Dan carbon truck reports Pompeii reiterated Washington's support for Ottawa in its diplomatic quarrel with Beijing Pompeii brushed off any suggestions that China's arrest of two Canadians was on par with Canada's detention of a senior Chinese telecom exact last December mon one Joe was detained at Washington's request the US wants to try her over allegations of violating sanctions against Iran extradition hearing is still on going Pompeii said Canada is basically following the rule of law meanwhile Beijing issued comments on the same day saying the fate of the two Canadians is auto was Fulton is linked to months detention Pompeii added that American officials as well as the president have tried to make the case with China on behalf of the two Canadians for NPR news I'm Dan carbon Chuck in Toronto an international outcry over wildfires raging in the Amazon rain forest is gaining momentum NPR's Phillip Rhee's reports the number of fires has surged this year prompting a backlash against Brazil's president pressure is growing on Brazil's president shy of also not over the many thousands of fires burning in the forest known as the lungs of the world federal prosecutors in the state of para one of the worst hit areas have announced an investigation into why this such a huge rise in wild fires this year also not us repeatedly said he wants to open up the Amazon to economic development he's weakened government agencies that penalize people who illegally destroy the forest environmental organizations say that's encouraging cattle ranches logo's and mine is to clear forest land by setting fires anger over these files is growing around the world and also within Brazil where protests calling on the government to save the M. S. in a plan for the next few days for a brief NPR news the H. dental a former presidential candidate is jumping into the fight over potentially hundreds of billions of dollars an opioid settlement money former Ohio governor John case that says along with local and state governments there's another group that should be compensated Ohio public radio's indie channel reports case because lobbying for hospitals and health systems to receive potential settlement money out of the massive opioid lawsuit playing out in federal court he says hospitals can advance treatment for opioid abuse and reduce fatal overdoses everybody who's had to be on the front lines and provide the services all I wanna make sure that they can get the resources we don't want the resources to be credit away a plan is pending that could allow more than thirty thousand municipalities to get in on the money dozens of states have raised objection to that plan critics say case six group is focusing too much on one aspect of the opioid epidemic ignoring others such as law enforcement for NPR news I'm anti Chow in Columbus this is NPR news from Washington scientists at the centers for disease control and prevention are investigating cases of severe lung illness linked to vaping in sixteen states there are one hundred fifty three reported cases NPR's Ellison Aubrey reports this CDC is working with state health departments to better understand the cluster of severe illnesses that have led people to the hospital the CDC says in many cases patients have acknowledged recent use of THC containing products an active ingredient in marijuana but no product has been conclusively linked to the illnesses vaping cartridges can contain a range of substances including nicotine anti H. C. the FDA says anyone who's experienced an unexpected tobacco or E. cigarette related health issue can reported online via the FDA's safety reporting portal Alison Aubrey NPR news a Hawaiian airlines plane made an emergency landing Thursday after smoke filled the cabin the plane was on a flight from Oakland California to Honolulu when it ran into problems the crew deployed emergency slides to evacuate the plane when it landed in Honolulu officials say seven people were taken to the hospital with smoke related symptoms the Federal Aviation Administration is putting out a call for pilots around the world to help test upgraded software for Boeing seven thirty seven MAX planes the plane has been grounded since March after two crashes within five months what in Indonesia and one in Ethiopia three hundred forty six people were killed I'm Nora Raum NPR news in.
"wilburn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Right now is a stunning track from that album blue green there's a lot going on this year to celebrate miles a new documentary called Miles Davis birth of the cool and next month a lost Miles Davis album from the eighties called rubber band is set to come out but you're going to hear from a couple of people who knew another side of miles his nephew Vince Wilburn junior and his son Aaron Davis are both musicians they've played in the Miles Davis band and they've got some memories of their time with miles at home and on tour I never want to sit in the audience we would we would go to the concert I would stay backstage my parents would sit in the audience but I can still remember as a kid I remember looking at him and said the state that silhouette that spotlight on him member hi my name is Vince Wilburn junior nephew of mine earliest memories are yeah group in Chicago Illinois and back then you could greet passengers at the gate so we could walk to the gate read across as we were walking back from the gate to the car he would get stopped every five ten steps and I could never figure that out I'm like you know what's going on with the and as I was you know as I got older I realize the magnitude of who he was I am Aaron Davis I'm the youngest son of Miles Davis one of my favorite recordings.
