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"frank adams" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:11 min | 5 months ago

"frank adams" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Tinted windows they couldn't have seen who was inside and it was just senseless but investigators say they were able to retrieve a lot of surveillance video which led to the arrest of three suspects James Spencer Frank Adams and Gerald Robinson just last week family members and friends of the victim are relieved but they're also very angry we will fight until the end of our lives for them stars that's what they are monsters who committed this crime police refused to give the name of the gang allegedly involved they didn't want to give the gang any recognition in south LA John Baird K. in acts ten seventy newsradio any auto insurance companies giving customers some type of discount during the pandemic you to stay at home orders and of course a drop in car crashes because far fewer people people are on the road many of those cuts expire this Sunday so to consumer groups are now urging auto insurance companies to extend those discounts and credits according to the San Francisco Chronicle a letter has also been sent to state insurance commissioners asking them to help insure that pandemic related auto insurance relief is sufficient the stabbing of a police dog led Fullerton police to shoot and kill a man please see the whole thing started at a home on west Avenue when the man pulled a knife on two teenagers when they intervene in a domestic dispute police sergeant Eric bridges tells KNX the man got a gun and fired several rounds but didn't hit anyone before you grab the knife again and went outside to follow several family members the suspect walked along with the knife attempted to reenter the house were other family members were believed to be still inside of the canine was deployed and at which time the suspect stabbed became mine and then also involves shooting occurred it just says the police dog was rushed to the vet for surgery and is expected to make a full recovery R. KNX medical expert Dr David Barron is answering your coronavirus questions that you may have as you head back out today at four fifteen please send them to Corunna questions that can extend seventy dot com and we're updating a sig alert on the five in Burbank that's called causing huge delays and there's more coming up at two fifteen it's two eleven though we're apart these.

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"frank adams" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:34 min | 5 months ago

"frank adams" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Yeah yeah I know a little bit about mines mine's library while working at a mind meld of Bristol level range for it right away Ryan Sidebottom is reading the other officer god come in place okay okay there on purpose Williams missed Casey this is because property damage right now and I know I've talked about these friends of mine judge they want to get acquainted with Bristol level I like you to be that guy all right and Mister Travis what's your opinion of these accidents and the demon minor I am as mine Casey both opponents I don't let me speak for myself Jerome for joining with the college like you but I grew up around mine my father was a miner in England he's told me about strange unexplainable things that happened there and well I mean I'm not sure that there aren't the man my name's John not serious you can call me if you like that's what it was Mister Casey I'll get you over all hard hats and one travels as a nice fella Casey but he thought he should have the job I got racing news I wanna become better acquainted with travelers yeah meet Douglas anyplace the old guys the sounds of the golden age of radio continue with yester year and S. for Frank Adams was killed with only a few hundred feet had almost what we've really been kind of a dream of mine to telephone him elected life lights are very bright that's because cold air settles on now or is that passive the guy said this demon might or whatever were there yeah you can see it leading off just ahead of Frank's places right here in Oklahoma yes miss what must depend on our cap lights alone when we go in there now let's go in and out it's kind of rough going okay Franken is help reduce blasted the face before he was killed actually the clothes he fell over your own gave orders not to let anything be touched area yeah show me away from that guy there you can see the blood stains this the slab of rock that's going for that.

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"frank adams" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:18 min | 5 months ago

"frank adams" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Billion is worried is that new super is Jerome is a guy the big bosses hold responsible for production and that's dropped off putting on a kind of an accident now a lot of guys are superstitious they won't work in this political anymore Grogan gloomy Gus had a lot to do with that photo should be settled by now let's go back okay it's a dealer burns all right no guesses here cold broke up nine US has might pick it up from the many users to sound the roof rack while you're gone how to get your fix from grass balladeer this is okay junk has to come off all right now but is that not okay please there's been a seventh Catherine actually they'll call mine yesterday at about my name's Frank Adams was killed apparently by a piece of falling rock like the other men for a few minutes ago city desk gave Andy and me an assignment to go to sleep look around for checking noted trying to model along at the very after last week and then enough excitement you write up the story miss Williams in case you'll take pictures sign with a little bacon at this time the superintendent of mine knows Casey and while the state police have all the facts he's asked the paper to have Casey when a private investigator you're going to slide L. as detectives build their own a super knows about a couple of lucky breaks I've had working with the cops he's got an idea that well I don't know what I mean the city here I know my way around a lot of smart friendly cops to back me up and make a play well I I don't know a about coal mines radio on Thursday good when you're on your own I think our boyfriend in the case of cold feet what yeah I guess you're right and look I'll I'll I'll see you later well I'm I'm going to the public library and I read up on coal mine and I see a build your own tomorrow I will be all together I told well okay say this latest pro product accident differed from the previous ones an important secular Frank Adams lived long enough to mumble a few words what were they a white face demon minor team and my sanity house nothing could be distinguished service center this guy's capsule you mentioned yeah he described the.

