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"matthew design" Discussed on The Dregs

The Dregs

05:04 min | 3 months ago

"matthew design" Discussed on The Dregs

"And it's weird. So that's insane. Mike does he have chats with them. Like matthew design. Hey jason. how's it. Going man means cool and all that probably this guy is a british accent so i feel like anyone who has an accent in taxes. Like instant best friends so it wouldn't surprise me. Canadian accent go over in a oh go greats actually if you just throw the a is everywhere. People go crazy in your arm. Sorry like the way you say. Sorry story that one. I can imagine matthew pulling up the school and like every time he pulls up like into the roundabout in front of the school. It's like a. It's a lincoln commercial now. Open up the doors slow. Polls down the sunglasses and you're like are cut but there's no crew there. I love that. And he's playing with his dominant index finger. And you're like what are you doing. Yeah all day. That's exactly what he's doing in his lincoln so cool voice over for the ad to then being recorded. yeah exactly that. Nobody's recording this. What the hell are you doing embarrass me. So how did beer find. You really like what. What made you start a beer instagram account. I don't know i'm just always liked fear Even when i was underage drinking downtown on six three and just gravitated towards beer versus any cocktails which is kind of weird for a female in like two thousand and nine. I don't know all females like never drank beer. I was like that one person. But i don't know it just grew into an obsession and then my brother-in-law hebrew in austin and then that got me down another worm hole but Yeah craft beer is definitely feeding over in the past like five six seven years. So do you remember what beer you started drinking. Yeah the cheapest ones. It's called a lone star beer baby either that or ribbons mcconnell in true detective lonestar. Descend all over does it. I mean it's honestly the cheapest is achieved. Good solid like crappy. Beer you know and it has it has good labeling and i love it so it's i actually have one in my fridge. I haven't i haven't drinkin- in it. It's been there since september. it probably should. I probably should do like shot down with that. One schalken sunday thursdays hugging there. Oh my god. I worked more. That's why bring in the bills. Baby come on. And i am a little disappointed that she said lone star beer there because i'm I'm a rewatching king of the hill..

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"matthew design" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

02:29 min | 4 months ago

"matthew design" Discussed on 20/20

"The excitement for this wedding with palpable. With my friends we started pulling at the wedding century. It just felt like this was going to be a kindle a royal wedding if started to feel like shoes princess diana being many of us were very concern about what we're going to wear when you wear a that. The pope is ad and the obamas are at like. I just don't have not just one special outfit but three or four for the most expensive shopping trip remarks marines so on top of everything else he. I said that the pope was going to allow both of us to take communion in a church during the wedding which also would be highly controversial because divorces are not allowed to take communion in the catholic church and then he adds to it that have so many lovely gay friends and because of because of matthew designing your address he wants to open it up so that if gays wants to take communion wedding ceremony. They can do that too. I grew up catholic and unsafe. Wow this is unbelievable. This is really gonna happen. This would be timing your life. That was the moment that you were accepted. And after the wedding they decided benita and her daughter were going to move to barcelona with palo where he had a home benita quitter television jobs and pulled her daughter out of her private school and got ready to move and relief three or four times. We were supposed to go to barcelona and every time at the last minute. There was an emergency surgery every single time leaving her job and having been there. I was kinda like well. That's odd. I had asked group of girlfriends to stop walking up to the reception desk to pay. And i pull out my phone see this email. The subject line says the pope.

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"matthew design" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