"wilburn" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"That was one million study Cooper and the clinch mountain clan doing a pretty familiar song they called it big midnight special on that made it to number four on the country charts in July of nineteen fifty nine before that we heard Eddy Arnold doing the Jimmy driftwood song Tennessee stud that was a pretty good hit for Eddy Arnold fifty nine it peaked at number five in the country charts and number forty eight on the pop charts and we opened up the set with the Wilburn brothers somebody's back in town the song that teddy and oil will burn wrote with co wrote with don Helms we're going to finish out our survey of nineteen fifty nine and what was happening on the charts with that this time of the year and in fifty nine with three songs that were at the top of the charts chart top of the country charts well and is actually a couple of them did pretty good well on the pop charts too but we will open this set up with the number three song re price doing heartaches by the number.
Rob Greenlee moves to Libsyn
"Veteran podcast executive robe Greenlee has joined Lipson, as vice president of content and partnerships. He'll report to Lori SIMS president of Lipson and will work with Robb Walsh to further the company's relationships with podcast producers, and develop industry partnerships. He's previously worked for speaker and vox nest and has also worked to podcast. One and within Microsoft's Zun division. The latest mobile. Overview report has been published from scientists mobile part of this information is helpful to podcasters the split between apple and Android. You'll find a link to this, in our show notes, and our newsletters today, the British podcast awards, powered by Dax will be live streaming this year's event on its Twitter profile Brits palled awards, you can shoot in tomorrow, Saturday from eight pm, or at least you can Jill screen with Eurovision, which, of course, is far more important podcast dot co has launched their new. Podcast platform. The company has a partnership with Spotify, and are working on a wealth of new features and other partnerships anchor have launched. A new feature letting listeners leave voice messages for podcast hosts father's day's coming up next month in the US. We linked to who advertise about fathers day on podcasts last year yesterday was global access ability awareness day. Simple cast to have announced a roadmap to make their products. Fully accessible and ask. Why podcasts aren't fully accessible in the first place, a radio talent agency. The vice agency has launched a podcast division called TWA podcast studio. Hope does better than the airline in Brussels. French-language broadcaster RTBF is calling for new native podcasts to appeal to sixteen to twenty four year olds twenty thousand euros being offered for projects development. Stitcher have announced two new senior hires Sarah van Mozell for market engineer t and before that Acosta w. Why has been hired as chief revenue officer and stays he resigned as executive producer in our podcast section. We mentioned loads of new podcast. That's choose one at random the muff has a new co host to treat comedian Dame Wilburn has joins the podcast. It gets over a million downloads a week,
"wilburn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Weekend, pen, broke and Wilburn locations. Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes. It is ten forty five the rest of the day. Sun mixing with some clouds, perhaps a shower this afternoon, high, sixty three downtown a little cooler inland. Tonight, partly cloudy, fifty one tomorrow mostly cloudy, a couple of showers especially from late morning on the high sixty five right now. Sixty one degrees and mostly cloudy in Boston. This is WBZ News Radio, ten thirty where the news watch never stops. Good morning. I'm art Cohen here. The top five things you need to know at ten forty five. President Trump introduces a new skills based immigration plan today. More on that coming up the Massachusetts house. Approves the hands free driving Bill. Police in New Hampshire looking for a vehicle that struck and killed the woman near the exit four off ramp of the Everett turnpike just after seven last night. Opioid death continued to decline in Massachusetts dropping about four percent between twenty sixteen and twenty eight President Trump will release another immigration plan today. She says Steven Portnoy is with us to break it all down. Good morning, Stephen. Good morning to you, are, you know, at about two thirty afternoon here at the White House in the rose garden. The president's going to unveil his latest immigration proposal. Certainly not as I this one is crafted by his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and it proposes a major change in the country system of legal immigration. We're talking about the one point one million green cards issued each year. Currently, the vast majority of them go to people who were related to people who currently live in the United States or to a small number relatively speaking, some fifty five thousand people who participate in what the president often describes his this diversity visa lottery. Now he doesn't like that. And this proposal would. Scrap it, it would also end what he derides chain migration..