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"frank adams" Discussed on The Outliers

The Outliers

10:44 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on The Outliers

"What's up everybody. Welcome back to the show. This is the outliers my name's frank frank adams with me as usual yo yo what's up man. How you doing pretty good by you. Be trying to beat the heat dude trying to beat the heat always have air conditioning. I know you know this zeller's podcast. Everybody welcome back to the show. <hes> weekly geeky e type of podcast. We usually have offerings right up front. I think we're gonna just jump into a little i today i feel like all over the place. I don't know if it's the heat or what what it is but there's ninja news. There's a little bit of evil news. Let me just start off by saying. We'll do an offering in a second but i'm tool fan and they're allowed to you. Listeners may be tool fans to and there's a lot of news about tool lately but let me tell you something. I don't understand standard and i have talked to you about this. Adam and you seem to agree with me to a certain extent. I just don't get like why people are so excited that it's all stretchable annable now because as of yesterday all of tools albums or stream -able now on all the streaming services but people and i know the there's probably like an age gap. I was thinking about it. There's probably like a huge age gap be because the last album was like in two thousand six so since then like shit there weren't as uneven phones there wasn't even smartphones whether we're like the nokia ones but there wasn't touchscreen smartphones yeah and there wasn't anything like streaming services for music or anything like that so i get that people maybe i don't know that they have like cds or what but i don't understand the hype about all the streaming shit like i have on my phone as m._p. Threes and i have all the cds and people are just like online and everywhere. They're just like oh my gosh they beat drake on the charts of you know what who gives the fuck in about three four five six seven days that she's going to go back to normal tool is just not mainstream and it's my favorite fucking band of all time i mean them and nirvana but it's all it's like all right guys enough. You need to chill the new album is not even out yet. It's coming out on the thirtieth so you know when i get pumped about out to like the way the people online are acting when i'm at a show like when i can actually see you know what i mean yeah. I just don't get it and that's not really an offering. That's just like an observation and i i was reading a lot of stuff online and it's like oh. The all four albums are in the top tens in like people are like they're scrutinizing the album art. That's showing going up. Is that like when you stream stuff and it shows the album and they're like. There's this big old seeing like everything's remastered in it. Sounds brighter can hear it some certain things that i never heard before. I like sure you can exactly. It's like you know what i listen to that. Shit on the regular and i mean it's weird because they're the streaming services they stream music at lower bit rates than like cd quality so even to it's down to the point where people we'll have like made. Wave files not wave. I'm sorry wave forms of each each track the streaming version and the cd version and they're like oh look at the differences of the wave forms arms and it's just like look you guys i mean i don't wanna say like this but if you're like a legit tool fan you'll you'll have that stuff available until you already on digital regardless. You know what i mean. <hes> it's like that's how i roll with my shit. I don't know about everyone else anyways. I got an offering for y'all's. It's kind of a scientific offering. It's kind of not it's just something that <hes> i been into lately and i think it's worth mentioning everybody because it has a lot of different aspects to it <hes> <hes> so to be frank because my name is frank yeah to be frank with the with regards to the offering section of the podcast today <hes> <hes> i used to do a lot of a lot of bad partying things in it resulted in a lot of addictions and stuff like that and i'm not going to get into the to the details of that but safe to say i have an addictive addictive personality insofar as when i get into something i get really into it so been cleaned from all the bad stuff for a while <hes> there for a minute. I was really into wine. You know i got into wine and it's like not to the point where i was dog drunk falling over in jail but to the point where i needed to realize what was going on and it it's funny how that works because it transfers over to different things but the latest thing that i'm into is is not bad. It's not a bad thing. It's it's t. Transferred over to know so <hes> you know get into black teas in white teas and green teas and all that stuff and then not too long ago. I made a trip to san francisco oh to the tea gardens over there and discovered macho now. That is my offering today's. Do you know much is out of a ah. I've heard of it but i've never had okay so much is d- just real quick like brief on t. T's all the same plant black black tea white tea <hes> green tea. It's all the same plant is just like it's kind of like bell peppers. It's when you pick them. It determines the color and stuff like that so <hes> green tea is <hes> is what much has made from because when they say oh you know you've i'm sure you've heard that and i don't want to sound like an infomercial but i'm sure you've heard that green tea has a lot of health benefits and stuff like that right. <hes> okay so macho is basically the the tea leaves that are it's traditional japanese t t but it's the actual green tea leaves that have been ground up so you're not just getting the the healthy stuff from the tea leaves being soaked in water in the that those that healthy stuff transferring to the water but you're actually consuming the tea leaves in powder form and there's a lot of there's a lot of things that <hes> go into this. I was intrigued by it up there in san francisco. It's it's just a fine green powder. You mix it with hot water or milk if you want some people make green macho latinos as and stuff but let me word of advice skip the starbucks much stuff. It's it's like eighty percent sugar. <hes> it's really weird when you're looking for. It's really really rid when you're looking for t- nowadays because if you get into it and stuff back in twenty eleven the fukushima reactor in japan it fucked up and melted down because of that soon nami and a lot of the macci. It's known to be like ceremony for japanese. <hes> like rituals. I i guess it would be. I'm not really up on a lot of the the japanese the way they use it and stuff but i know it's like a ceremonial tea and i went recently in bought some macho powder here in a local t. store and they had like different <hes>. I guess it's different qualities. I'm not even quite sure what the difference is because i asked they had the ceremonial quality and then the food quality and then like not only do you have to take that into account when you're buying it but you have to also take into account the fact that this stuff was probably <hes> grown and and farmed over in japan so since tony eleven there's a lot of fucking radiation over there <hes> so you kinda <hes> like look at where your stuff was farmed from and see where it was imported from and hopefully it's it's all legit as far as what says what it says on the label <hes> so it's a lot that that goes into it when you're buying watch a <hes> it has a lot of it's packed with antioxidants including powerful edgy c. which let me much tea contains a unique potent class of antioxidant known as catta chins. That's e. e. c. h. i. n. s. I don't even know if i'm saying we might be kid akins which are found another foods particularly the catechin e. g. the c._g. App let's see if i could pronounce if my science words are with me today epochal epa gala khachigian galley nope no good provides divides potent cancer fighting properties <hes> most importantly c._g. And other kachins counteract the effects of free radicals from the likes of pollution u._v. rays radiation and and chemicals which can lead the cell dna damage over sixty percent of the cousins and macho are actually easy c._g. A daily regimen can help restore and preserve the bodies in integral integral wellbeing and balanced <hes> not only that but it has caffeine the way it has <hes> the way the caffeine works in it though some of the stuff that that that's in it it kind of is like a slow release on your body so you don't really get like jitters and stuff like that. It's yeah it's it's. There's a whole bunch. It's a different health benefits to this stuff man. It's like it has a mean an amino acid l thinning <hes> it helps you concentrate and focus it says over a thousand years ago macho came to japan as an aid to meditation practice during long hours of sitting monks were drink macho to remain alert yet com modern science has recently confirmed the lessons of centuries stories of the centuries-old tradition much as rich and elfin a rare amino acid that actually promotes a state of relaxation wellbeing by acting upon the brains functioning that music nick for me man better mood less stress. I this actually says <hes> this actually says it counteracts some the stress inducing beta waves and put some put your brain in a more or less agitated state than creating by creating alpha waves so there's a bunch of stuff man. It's i've been drinking a lot of it. Lately actually have a case coming in nice. You know how we addicts do it yeah but i mean like bags or just like the leaves. It's the it's the actual it's the it's the ground powder so okay. You're gonna see me like fucking <music> coming up off of the table with green powder all over my face and she won't say one thing. That's probably the way to do it. No it's not the way to you mix it in with hot water like little. I like a whisk bamboo whisk and everything i got my whole setup. <hes> oh yeah yeah. I'm really into it. I mean it's it's just something you know. I would recommend commend somebody anybody trying. I mean as long as you're not allergic to t- <hes> it's fun. It's it's one of those things you know how people have coffee rituals and they like to drink coffee and make their coffee and ground beens off the same thing with the macci <hes> i think that the difference between the ceremonial and the food grade is is that when they're growing the they have the ceremonial tea is the leaves that are picked off of the top that hurling 'cause they have they shared the plants for a while for a few weeks because i think and that makes them produce a lot of chlorophyll so they it turns really bright green and the top leaves are the ones that are plucked off of the plants and ground up to make the ceremonial stuff because those the most bright bright green in with.