08:08 min | 11 months ago

"matthew design" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Dating back at least the seventeen hundreds people of Europe drank natural mineral water believed to cure of variety of illnesses like gallstones scurvy. Even bathing from these natural springs was seen as therapeutic. People literally went for the waters, though that freezes only hanging on its fingernails through the expression I'm not here for the water's usually set of someplace. You don't want to be like work. Many people tried to sell the water off site, but packaging and transportation at the time were prohibitively difficult and expensive, so they went with the next best thing. They'd manufacture their own water. Fine I'll make my own mineral water with blackjack and hookers. Most y'all are confused, but one person just snorted coffee through their nose. Mark my words. In seventeen sixty seven British chemist Joseph priestley tried carbonated water as you would beer by fermentation with yeast. The results were weak, but they worked in seventeen, seventy two. He published a paper entitled impregnating water with Fixed Air. priestley's apparatus, which featured a bladder between the generator and the absorption tank to regulate the flow of carbon dioxide was soon joined by a wide range of variants. However, it wasn't until seventeen eighty one that carbonated water could be produced on a large enough scale with the establishment of companies specializing in producing artificial mineral water. Others improved on Priestley's work, and while he did get respect from the scientific community, he didn't make anything for the invention that made possible a four hundred billion dollar a year industry. American, Inventor John Matthews designed a Soda Fountain that Could Produce Enough carbonated water for all his customers all day in eighteen, thirty, two, leading to the opening of the First Soda Fountain. In Their Heyday Soda Fountains were elaborately decorated places for rejuvenation more like a walk-through health retreat a snack counter and they were usually found in pharmacies. Pharmacists already used sweet tasting flavor syrups like lemon lime to mask the taste of bitter medicines like Quinine, an iron liquid medicine, being the standard form time rather than pills. At some sparkling water and you've got something new on your hands. Sas Parrilla for example was used to treat syphilis, supposedly and phosphoric acid and ingredient in most colas was thought to help with hypertension. The oldest major soft drink America Dr Pepper was created by Pharmacist Charles Alderson in eighteen, eighty, five and marketed as an energy, drink and brain tonic. Soda, the Effervescent News Hadn't medicine. We might be frustrated by. It takes a new medication to get to the market or top of mine a new vaccine, but it beats the old way of doing things at least from the consumer side from the manufacturer's side. The late nineteenth century, the era of the patent medicine was the best time to be alive. You could put anything you wanted in a bottle and call it medicine. You could still go around calling yourself doctor without having to prove it. Mix Up some tap water. Whatever's handy something bitter to make? It tastes like medicine, and then something sweet, so it's not too bitter, and of course if you can booze and hard drugs. Have Pretty printed with filigree and vague, sometimes contradictory claims and watch the money roll in. Behold the age of the patent medicine. Patent medicines are named after the letters patent probably letters patent since it was granted by the English crown. The first letters patent given to an inventor of a secret remedy was issued in the late seventeenth century. The patent granted the medicine maker a monopoly on his particular formula. The term patient medicine came to describe all prepackaged medicine sold over the counter without a doctor's prescription early English patent medicines sold like Jordan's in the colonies like dice Dr Bateman drops, whose original patent was granted by King George, the I in seventeen, twenty six, and was still available into the twentieth century. Not About to let the Brits make off with all the Lucre America began to cultivate their own patent medicines, an industry that boomed in the decades leading up to the civil war in the US very few patent medicines actually had a patent. You could get yourself a bottle. Love hosters celebrated stomach. Bidders Phero China John cleese Kella CEO. Bark and iron tonic reaches embrocations Emerson's Rheumatic Cure. Brooks's Barefoot Appointment SP Goff's magic oil, ligament or something just called salvation oil patent medicine actually played its own small part in the war. The government tax their sale along with the sales of matches, playing cards perfumes at L. to fund the war effort and repay military debt. Just like cigarettes today, patent medicines had to have a tax stamp on them for decades. Thirty years after the civil war, the government returned to Patent Medicine Taxation to fund the Spanish American war, which ran from eighteen, ninety eight to nineteen o two using a distinctive battleship stamp. The second half of the nineteenth century with the rapid growth of industrialization and populations in American cities was a high point for such hokum. Literacy was also improving with meant that they were more magazines and newspapers for patent medicine makers to advertise in and more people who could actually read the ads. There was also a pervasive and widespread distrust for medicine of the day. This was the era of heroic, medicine. Doctors went to extremes like bloodletting and purgatory gives to cure disease. We. Know now that making it already sick person poop their brains out or cutting them with a blade that you didn't know you needed to wash between. Patience is a bad idea, but back then it was no pun intended cutting edge stuff. It was also fatal a lot of the time. Many patients treated with heroic medicine would have been better off on their own lying in bed, and perhaps dipping into a bottle of Dr Morse's Indian root pills. People were drawn to patent medicine in a desperate bid to avoid real doctors. The marketing of patent medicine was every bit as important as marketing of products is now. Marketers developed distinct trademarks, eye-catching packages and clever ad campaigns. They were among the first businessman. Two triangles like junk mailers. Free Samples Promotional Chomsky's national newspaper campaigns, outdoor sign, edge and testimonials. Who Else has testimonials podcasters? This review comes from multi verse bracket tallest. WHO SAYS SO? I heard you like facts. Well, they don't get presented in a better venue than this one moxie delivers each episode eloquently and with a touch of humor that everyone can appreciate. She often includes for short segments on the show that are always insightful and informative. I'd recommend this show for anyone that wants to discover and learn about something new every week. Thank you multi verse breakfast, and if you would like to hear your opinion, read on the show. Drop a review on Apple podcasts or the PODCAST, APP. You're using right now. Patent Medicine men even published their own version of the farmer's ALMANAC with handy information about whether in crops and animals, and of course lots and lots of their ads. And the things they would write those ads. Swims. Panacea purportedly cured all belette diseases, including scruffy La chronic rheumatism ulcers, old sores boils and car bungles, diseases of the spines and wasting smedley Chili paste cured SCIATICA, rheumatism, sore throat Lumbago gouty.

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Fizz Fizz, with Fantastic History of Food