"wilburn" Discussed on Z104
"Wilburn is better known by his stage name future today. Dhia seven studio albums all of which produce various singles, he's third album became his first top slot on the billboard two hundred album charts in terms of his name. He got it. From a musical collective called. The dungeon family is first cousin was a part of say group early on the group saw talent man, they not only encouraged him to hone his writing skills them pursue careers rapper. But they gave him his stage name they referred to him as the future. The story. Hugh tip. Jonathan Davis changed his name to Kemal Farid when he converted to Islam. He's better known by his stage. Name cute cute. It was a founding member of the acclaimed group a tribe called quest and is often considered one of the best rappers and producers in hip hop. History originally called themselves MC lovechild was even as courage stage. Name by a member of the hip hop group jungle brothers the Q stands for queens. Then people frequently calls him. Two thousand fifteen. Bronson featuring Bruno Mars up downfall. Don't give it to you. Lockdown was a worldwide hit and spent an incredible fourteen consecutive weeks atop the billboard hot one hundred copyright controversies arose after the song's release there were multiple lawsuits and changes to the drag songwriting credits. The song was the best selling single of two thousand fifteen and one of the best selling of all time. They won two Grammys including record of the year. Artist? Profile Cardi B B was born in October of nineteen Ninety-two. She's a rapper singer songwriter media personality signed to Atlantic records or the first release reaching the top of the billboard hot one hundred with their next two releases two she also at the top two becoming the first female, Robert Orlando. I three entries in the hot one hundred and that's opt in her debut studio album invasion of privacy in two thousand eighteen debuted at number one on the billboard two hundred receiving universal acclaim while breaking.
'Emotional support' squirrel and owner ousted from flight
"With various anxieties, sometimes people use an emotional support animal for doing that. I understand I get it. I know people in friends over the years that have used various animals, but sometimes it goes just a little too far. A woman attempting to fly from our to Cleveland scalding your time magazine. Was kicked off for frontier? Airlines flight for bringing an emotional support, squirrel. An emotional support squirrel on board the flight. Despite noting in a reservation that she would be bringing support animal the plan. The woman elected to mention that it would be a, squirrel. An animal that falls under the category of rodents, and is therefore not allowed. You know, I'm not thinking that they're being real stinkers about this at frontier airlines. I don't think this is unreasonable of them to ban rodents and squirrels from the flights. According to Orlando ABC affiliate W F TB the crew called the police after the world refuse to get off the plane with their squirrel enough. Men fluffy aren't going anywhere. Every pastor and the flight then had to deploy while the police removed the squirrel in its own. Oh, they must have just been pleased group of individuals at that point. The woman was eventually escorted off the plane by officers while her fellow passengers cheered. I just want everyone to know that all passengers had to plane flight to Cleveland because a woman brought a squirrel on the plane tweeted one frustrated flyer. The stretch it so many different levels how self absorbed are we becoming as a human race? On the other hand, she has a support squirrel boy that woman's good issues, but she promptly should have tipped off the airline just a little bit. Everyone had to get off the plane emotional support squirrel gets a woman kicked off the flight. We are losing our minds as a culture six hundred seven two five four ten thirty. Whatever might be on your mind or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty. We're gonna Gary out and Wilburn Gary. How are you tonight? Bad. I definitely want to