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"frank adams" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"From. Everybody and i don't know if it's just because you just moved on so there's different presents about it. She said no like i think it's amazing that you're designing too because you the same stuff that i would like so you know at harvest for me interesting and she and she said you really know how to pull up. How it together appreciate data so now we've evolved where other designers have started getting on board and i would say last year and especially this has really been our season providing. We have for over the last three years but this year we have a half a dozen that we are weekly supply now and they're your loving it. Were loving it before. We got turned on the recorder. We we kind of got interrupted in with a little part of the conversation where you said you're hoping to have this like regular one morning a week. Where people can come almost like you're acting like the wholesaler yes and this was something that beth probably house and i had discussed two years back and i just didn't see feasibly at that time with not having a huge team how it was gonna make that happen with everything else. We were trying to bite off <hes> <hes> but then the realization came that hey there is a market for this. I do have enough designers enquiring and maybe i shouldn't be delivering all over central oregon mileage on your a._m. Yeah and so. I thought why not i have this beautiful space. Have everybody just come here on one designated day and i thought okay tuesday is when any florist is gonna receive the truck that comes over from portland from the portland flower arcane so whether they ordered from the shore frank adams. It's all on that truck in it arrives on tuesday interesting and and they're kind of all getting the same pool of research like in you know if you ordered <unk> campus. Everybody's getting the same thing okay so that's a that's a reliable absolutely and when you have dan big designers who have big budgets and then they're very scripted and they have recipes zippy's right or they know how many stems for their whole which that's still overwhelms me. They've got a big hole machine known so they really do need to start with. They'll do is they'll. They'll come to me and they'll say a month or so out. Hey i have the sweaty and i just know some of the different lovely things that you grow. Do you think that'll be growing during that time and i'll say yes we have that planted and that seems like the the window of when it will go on and then i'll just connect with them a couple of weeks out and say this is where that leads coming with that crop and yes i can supply this many stems or bunches or or no i won't have those cafe dahlia's but hopefully all the beautiful little things that make their design special are layering on top of the standard fare. Yes 'cause they're getting it from you kind of at the less so that was kind of my piece behind choosing wednesday mornings to open my studio okay laura was the truck would sorry off tangent so they've already seen what came in. They know what they already started processing now. They know what they're shrinkage. Linkage wise now they know you know and a couple of designers will say to me. You always have those lovely bits that are going to elevate like really pop. Everything everything i know yeah yeah and a lot thank. You can't get it so then wednesday wednesday seemed like the right day because of what i'm doing too and building my wedding's on the weekends so you're here any way probably working on a wedding yup and so they're they're coming. You said really early like six a._m..