Your Brain on Facts

06:10 min | 11 months ago

Fizz Fizz, with Fantastic History of Food

"Dating back at least the seventeen hundreds people of Europe drank natural mineral water believed to cure of variety of illnesses like gallstones scurvy. Even bathing from these natural springs was seen as therapeutic. People literally went for the waters, though that freezes only hanging on its fingernails through the expression I'm not here for the water's usually set of someplace. You don't want to be like work. Many people tried to sell the water off site, but packaging and transportation at the time were prohibitively difficult and expensive, so they went with the next best thing. They'd manufacture their own water. Fine I'll make my own mineral water with blackjack and hookers. Most y'all are confused, but one person just snorted coffee through their nose. Mark my words. In seventeen sixty seven British chemist Joseph priestley tried carbonated water as you would beer by fermentation with yeast. The results were weak, but they worked in seventeen, seventy two. He published a paper entitled impregnating water with Fixed Air. priestley's apparatus, which featured a bladder between the generator and the absorption tank to regulate the flow of carbon dioxide was soon joined by a wide range of variants. However, it wasn't until seventeen eighty one that carbonated water could be produced on a large enough scale with the establishment of companies specializing in producing artificial mineral water. Others improved on Priestley's work, and while he did get respect from the scientific community, he didn't make anything for the invention that made possible a four hundred billion dollar a year industry. American, Inventor John Matthews designed a Soda Fountain that Could Produce Enough carbonated water for all his customers all day in eighteen, thirty, two, leading to the opening of the First Soda Fountain. In Their Heyday Soda Fountains were elaborately decorated places for rejuvenation more like a walk-through health retreat a snack counter and they were usually found in pharmacies. Pharmacists already used sweet tasting flavor syrups like lemon lime to mask the taste of bitter medicines like Quinine, an iron liquid medicine, being the standard form time rather than pills. At some sparkling water and you've got something new on your hands. Sas Parrilla for example was used to treat syphilis, supposedly and phosphoric acid and ingredient in most colas was thought to help with hypertension. The oldest major soft drink America Dr Pepper was created by Pharmacist Charles Alderson in eighteen, eighty, five and marketed as an energy, drink and brain tonic. Soda, the Effervescent News Hadn't medicine. We might be frustrated by. It takes a new medication to get to the market or top of mine a new vaccine, but it beats the old way of doing things at least from the consumer side from the manufacturer's side. The late nineteenth century, the era of the patent medicine was the best time to be alive. You could put anything you wanted in a bottle and call it medicine. You could still go around calling yourself doctor without having to prove it. Mix Up some tap water. Whatever's handy something bitter to make? It tastes like medicine, and then something sweet, so it's not too bitter, and of course if you can booze and hard drugs. Have Pretty printed with filigree and vague, sometimes contradictory claims and watch the money roll in. Behold the age of the patent medicine. Patent medicines are named after the letters patent probably letters patent since it was granted by the English crown. The first letters patent given to an inventor of a secret remedy was issued in the late seventeenth century. The patent granted the medicine maker a monopoly on his particular formula. The term patient medicine came to describe all prepackaged medicine sold over the counter without a doctor's prescription early English patent medicines sold like Jordan's in the colonies like dice Dr Bateman drops, whose original patent was granted by King George, the I in seventeen, twenty six, and was still available into the twentieth century. Not About to let the Brits make off with all the Lucre America began to cultivate their own patent medicines, an industry that boomed in the decades leading up to the civil war in the US very few patent medicines actually had a patent. You could get yourself a bottle. Love hosters celebrated stomach. Bidders Phero China John cleese Kella CEO. Bark and iron tonic reaches embrocations Emerson's Rheumatic Cure. Brooks's Barefoot Appointment SP Goff's magic oil, ligament or something just called salvation oil patent medicine actually played its own small part in the war. The government tax their sale along with the sales of matches, playing cards perfumes at L. to fund the war effort and repay military debt. Just like cigarettes today, patent medicines had to have a tax stamp on them for decades. Thirty years after the civil war, the government returned to Patent Medicine Taxation to fund the Spanish American war, which ran from eighteen, ninety eight to nineteen o two using a distinctive battleship stamp. The second half of the nineteenth century with the rapid growth of industrialization and populations in American cities was a high point for such hokum. Literacy was also improving with meant that they were more magazines and newspapers for patent medicine makers to advertise in and more people who could actually read the ads. There was also a pervasive and widespread distrust for medicine of the day. This was the era of heroic, medicine. Doctors went to extremes like bloodletting and purgatory gives to cure disease. We. Know now that making it already sick person poop their brains out or cutting them with a blade that you didn't know you needed to wash between. Patience is a bad idea, but back then it was no pun intended cutting edge stuff.