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"frank adams" Discussed on Giant Beastcast

Giant Beastcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on Giant Beastcast

"Years ago. In Konya was sitting around easily just sort of floating between rooms and seeing video games one day with Kelly. So I this is like a publicity thing, right? No, wow, interesting. So he had been bouncing around that day. And I had a last guardian appointment that day and I got in there and they delayed the demo for like fifteen minutes like waiting for someone to show up and everyone in the room was one hundred percent convinced Okonya coming in here. That's what they're doing. That's why they're holding this up, and then so finally, the door opens, and it's just like freelancer dude, and just like the audible groan won't be like, oh, you're famous. I'm sorry. Enter like any other circumstance like, okay, sorry. No one would have cared. Yeah. I think everyone was like murmuring fucking west coming in this room and then it was just like, oh, you're just a writer. Anyway. That's what I got. It's pretty good. All right. Too many. Oh, you were going to just give me one. My, honestly, my favorite memories are working withdrew Joey, and being so proud of the work, they did, like Ethan was really hard to pull off, and like even the Santa Monica with all the game spot people, I came smart live crew so good. And they worked so damn hard. So, yeah. Just being proud of the work people put in for three. I love that diplomatic answer that it's honest sincere. Yeah. Those are the real stars of three man. Those were those were brutally through, you can be diplomatic and honest, the same time depending July. No, that is honestly the no sleep getting it done just very satisfying at the end. But never wanna do it again. Fair enough. So I can't wait to do it again three. So, yeah, we actually sleep like positive change. I think it is. It is. It is good. We drove down in trucks with more people that Frank Adams driving down in a box truck. Drove down withdrew his pickup truck full of or not. I'm actually towers with a tarp over them. The tar blown pickup truck when we were doing gamespot was just full of fucking computers and friend Kim. Hauling or gear in a back of a truck with tarps blowing around on the back freight. It's going to rain is a weird way to either totally that house broken skateboard steps. And there are people sleeping in the back of a studio that we were recording in one. Yeah. Well, the behind the old shitty hotel, we stay at that was fun. Yeah. Everybody would chill out there. Yeah. A real camaraderie, it was definitely like hard work and you just people just sneak beer back fast times. Yeah. Like area, a lot of just sitting with the people in the production pits, like 'cause you would sit behind the scenes during the press conferences, and see, like Phil Spencer, getting miked up ready to go on people. Be like, all right. You got this, like just sitting back there with a bunch of other people just working like that's probably my favorite memories down in the shit. Ria, people working real hard to put on a real good show. Next question. Okay, dokey. No more questions. All right. Then it's time for corrections. Correction, please immune the beast cast giant bomb dot com. That is beasts cast at giant, bomb dot com. Abby. How will pump people possibly want to correct this? Lots of stuff this week act. Yep. You know, why don't you take this one from Tom? Sure. Tom says, I'm a programmer working on the team that owns the Microsoft store that sounds very fancy. So I think I'm uniquely qualified to politely clear up confusion regarding Phil Spencer's recent win thirty two on the Windows Store and nouncement two. Guys, remember that? I do that was last week last week one. You run a. An executable as somebody might say, if you run an executable file that's using win. Thirty two API executed. He's being a funny. Are you being a funny, apparently not? Using the win. Thirty two API is what you normally think of as a windows, program, apps and games on the Windows Store. Sorry, I'm gonna start this over when you run an ESE file. That's using the wind. Thirty.

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"frank adams" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"We're tied Rodney Dangerfield on the tonight show. So we're really happen. We attaboy Jason here together. As far as a parent. I get no respect. So thanks guys coming, but we want to start off with a little news. What's going on this week, not much happened? Now we got a couple of things Thursday, the twenty third. At five thirty at the exchange bar the expert and then would our friends from Tuku'aho and little water distillery are going to be doing like a top takeover. Cocktail thing doing that. You'll thing that they do little. Yep. It's their old school mule, which is a combination of new old school beer and their liberty rum. And it's going to be kicking off the whole Memorial Day weekend. Like a little local school, the little locals party before everybody stars night, and I'll be there for sure. Four beers on tap. We three different craft cocktails from little distillery guy, in Mark, really do a good job intermingling with the craft beer community that Kraft Kraft Kraft, liquor communities and they're always, always, and everywhere job doing that. So if you're landing city, go see little water Stiller look for them on your shelves, that just came out with the gin. That's awesome. Revolver? It's really, really good. So check them out. And Also Sunday may twenty six that eleven thirty three threes is going to have a fun run walk. There's no such thing as a pun run. I'm going to tell you as that guy. I can tell you. There's nose run. I run when I'm being chased and that is the end of it. Okay. It's only four miles and it's easy. I note if I'm being chased died. That way, if you do it, you feel better when you're stuffing your face the barbecues over more, they weekend I have no guilt. I don't have nothing. We're talking about real quick, is that, you know, we do a lot of stuff with the people over time. Tricycle, obrigado. See beer fest. They bring the seafood fest. And they're bringing you witchcraft this October as well. Can't wait for that. That's going to be pretty awesome up late landed up at the park gilda's club. Does it dragon boat race every lake lampy get a team together? It's for great great. 'cause it's on July fourteenth. You can go onto the look up the gilda's club of south jersey. Dragon boat race on Facebook. You can go to our website linked to it. It's, it's nothing like you've ever seen, like, what are you how many people you in about twenty days, twenty one twenty one people, including the drummer, and you race each other, and it's all for charity. Get a team together come out there. They have a lot of stuff going on people. Be pouring beers. There's food. It's Arden arden. food truck, just the whole thing. And John does a really, really good job in Stacey and everybody on the team of giving back to the community, and that's one of the big events of the year. We're really trying to push it over the top this year to do that. We had some other. We had some other news this week. There was two little beer companies that got together mall Mall ones. ones. You You might might have have heard. heard from my dog face. And Frank Adams got together this year dog facing Frank Adams while. I'm kidding. Of course. It's tough it out. So I actually happened..