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"matthew design" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"matthew design" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"All right Benjamin silly man Silliman. I believe it's probably how he preferred have it pronounced. Don't you think it was very serious? Probably was he said you know what I may be a failure in my businesses. But I'm going to go down in history. Is Maybe the guy who had the most to do with the creation of Soda? Mass ubiquitous ubiquitous way. Right he was a professor of chemistry at Yale. Go Jeez what is he a Hoyas? Her bulldogs poises Georgetown. So I think it's the bulldogs. Gotcha the Yale Hodgman's lesser mascot. Yeah he's he went to Yale. You don't say yeah so he because he was a chemistry professor at Yale did make the money WanNa make a little on the side and his whole jam was kind of going back to the old days. This stuff is medicinal. I'm really going to move all my chips in on the Medicine Angle. Right which turned out to not be the best move. No and it wasn't necessarily that. He just focused on the medicinal aspect of it. It was apparently he didn't know how to create like a fun. Time Establishment Right Yale Chemistry professor so he he created to two of the First Basically Soda Fountains in New York City based on Matthews design. Which again was led chamber where you put the calcium carbonate and sulfuric acid together created? Co Two? It bubbled up through water to purify it. And then that purified. Co Two entered a very cold spring water chamber and bubbled up in creating carbonated water right. That's making me thirsty. So silly man created two of these houses and he he he set them up at two very leap places in New York. Yeah the city hotel and the teen coffeehouse right there on Wall Street right and he started serving this stuff but again he was serving as medicine and the impression I have is that it was kind of like. Please give me your money great. Here's your medicine drink it. Please get out. There is no fraternizing. There's no talking some other people notice this and said it's a really great idea. Costs to finally come down enough to where I can get some investors and we can open our own Pump House or Soda Fountain. Yes but we're GONNA throw in some books we're going to promote people talking and maybe they'll stick around and order a second. One right yeah. I don't see that's weird. Though because the taunting coffeehouse was like a very social place where people hung out well then he did something wrong. The other people didn't do that did better. Maybe they were just drinking coffee because he went under the whole thing like competitive. Yeah Soda Fountains like buried him but he was the guy who came up with the idea. So He created the legacy. He just wasn't very good business. That's right hats off to you. Silly man heads off all right so these other gentlemen opened up more successful shops than they start popping up of course once it happens in New York. The next place is GonNa be Philly a Baltimore. Yeah and it was. It was a legit business. It was a thing but it was tied to pharmacies as well. Yeah which seems weird but not when you think about it. No one of the big reasons why it was tied to pharmacies is because it took tremendous skill to properly create carbon dioxide. They flew up. Yes yeah yeah like. You could die at a soda. Fountain is hanging out. They blew up. Sulfuric acid could leach into the finished product. And you could be served a couple of sulfuric acid not very good There were a lot of things that could go wrong in mixing this. So this is tech technical expertise that pharmacists already had so it made sense for them to say we got this which is why it does become less. Weird to Associated Soda Fountain with the Pharmacy which would very soon become basically like like hand in hand with yeah. I grew up in stone. Mountain in the old village of Stone Mountain had pharmacy straight out of happy days and I was like the seventies and eighties and it sounds like the fifties but I would like walk down there and get a coke float in like they were. Put It on my parents tab. Yeah and this was I mean. It seems like like Literally Happy Times sure but it was eighty five eighty five. Yeah I was like twelve or thirteen. That's a pretty great walking down to the pharmacy. People in about how cool David Hasselhoff is. Actually I didn't watch nightrider so I wasn't on the Hasselhoff train. Big Fan of his music but not nightrider but yeah they would just jerk. Minnesota and I don't even think we said why they were called Soda Jerks because that's the motion that would make you jerk the tap handle. Yeah or so to Jerkers of seen them call that as well or so to throwers. I saw too that the reason they were called Soda. Throwers because It took a lot of skill. The mixed these drinks very like on the level of the bartenders that working at the time and as a matter of fact some bartenders especially during prohibition became Soda Jerk showmanship involved. Right kind of like a cool job to have but we haven't reached that point yet we're at about the mid nineteenth century when it's really starting to get popular spreading through through the major cities of the US correct so they're in pharmacies like you said because they had skill doing this and it just made sense and it had all the old medicinal tie-in right like here. Drink this Tonic that have made for you. This Ginger Ale or root beer and apparently by this time. Everybody knew that carbonated water didn't have any real medicinal properties. Well yeah that was kind of the the joke. Joke joke was on them but the so the pharmacists would say well. I'll put some real drugs in here. Then let's see what happens. Yeah like it didn't have to have minerals at this point. But people love the fizz right. They were crazy for the FIZZ. Still do right. And putting like herbs and drugs and stuff into a drink was not an American mid nineteenth century invention right. It goes back really really far. This is folk medicine and actually in Europe. There was all sorts of stuff that we brought over like. The idea of root beer. Were older than Charles. Hart hires invention. It GOES BACK TO NATIVE AMERICA INDIGENOUS EUROPEAN GROUPS. Just basically anybody who ever put routes embark and Yeah boil that. The reason they were making this stuff was because the the water supply was questionable at the time so you were basically purifying water by fermenting it by brewing it. Yeah and making an alcoholic drink and it would be called. Small Beer in small beer was beer. Was a drink like that like the original root beer. The original ginger beer these were small beers and they were used to basically drink instead of water and kids would drink it. Everybody would drink. Yeah usually have pretty low amounts to alcohol in it but a- taking those that same idea of using things like Sassafras Sir Parrilla Ginger. Yeah or whatever and putting together with the spark these this new sparkling water that you could get from a tap at a Soda Fountain that was the big innovation remarkable. Yeah and pharmacists. At the time they were adding some boos like not negligible amounts like alcoholics. Would if they were broke they might go to the pharmacy to get. You know what amounts to like a shot of Whiskey And their little elixir. Because it wasn't taxed like alcohol was. Yeah so they can get a cheaper drink and I guess it was more socially acceptable to because you're going for medicine resident. Go into the bar for leisure. Let me get my medicine right. Exactly what else. What else drugs like not just alcohol like drugs drugs drugs just go ahead and say it. Drugs Heroin Heroin Morphine opium cannabis strychnine. Yeah and this is pre food and drug act of nineteen thousand six. This is going on so if you wanted to pick me up you try down to the store in the morning to the pharmacy and you get your cocaine drink. Yeah and again. The heroine wasn't a pick-me-up that was take me down down. Yeah that at the end of the day. Yeah you remember in the bars episode. We talk about bidders in cocktails those were originally medicinal supposedly people still swear by this stuff for like Tummy Ache Right. I guess I could see bidders giving you a tummy ache if you had too much. But Yeah Yeah you'd be the one to know you like your bidders right I like bidders and don't drink a lot of that stuff but just the name itself turns me off so I came across something in here. Phosphates right on my. What is the phosphate is a type of drink that you could get around this time? Mid to late nineteenth century and even up into into the twentieth century it was very famous type of Soda Fountain. Drink like here son. Have an ice cold phosphate. Yeah exactly right and phosphate usually with some sort of sweetener Some kind of usually a fruit. Maybe like Cherry Syrup or something like that and carbonated water and stuff called. Acid phosphate and acid phosphate. Is this compound that gives a brings out like the sour notes in whatever drink. It's in it gives you a little bit of a tingle a little bit of a kick weird and I looked at Mike. Is this stuff still around Shirley enough it is so I am going to get some and try to figure out what to do with it. It's going to be awesome but phosphate. That was another thing you would put into originally phosphates were thought secure things like hypertension so like all these things that really just kinda came to form a taste of flavor a mouth feel of a what we now see is a soft drink. Originally started out as medicine booze or drugs. All of them would be put together. And you'll go drink in the morning they skins medicine well and this is a time of course like this article points out. Where'd you get this by the way? This is really good. This is actually we give it a shouted already. This is the collectors weekly article. Yeah through our own Hunter Open Stanford who has written some pretty interesting stuff. Yes electric's weekly. It's really bizarre that they put out some of the finest articles on the Internet. Was that bizarre. Just because you would think it'd be so neat though like they they it just be too narrow but they're actually really good at taking in the expansiveness of whatever they're talking about the history of stuff This is a time They point out in the article in the late. Eighteen hundreds when the quote here is cocaine. Was a wonder drug when it was first discovered was marvellous medicine. That could do you. No harm the early days of cocaine when.

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"matthew design" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"matthew design" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"All Right Benjamin. Silliman! Believe. It's probably how he preferred. Have it pronounced? Don't you think it was very serious probably was. He said you know what? I may be a failure in my businesses, but I'm going to go down in history is maybe the guy who had the most to do with the creation of Soda. Mass ubiquitous ubiquitous way right. He was a professor of chemistry at Yale. Go Jeez. What is Hoyas? Her bulldogs poises Georgetown so I. Think it's the bulldogs. Gotcha. The Yale Hodgman's. Lesser Mascot. Yeah, he's. He went to Yale. Don't say yeah. So, he because he was a chemistry professor at Yale, did make money WanNa make a little little on the side and his whole jam was. Kind of going back to the old days. This stuff is medicinal. I'm really going to move all my chips in on the Medicine Angle Right which turned out to not be the best move. No and it wasn't necessarily that he just focused on the. Medicinal aspect of it, it was apparently he didn't know how to create like a fun time establishment. Yale chemistry professor, so he he created to. Two of the first. Basically Soda Fountains in New, York City based on Matthews design, which again was led chamber where you put the calcium, carbonate and sulfuric acid together created co two, it bubbled up through water to purify it, and then that purified co two entered a very cold spring, water chamber, and bubbled up in creating carbonated water. Right, that's making me thirsty so silly man created two of these houses, and he he he set them up at two very leap places in New York. Yeah the City Hotel. And the teen coffeehouse right there on Wall Street right. And he started serving this stuff, but again he was serving as medicine and the impression I have is that it was kind of like. Please give me your money great. Here's your medicine. Drink it. Please get out. There is no fraternizing. There's no talking. Some other people notice this and said this a really great idea. Costs to finally come down enough to where I can get some investors and we can open our own Pump House or own Soda Fountain Yes, but we're. GonNa. Throw in some books. We're going to promote people talking, and maybe they'll stick around in order a second one right. Yeah, I don't see. That's weird. Though because the taunting coffeehouse was like a very social place where people hung out well, then he did something wrong. The other people didn't do that did better. Maybe they were just drinking coffee because he went under the whole thing like competitive. Yeah Soda Fountains. Like buried him, but he was the guy who came up with the idea, so he created the legacy. He just wasn't very good business. That's right hats off to you. Silly man heads off all right, so these other gentlemen opened up more successful shops than they start popping up of course once it happens in New, York. The next place is going to be philly. A Baltimore, yeah and it was. It was a legit business. It was a thing, but it was tied to pharmacies as well. Yeah, which seems weird, but not when you think about it, no one of the big reasons why it was tied to pharmacies is because it took tremendous skill to properly create carbon dioxide. Blew Up. Yes, yeah, yeah, like you could die at a soda. Fountain hanging out, they blew up. Sulfuric acid could leach into the finished product, and you could be served a couple of sulfuric acid, not very good There were a lot of things that could go wrong in mixing this so. This is tech technical expertise that pharmacists already had so. It made sense for them to say we got this. Which is why it does become less Weird to Associated Soda Fountain with the Pharmacy which would very soon. Become basically like like hand in hand with yeah. I grew up in Stone Mountain. In the old village of Stone Mountain had pharmacy. Straight out of happy days and I was. Like the seventies and eighties, and it sounds like the fifties, but I would like. Walk down there and get a coke float in like they were put it on my parents tab. Yeah, yeah, and this was i. mean it seems like. Like. Literally Happy Times sure, but it was eighty five. Eighty five. Yeah, I was like twelve or thirteen. That's a pretty great walking down to the pharmacy. People in about how cool David Hasselhoff is! Actually I didn't watch rider so. I wasn't on the Hasselhoff train. Big Fan of his music, but not nightrider. But yeah, they would just jerk Minnesota and. I. Don't even think we said why. They were called Soda Jerks because. That's the motion that would make you jerk the TAP handle yeah! Or so to jerkers of seen them call that as well or so to throwers I saw to. That the reason they were called soda throws because It took a lot of skill. The mixed these drinks very like on the level of the bartenders that working at the time, and as a matter of fact, some bartenders especially during prohibition became Soda Jerk. Involved right kind of like a cool job to have. But. We haven't reached that point yet. We're at about the mid nineteenth century when it's really starting to get popular spreading through through the major cities of the US, correct so they're in pharmacies like you said because. They had skill doing this, and it just made sense, and it had all the old medicinal tie-in. Right like here. Drink this tonic that have made for you this Ginger Ale or root beer, and apparently by this time everybody knew that carbonated water didn't have any real medicinal properties well. Yeah, that was kind of the. Joke right. The joke joke was on them, but the so the pharmacists would say well I'll put some real drugs in here. Then let's see what happens. Yeah like it didn't have to have minerals at this point. But people love the fizz right. They were crazy for the FIZZ. Still do right..