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"frank adams" Discussed on The Outliers

The Outliers

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on The Outliers

"What's up everybody? Welcome back to the show. My Name's Frank Adams with me whenever we do this but this week we have something a little different for you so the outliers podcast is gonNA take a trip back in time to back when me and Adam were young ambitious podcasters back when we had <hes> another gig going that Gig was called fan mob so the outliers podcast is is mining atoms second endeavor into podcasting back in the <hes>. I'd say twenty two thousand thirteen. He and I and another friend of ours had another podcast called Fan mob and that ran for thirty one episodes and then everybody moved away and that's how it goes sometimes in podcasting <hes> I I would imagine that if I were to dig through some of the old episodes and bring back some of our <hes> I don't know if they're called classics or if they're called <hes> ancient at this point I would find some really good stuff. One of those things that we just don't happen. Having I know I've mentioned before on the show is <hes> an interview with a local comic book shop owner we win over to the shops setup set up everything I got a good about an hour. I would say of <hes> audio with him in his in one of his <hes>. I guess it was his right hand man there. I believe his name was danger. The interviews at comic collector actor shop in Sunnyvale and the owner's name is Phil Safer and his his <hes> Guy who was at the end of the interview who cross interviewed his name was danger. Basically the the topic was digital comics and how it was running a comic book shop a brick and mortar with digital comics on the on the horizon and back in twenty twelve digital comics were not not really knew but they were fairly new still and you know a lot of shops were grappling with how to stay afloat with the new the new way to get your comics and this has nothing for pirating and all the rest of the stuff so do to real world constrictions this week Adam. He's with me back in the old show so we're going to hear from Adam. You're gonNA hear from me. You're GonNa hear from Phil and you're going to hear from danger. All of us doing even the comic thing Atacama Shop <hes> feel free to give us any feedback about this. Let's see what else should I throw in there. <hes> you're gonNA hear an intro to the fan mob podcast my old podcast our old podcast so that'll be right after this put the episode I dropped the episode in as is so it might sound a little funny <hes> I'm just making these two book ins so that everybody knows that they didn't tune into the wrong feed but without further ado I present to you I believe Fan mob podcast from twenty thirteen episode number twenty on the Outliers Episode Number One twenty eight hope you guys enjoy it. See on the other side. Okay okay welcome back to the Fan mob podcast episode number twenty. We are live from Comic Collector Shopping Sunnyville. My Name's Frank Zavala my name's Adam Klein and I we have a special guest. We're always happens. We're always you know what it is over. No No. We're not GONNA start. It's a question okay we have immediate input from <hes> from a CO host who isn't here so yeah. Phil shlaefer owner of Comic Collector Shopping's in Sunnyvale Sunnyvale wants you give us the address of the shop okay. We're at five seven four East El Camino in Sunnyvale nine four zero eight seven so when I started this podcast back in November the plan was to get the people involved vans involved. We're we're not industry. People we <hes> we don't do work with books. We just read them. We like the stories watch movies all that kind of good stuff so you are our first guest who has any input from <hes> any any part of the industry I don't know do you consider. Do you consider you working in the shop part of the industry. Oh absolutely yeah kind of I've been involved in some other odd things <hes> all in the comic industry overall but you know retail retail collecting conventions <hes> interviews that type of thing a lot of different things being you know do some things with artists back today. Little of let's go back really a lot of people would night when when you when you tell them what we're going to have a comic book shop owner on the show they're like well. How do you start a comic? Ask him how to start a comment workshop and I mean and does it come from having like. When were you ever behind the counter at a shop okay so I'll back up in in go out from the beginning yeah years ago? When I was in high school I was a senior? I did work for a comic book shop. It's no longer around it was called all comics fantasies used to be in Princeton Plaza on Blossom Hill and before that I you know before they were really any comic shops around. I was riding my bike all over town grabbing comics from wherever I could get them at you know the liquor store if they'd let me in stop up and go grocery stores all kinds of stuff and I was building up a collection and then in highschool I started going to the flea market selling off stuff and trading and doing some things mostly to build up my collection and then <hes> I got into the store kind of by accident I used to also work in an arcade and I do a lot of stuff with foosball back then I was competing and and so on but the owner of the arcade used to hang out at in Campbell came came up to me out of the blue one day and just said Hey <hes> I want to retire and move out of the area and I want to sell the arcade. Are you interested as well. Who wouldn't be you know I've been hanging around an arcade for ten years and doing all this stuff and so I ended up coming up with the dough and by the arcade and so before you on the shop on an arcade yeah so I had the arcade going in a couple months into it I just decided to put a sign up behind the counter that said buying old comics and sports cards cards? I was collecting football and baseball. I was collecting step and <hes> so most of the guys in the arcade in those days were my age or younger and they were into that stuff to the next thing I know I got people bringing me boxes of stuff every day and then people are bugging me. Hey why don't you carry new comics and it just kind of grew from there. I brought one little glass display case in one little bookshelf was comics in it and then eventually I started taking video games out and putting more and more comic stuff in because I had bought Sixty Video Games air hockey pool here's towards the full arcade thing pinballs everything you could think of yeah I was. I was Dave and buster's like two nights ago. Knock as they're not the same yeah things are a little different now but <hes> so the comics started growing and growing and the games were shrinking and you know obviously there's not very many arcades now and that's kind of how it started then I had <hes> that was eighty five I think and then a couple years later I bought a second store in Cupertino I had for about a year and I sold it to one of my friends. He ran it for four or five years after that and <hes> you know I've been doing comic stuff and foosball as ball stuff ever since so you you got into it as an arcade basically turned it into comic shop and as as as your passion for Video Games is still there man or do you know I guess anymore. No no I got burned out on that you know when you when you're young early twenties and you you get arcade you own all the games now so now I can get the key unlock them and I was putting credits on them so I could ask your like every game I had so I would play you know gauntlet all night so I could complete it and I would play you know when double dragon was the first big fight game then you had streetfighter and all those and I was playing the heck out of those things and after a couple of years he go home at night and you got all the music in your head and you can't sleep and you know it just burned me out so I don't play any games anymore. Besides who's by <hes> video games on you know consoles and all this stuff nowadays. It's just time drain on it yeah so they stay away away from too because I could probably get sucked in but I stay awake with them. You you can't even by video games now without if you don't have a good what this is my game guy in those games I just I defer to him. I'm like yeah man. You bring me information on the Games because I have the time this yeah I will say as far as comic shops go almost every comic book shop back in those days I would say from the late sixties to maybe even very very recently almost every one of them when they started from scratch. Somebody had a big collection or some size collection and brought that in and that kind of started the shop <hes> it would be very hard nowadays to open up a shop off from scratch and do it that way but back then you know you guys just loved comics really probably not a lot of business background. I would say ninety nine percent of them. He started in there and you just love comics and you start doing it but once you start doing it is a business people. Bring things in here and if you don't if you can't price it right or if you don't know what you're looking at you know what I mean right well I mean you gotta treat it as a business and it's hard at first because you're you're collector and you love comics and stuff comes in and you WanNa take it home or you want to collect and he wanted to so you don't make decisions based on business you make them based on being a collector and that's why you've probably seen eighty percent of the comic shops. Come and go if not more because of that guys don't make the decision. Some people figure it out overtime. Maybe you go to classes or you learn from other people or you. Just make mistakes and you make it through <hes> like me. I I had known a business before just the arcade for a few months so <hes> you make you know this is based on that Nafta while you finally decide if you're going to be around for the long term not and there's a handful of guys that have been around. Maybe only one other guy in town. That's still got a store. That's been around as long as me. Maybe even just a little bit longer but most of them are more recent guys sake that have gotten it so they buy most of them have bought in that's right a store was already opened and sold for whatever reason somebody retired or moved out of the area or wasn't doing well whatever and <hes> yeah that's how majority owners are around nowadays and as far as I know from what I what I've heard from my father because my dad is the guy who told me well I remember when my dad worked for you at foosball place <hes> Hewlett another shop before this one yeah I had the store and Campbell ahead the one in Cupertino. I sold off Cupertino than I sold. The Campbell store..