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"matthew design" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

16:19 min | 1 year ago

"matthew design" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"Rajabu is being ringing bells. Since he was eleven. He's the end of the Chombo during which is going to talk to us about today. And he's all similar husband. Hello Hello Caffeine Right Festival. What is the chopper ring? The child bearing is I- portable belfry. I used the term portable belfry rather than mini ring because the bells the tenor is just under a hundred weight whereas with the mini ring. The Bells are often much. Lighter would have ten fifteen pounds or even light so the the childbearing is the heaviest portable ring of bells in the country. It's actually heavier than Wondering of bows in charge in Cheltenham in fact and it was built around about fifteen years ago by Matthew Higby as an exhibition. Rang to demonstrate. What a small set of barrels could sound. Like when you say portable. Can you lift them up in your hands and take them law but also the size of we talking not quite in your hands? Basically they ring? Dismantled is transported around on a trailer which can be tied to the back of a four by four or large family car and we take it out to various public events during the course of the year and there is a steel frame which takes five people about an hour to assemble an. There's an electric hoist reached lifts the book six Bells Up to the ringing position where they're bolted implies. About how high is it? The Bells Are about ten feet above ground level so overall I suppose I better to metric now. It's about three meters two four meters high and when it's collapsed once he's on the trailer it's about no more than about six foot six high. We've been able to drive the trailer under a lot of high barriers so that isn't too much of a problem. How long does it take to dismantling the game? It comes down a bit quicker than guys out. We normally takes about forty five minutes to an hour to lower the bows onto the trailer and then dismantle the frame so it's it's quicker. Wages as to the total weight of the trailer and bells is about two point one tons so that means that you need a reasonably powerful car or an SUV or something. A bit large Terrett. And how does it compare with other portable rains all many rings? The nearest comparison is the lex failed moby bowel free which is older that takes a bit longer to erect in dismantle and when Matthew designs the Chombo ring he wanted something that was quicker they litchfield bells are very very similar if not slightly lighter but one of the things that differentiate just to is that the police for the charmer rang are at above the whales so because they police above the way Oh rather than the traditional position of at just below the whale it actually makes the bowels easier to handle so the bells model. I can normal to ring the bells handle very much like a real set of Tara Bells will be something on the light side. Certainly. It's not too difficult for a set of Tower Bell Rings to get used to them and do people find very different. Obviously they are different and there is a bit of a knack. But I always advise people to start with the heaviest bells and they were ran to the smaller ones being row. We generally have about fifteen bookings a year various places throughout southern England fight last year. Two Thousand Nineteen. We had over twenty bookings and you often get the case. More than one person wants on the same day so we could have tightened at twenty five even thirty times. Perhaps if ever all the bookings had come to fruition. What sort of places does it getting? We have all sorts of things. Typically we take it out to public events such as carnivals and Arts Festivals Casually. There are other specialist defense about eight years ago. We took on a a tugboat on the River Thames. Because the people planning the two thousand twelve royal jubilee what he does find out what a set of bells were like how on the back of a barge obviously in the end they decided to commission they jubilee bowels much heavier. They're actually now hungry. The show interest James Garlic is but wear on the back of a boat. I and we actually rank a couple of quarter pills that die We've also had on the back of a lorry for the Lord Mass Carnival in Westminster and we very nearly rang a Pale with the POWs on the back of Elleray but those are sort of quite unusual. Offense typically will guy for a village carnival. We've also taken it into schools and A number events involving young people in fact. We're quite Cain to take it into schools. If we can get some bookings last year we took it to school in Oxford. And we'll say took it to a school in Canterbury For a couple of days We'll say this year. I got a book for a Scout Jamboree in Sussex which is going to go over a couple of days. So there's all sorts of events we operate from three bases one in Essex in Hampshire near Winchester and warnings North Somerset whereabouts as it gets taken to we try not to take it too far outside our basis. But we've been up. As far as Birmingham South Wales. We went to Newport last year down to tavern. We've also had bookings in. Canterbury last year and various bookings in Essex so basically the southern half of England and the eastern part of Wales is our normal or area of operation. What's the point of having this rather than people just removed church bells lately? I have a political belfry. The idea of the bowel phrase that many rings of bells devouring is out of sight. That not that many groundfloor rings so people don't get to see bell ringing. I actually being performed a new survey members. The public can have a go. I mean the bells are quite easy to ring and we often get people sort of eight nine Tan. In fact a lot of the events we have. We got an awful lot of interest from young. People won't have a go as well as adults and it's a very good way of introducing people to bell ringing and showing them what it's all about. And what they charmer trust. Ties to do as well as to work with the local ringers and make sure that people are interested can be followed up. So we've got a series of leaflets which we can hand out because some stickers which we can give to young people I rang the bells today And we've also purchased a Gazebo some regular banners that we can put on a display. I to to really get people interested in rigging and tell them what wringing his older Barrow and it's all about engaging one to one with people and mating them and talking to them this cost we have a flat charge of one hundred and fifty pounds a day that goes by fifty pounds. Die If you hire it for more than one day and then we also charge people mileage. Depending on how far we need to tear it so on average it works out about two hundred to two hundred and fifty pounds per event for the first die then extra fifty pounds per day on top of that if somebody thinks. Oh that must be quite fun for our local festival. What would they have to do? It will defer it for them to go about hiring it what we need to visit our website. Www DOT GIAMBRA dot org. And there's a page. They're all about the practicalities of hiring. The ring are insurance certificate so on on what people need to do is then on the various links and there's an email link to us obviously set at a higher charges. Well there said everything's transparent and then people can actually say. Also what future bookings? We've already taken on board what provisional bookings there are and then they can apply to us to to hire the bowels. We need a reasonably level side. Isn't it be perfectly level and we need access for the trailer and the car of vehicle that's tearing the bells say. This impracticality is that we need to find out and often we find if we're hiring them for carnival something like that. They've got their own health and safety policies said we probably need to give them a risk assessment. And there's quite a bit. If at that goes on behind the scenes to to firm up a booking mentioned that they need some friendly people to erect. We'll take down with yes. We know really provide a supervisor. Who's The guy who transports the ring to and from the event but to erect the bells? It takes about an hour and we need. I daily five able bodied people for a fair amount of that time to unload everything from the trailer and how Pepsi Right there critical parts and the erection when we need five people the people hiring you need to know about bill running we sometimes get requests to take the ring to weddings. And the like and those. Come from Don ringers. We've got three or four. Perhaps five requests a year. Obviously we're not that Cain to take out to weddings because the whole idea is to promote bell ringing to members of the public rather than for what effectively private events but we do take them out to weddings but often we find way half to provide the band as well and that can be quite prohibitive by the time the obviously the band just needed to to ring the bells oversee the wedding guests. Don't want to spend an hour getting back erecting. The bows and they certainly want to go off to the reception rather than help us dismantle. So unless the couple ringers. Getting married usually. It doesn't work out unless unless people are prepared to pay quite a bit of money is responsible for administering and managing the bells. We formed a trust the charmer trust. So what happens? We've got five trustees at the moment and each of them has various responsibilities. Three of US take the bowels out in about two events. No say one of the trustees looks after the maintenance the bells I currently where they're not being used and they're not answering about which can bay for six months of the year that kept it. Abban and during that sort of close season which runs from sort of Taber through to Easter. The bowels will be checked over. The trailer will be serviced and the paintwork touched up. And then I look after the bookings and then another of our trustees looks after the accounts say. Various Trustees various roles are the plans for the future. Will we've been operating for twelve years now and I think year-by-year the the number of bookings is steadily increasing. I think at the moment we more or reached saturation point because for after Bat Easter wants the weather gets warmer through to the beginning of October. They're the most weekends I what we'd like to does. Obviously trying to carry some more winterbrook kings if people want to take them into their school into a shopping center. We're happy to do that. But what we're looking at is the possibility of having a mark to Charleston rang one. That's perhaps even easier to dismantle indirect and also the slightly lighter overall so that more cars can tear it that might be based somewhere else in the country so that's something that recur into looking at and we've got some people interested in helping us sponsor eight and also operator say. I'm going to go into the questions apart from the ties that you regularly ring outs. Which is your favorite ring of bells on. Why that's a very difficult question. I used to ring. sedans lime house in London. And I suppose although I haven't lived in London for a couple of years now. I think I would regard them as my favorite ring of bells. Because when I I lived in London there were no bells in sedans and I helped the church over a period of time acquire the ring of bells as I was so closely involved getting that ring of bells installed incidents. I was all say for a period of time secretary of KAFFA signs. Which was they judge restoration? A peyot unweighted things like restore the organ as well. That's my favorite ring of bells. And why I have such high regard for them. How do they sound how they to oversee? Because they're effectively a new set of bells. We were able to install them exactly. I wanted them installed so there. They were designed as an easy set of bells. They ring of ten. You've got the front sakes quite easy to teach paypal on. I'm also able to hang them below the levers and we put his signed control flooring above them so that floor can be opened up tonight the roar of the bells out on Sundays and at other times. When we want to hear the battles but will serve trap doors can be closed said that they don't disturb the neighbors so it's an ideal installation model installations far as I'm concerned. What remarkable things happen to you? That wouldn't have happened if you hadn't taken bell ringing does also very difficult question. I think I've been involved in quantum luxury remarkable things. I think ringing bells on the back of a tugboat and all my shrinking your Pale on the back of alaric interesting. I suppose the other thing my background is. I'm a so as a survey things involving construction have gone hand in hand and I've been involved in a number of projects to restore set to bows and the another project. I was involved very closely with. Was Ray hanging derelict. Set of bells embarrassments eight and the Old Pharmacy. Ac- bowels we sold and they ended up at Toronto CA- sailing Canada and I went along to the dedication ceremony there and stayed for about a week. You're on an actually rang on the first Some of the first quarter Pales Pales on twelve bells in the North American continent so as quite proud if Toronto Bells and some of the people who actually taught at Berman say then went to live in Toronto go ringing in Toronto now close connection between the two towers and my son who is playing the trumpet with the school brass band. They went out to the school shred. Jazz band went out to theron shy and actually visited To check angel so there's a link to actually rang on the bells at Toronto..