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"frank adams" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Iraq. He won't. Team in mine around on a button spot of this place. When I was being around a lot of. Good just continue. Coming to look at it. Wow. That me. Go. Eddie. Meek little Eddie. Neat. Little eddie. Guy without. That's what Trump. Me the years. I worked in my this as a half per they wanted to keep me just several of coal helper. Sonum, but I can do now bosses Frank Adams big bosses super. I made guy breaking work here. I. He'll. I'm the boss now. Now. Worldliness, Freddie there. There are still about this explained to after I got a camera. Gotta take some pictures. This demon minor. I can see why heavy powder accounts. But a guy having a white patient at dirty mind cagey, but how did he make his cheek so simple? Here's an old kid trick stuff to couple of walnuts. He's. Tc started his voice, but when Casey hit him, very. There's one more thing that show that giant picture that song by lumping a rock drill against the wall. Why did we have luck investing that case that brought, you know, any since it was your powder puff that I found all I can't understand. Why Eddie made that risky attempt to kill? She had no reason to believe the we had the evidence, and we didn't have boy I'm on detective. Everything that I did was based on that powder puff. Casey. Confession to make. Kohl pocket. I didn't even take it in the mind. Didn't know. What's this stuff? I hear about a small time. I called Sherlock cold. Prime photographer starring.

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"frank adams" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Got mine around spot of this place when I was snooping around a while ago. Just continue. That writes coming to have a look. Wow. That me go. Hey, eddie. Meek little Eddie. Neat. Little kitty. What? Me the years. I worked in my this says I have per they wanted to keep me. Just shovel coal helper. Sean what I can do now. Boss, Frank Adams bosses super. I made guy to frighten work here. I. The boss now. I know. Squirrels, freddie. There are still. Explain to your kid after I got a camera. I gotta take some pictures. This demon minor..

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"frank adams" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Nothing could be distinguished this. Gus absol- you mentioned he described the demon minor fours having white faced after Nick enough was killed in. This thing was dressed in miners, working clothes and had very fat cheeks. I reach this minor Frank Adams. Usually work next to Adams. But he'd gone to battle a pick says he heard them screaming me or a back was any bliss the secondary. Yeah. Seconds later, and Gus joined by one of our locations men name Douglas, George travels are inside former Gus claims that after the screamy saw shadowy figure disappear into a passage off number five tunnel. Sure. It was the demon minor whoever the other two man Douglas and Travis were number five tunnel tube. But at a considerable distance from each other. You've got to find out. What's in back of this? Casey. Demon Mina fear is ridiculous, of course. But it's ruined morale cut production and have no that Adams dying words, apparently confirmed that the story we're in further trouble. Yeah. Just one more question. Bill like on previous occasions was a large piece of roof rock on near the deadman's had a rock that take three or four big men to lift asthma's Williams as in the other cases, atoms hard had been crushed his skull fractured Hatton. Did you? Well, it's the miners name for the protective helmet. He's required to wear any. Oh, yeah. I know little bit about mines and mining library about we're down to the mine veiled Bristol level. Alright for it right away, my inside wedding in the other office place. L K, okay, Joan Williams, Mr. Casey has. I told you about these George they wanna get acquainted with Bristol level like you to guide. All right, Mr. Travis. What's your opinion of these accidents in the demon minor as mine, Casey? Both a phony why don't you let me speak for myself their own or joy, never went to college like you. But I grew up around. My my father was a minor in England. He's told me about strange unexplainable things that happen there. I'm not sure that there aren't demon minus got Syria. You can quote me if you like. This williams. Mr. Casey, I'll get you over all hard hats. Travis is nice, fellow Casey. But. Thought he should have had the job. I got. I want to become better acquainted with Travers. Douglas, Eddie bliss. Old gus?.

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"frank adams" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Right now. Knocking. Coming in here. Don't. There's been a seventh peculiar death in that slate. Bill coal mine. Happened yesterday. Minor named Frank Adams was killed antibi- piece of falling roof rock like the other men before minutes ago city desk, gave Anne and me and assignment to go to slake Bill look around we're taking trying to Morrow on come along over me after last week. And then enough excitement talking you write up the story. Miss Williams and case, you'll take pictures. Little big this time. The superintendent of the mind knows Casey while let's take police have all the facts. He's asked the paper to have Casey do a little private investigating. You're going to slate villas. Detectives. Bill Jerome super knows about a couple of lucky breaks at working with the cops. He's got an idea that. I don't know when I'm in the city here. I know my way around we got a lot of smart friendly cups to back me up. When I make a play. I I don't know. Anything about coal mines raid, you won't joke. Good when you're on your own. I think I had a cope feed over what? You're right. Any? Look, I'll I'll I'll see you later going to the public library rate up on coal mines Bill Jerome Nomar. I won't be altogether. Dope. Well, Casey this latest roof rock accident different from the previous ones in an important particular. Frank Adams lived long enough to mumble. A few words what were they Bill? Whiteface demon minor in San else..

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"frank adams" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on WDRC

"The place where Frank Adams was killed. It's only a few hundred case. Golly. Coalmines telephone electric light on very bright unless because cold settles on where's the passes? That gusts said this demon minor would into over there. You can see it leading off. Just ahead of Frank's place is right here. Dot com. Yes. Must depend on our cap lights alone. When we go in there. Let's go in granny kind of rough going. Franken is helper. Just blasted a face before he was killed actually the all over Jerome gay voters. Not anything be touched. Here. We are show me way guy there. See the bloodstain. Rockets blamed for the yes. Half a tonne pace. Travers who it's me. Down for me to meet your guess. How should I know they supposed to be here too? Yeah. This is miss Williams. And Mr. Casey Burt Douglas. Look if you're a Cup, Mr. Casey, I might as well tell you right now. I don't know anything about those accidents. You think they've been accidents? Douglas. I certainly don't believe in that demon minus stuff, maybe more sense. If you believe, well, here's all gloomy. Gus and helper ready? Hello, Mr. Trevor's, Douglas Garson. I just got a message Casey Williams wanna have a talk with all of your at bless and Gus hap-. So. All I know about the accident. Mr. Casey is that poor Frank was nine there with Gus kneeling beside him. When I come running in that big slab of roof. Rod. Got hymns. Speak that. You're nuts. Maybe isn't Douglas. Same travers. You don't I'm keeping an open mind. Just pick up out of that cold. Nothing KC. It was something you just stick it in your pocket. I talk about it later. Well, there's no reason for me to keep you your work. You can go ahead. Just got hit Douglas. I wanna talk to all again about an hour from now. Okay. Going down five. Come on. This is screwy taken guy off his job. You talk with me later. All right. I go back to work. Casey. I don't quite understand like to examine this place. With miss Williams alone was to Travers, if you don't mind or you want me to go to only outside the tunnel. Few minutes. Call you when I'm through. I'll wait for your call. About Casey Annie, I want one of those four guys to get very nervous. Now, what was it? The code and take a look. Black powder. Just an ordinary powderpuff covered with cold Danny and underneath the coal dust. How get it any the white face of the demon minor white powder. And then after he made his kill only had to do was to rub some coal dust on his face over the powder, and he could reappear almost instantly and his normal characters. Have been murdered in how nobody can lift the huge rocks. The crush their skull couldn't killer of his victims hunk of rock that he could handle and then dragged the bodies over near another piece too big to handle just to make things look like they weren't. But why were the murders committed and who done? I'm going to call Travers back and leave you here with him. The excuse that I want to explore some of those side alone do after that. Gonna make that powder puff very nervous guy. I portion of Casey crime photographer more after these. More Hollywood three.

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"frank adams" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on WDRC

"Casey this latest roof rock accident different from the previous ones in an important particular. Frank Adams lived long enough to mumble. A few words what were they? Whiteface demon minor. Nothing could be distinguished. Mentioned he described the demon minor before having a white faced. Was killed. Thing was dressed in miners, working clothes and had very fat cheeks. Who was the first to reach this minor Frank Adams? Usually work next to Adams, but he'd gone to battle a pick says he heard them screaming me or it back. Yeah. Seconds later. He and Gus join the one of our men Douglas. George travels are inside Forman. Claims that after the screamy saw shadowy figure disappear into a passage off number five tunnel. Sure. It was the demon minor whoever the other two men Douglas and Travis were number five tunnel to but at a considerable distance from each other. Gotta find out. What's in back of his Casey? Demon Mina fear is ridiculous, of course. But it's ruined morale cut production and have. Now that Adams dying words apparently confirmed the demon story, we're in trouble. Yeah. Just one more question. Bill like on previous occasions was a large piece of roof rock on near the deadman's had. Yeah. Slab of rock that take three or four big men to lift. Yes. Ms Williams, as in the other cases Adams hard had been crushed his skull fractured. It's the miners name for the protected helmet. He's required to.

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"frank adams" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"frank adams" Discussed on WDRC

"Nothing. Coming in here. Been seventh peculiar Denton that slate Bill Komine. Yesterday. Wider named Frank Adams was killed by a piece of falling roof rock before go city gave me an assignment to go to sleep Bill. Look around. Tomorrow on come along. Me at the last week and then enough excitement. You write up the story. Williamson case you'll take pitchers. Superintendent of the mind knows Casey, while the state police have all the facts, he's asked the paper to have Casey. Investigating go into slate villas. Detectives. Build your own. The super knows about a couple of lucky breaks at work. You wanna cops? He's got an idea that. Well, I don't know. The city here. I know my way around we've got a lot of smart friendly cups tobacco up when I make a play. Well, I I don't know. Anything about coal mines raid, you won't good. When you're on your own. I. Geico. I guess you're right. Any? See you later. I'm going to public library read up on coal mines. Bill Jerome Nomar. I won't be all together. Dope. Well,.

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"frank adams" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"frank adams" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Input in high regards. We could have a recession the end of next year into two thousand and twenty I'm watching that yield curve is it is it flattens because that's sometimes not all the time. Sometimes an indication that that, you know, months down the road, we could be headed for a recession. So we may take risk off the table going into next year mid year, depending on what goes on between now. And then, but right now, we think we're going to recover from this volatility that we're in. We don't see recession right now. I'm putting it on our radar screen for twelve eighteen twenty four months from now. But right now, we're still optimistic that the stock market will do good, and we're overweight stocks in. No, we're going to is is is uncomfortable. As this feels. I know we're gonna come out of this correction and remember when we come out when that stock market turns it turns folks, it bounces and you don't wanna be out. You don't wanna be you know, that that caller who said, well, I'm in a wait till the investment goes up, and then invest money why invest now so that when it goes up, you're making money. That's how investors have the think let's go back to the phone lines. We have John on hold. Hello, john. Hello. How are you? I'm good. Thank you. What can I help you with today? My wife has been talking to be about putting some money into goal. I have no interest in putting. This is this is the time of the year. I I was at a fundraiser last night, and my wife did the same thing is is attorney Adams from Frank or TIMMY, Ryan from Frank Adams jeweler came to say, hi door. I happen to just come to them and come looking for my wife, and she's talking to this jeweler. And I said, listen, I have a I have a protection order on. You. You're supposed to stay away from my wife. I don't want you talking about all this gold, jewelry, and diamonds and glitter and everything else so tongue in cheek. It's holiday times, the only gold you should be buying for your wife is is maybe something nice to put under the tree. We don't like gold now that may change we have an old owned gold since two thousand and eleven gold is a sucker bet away because you have to have a buyer, and you have to have a seller. There's no intrinsic value for it doesn't pay dividends. It's the what do you do with gold people in the far east the Pacific rim? Save it people in India by it is is jewelry. I think there's less than fifteen percent of it is industrial use in in in in some dental implants and stuff, but there's really nothing to do with gold. So I wouldn't be rushing out to buy gold feels good because people feel that it's safe. But heck where we're at twelve hundred dollars an ounce. We rent nineteen hundred dollars an ounce in two thousand eleven you know, for thirty five years we were. Were we were under eight hundred dollars an ounce. Just be careful if you do added to the portfolio, John no more than five ten percent of your overall invested assets. Way to put a little money into goal without dealing with coins. In that. Is there is there? Most of my friends are in band guys. Do they have a not? Not aware that they have a goal. They do that. They actually have a precious metals fund, which will have gold in it. And if you're at the end guard, you can buy an ETF through vanguard, and it's G L D is the symbol in. It's basically the next best thing. I always tell people don't go out and buy real gold. These days. One a lot of.

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"frank adams" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"frank adams" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"The i like they always tend to like have like some kind of small technical problem and when i mean small stream down and we're like trying to put it back up like requ and luckily we have this amazing team of stream engineers who you know move a fuck satellite and crazy because they don't talk do much you knew they're geniuses but they're very quiet and then all of a sudden something happens and they'll pull it laptops and no one knows what they're doing and then the like stop hands go back to their like really nice hotel and i don't know what it's like you're saying was that i know they did something cool last year they're always this year they're doing the same thing rerouted it and i don't understand any of the words that they're saying everyone's pumps by fix shit that i can't fix their that was like the thing for some years there where they're literally just like hey we got a satellite truck yes satellite heidi three to get these press conferences that was what they were doing when we got back we got to cbs and like oh what's this operation look like these days because i remember what it used to be just like drive these tapes to the satellite truck articulate frank adams hall in a generator up to the top of that santa monica thing that year like something it was the year the truck parked in front of the satellite truck to truck parked in front of the satellite dish blocking the reception press conferences and it's like we need to move this truck real class now changed yeah weird language i got some bandwith with on nor set three i could free up all right we're gonna hit the down refine it's going to be fine jeff back laura wouldn't you come to shows like.

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