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"matthew design" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"matthew design" Discussed on WJR 760

"Now sitting in for Frank Beckmann. Here's Chris Renwick. All right. Welcome back as, as the big voice just mentioned. We are at the natural at beaver creek. It's the second stop on our pure Michigan golf tour here in two thousand nineteen Kevin Hanley the general manager of the natural here joins us and good morning to you. Good morning, welcome. Thank you. Look, I can't say enough good things about this. Course I mean first of all in great shape over the winter and I know you guys take a lot of pride in that and put a lot of work into making sure that it comes out, you know, roses on the other side of the winner, but it's a great course it it's a it's challenging. It's open. It's fun. It's not it's not cumbersome. And, and that's what I really appreciated about the natural. Yeah. I think Jerry Matthews did a great job. It's a, a very playable golf course I think it's when you can enjoy every day, you can play it every day and see in different perspectives and still have fun all the time. So I mean it's. Very scenic. The wetlands are just beautiful to look at a heard rumor that you might have some shot off a bridge or something out there. Yes. Woodbridge Chris Lipford. Our sales executor that was eight is that what that was eight over? Okay. Yeah. So, yeah, I told I mentioned earlier that I hit more bad shots and good shots. Well, I put three in the water, but that's just between you and me. And then I hit another one because why not and it landed on, on the bridge going across the water. And, and I said, well, I got I got hit it got hit it play. Yeah, I flipped it a little bit because it was on. It was on the rail that I had a pretty good shot right in the middle of green. I put three in the water before, so it doesn't really matter. But it's just it, it lends itself to being a course where you, can you can never you never really in trouble. You can always find your way out a little bit. With the exception of the water. But other than that, no. Yeah, I mean we're very wooded. Yeah. But there's usually a way out. And we, we try hard to make the course playable for everybody. So we want everybody to enjoy around a golfer, you know you're up here a resort setting. Yeah. It's northern Michigan. It's what you want to enjoy the day on a golf course. Have a great time. You don't wanna get beat up. You want to have fun. Yeah. Yeah. So now, the, the course has gone through some changes over the years. Right. The new owners in different owners and, and, but you guys are you really seem to be on a upward trajectory? Yeah. We're trying, so on a feedback the mecca did a little architect thing. So we architects out can adorable show both out whatever. So we had the pleasure. Jerry Matthews here back in with it his vision. Yeah. So we're really trying hard to really bring his vision what he saw when he designed it back to today. Right. So we're here. I think we're this is the twenty seventh year. We're open now. So obviously the trees matured, you know, things the landscape of change a little bit since he in, in what he saw in his mind back, then I was kinda come through for wish in. So it's, it's kind of cool, and it's which just trying to give people what he saw in a great experience. You know, it's amazing obviously, with Jerry Matthews designed the course. It's got to be a little surreal. When you get to talk to the guy who made the course it is. And you think about what he's done in Michigan. Right. He's got I don't know how us eight hundred golf course. Design in Michigan. So, and he's just a great guy, he loves golf. He loves Michigan. He's a I think he fly fishes as much as he plays golf if not more, but. Yeah. So it's been. He had a great vision for this property. So it's a beautiful property. We've is our owners ship, like say, you know, we want to be great stewards of, of the land. We want we want to make sure that we take care of it the way he seen it going in that needs to be taken care of, and that, that are our customers the golfers and Gaylard. Enjoy a great experience and all of that, as you, as you move forward doesn't mean you didn't go through some trials and tribulations as well. And I want I want to take just a minute break and come back and talk with you about it. Because you have something happened that I'd never even heard happening to call federal, yes. So I wanna I wanna talk with Kevin Halley the GM here at the natural belt that on the other side of the break here on WJR this guy, Gordon, and I'm here with certified elderlaw twenty Glenn Matic and Glenn. I know our listeners have a lot of interest about how families can deal with the challenges of long-term care, and you're conducting important workshop coming up, what kind of things are we going to be talking about and learning about anyone who attends will learn the newest strategies. Protect their home and life savings from nursing home and other long-term care costs about recent changes in the law.

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"matthew design" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"matthew design" Discussed on WJR 760

"And tourism bureau. Polly, what's up? Hey, not too much legend in my own mind, eighty that's right. I think that's about where it ends on. Hey, thanks for coming up to Gaylard. Stopping in as part of the Michigan golf tour. We love WJR's always very, very good to us. And but we love Gahler. Thank you for what you guys do. I'll tell you why. You know, people don't realize how Fung the call industry is in Michigan were probably leaders in the United States. So you guys coming out and doing a pure Michigan golf tour in really putting a lot of emphysema on golf, not just in northern Michigan. But across the great straight were very, very lucky to have the caliber of the horses that we do in the state of Michigan. That's the thing is a week isn't enough. It's not. I mean I in we could go. I mean what is we're into the were past ten years? Thirty. Eighteen years. I mean, we still haven't even gone to don't know that we can yen yovany everywhere cross the state. That's right. And, you know, fifteen of them here and, you know, the Gaylard area is really really a great representation that we have in Michigan, because, you know, we have so much land up here. We have so much terrain. The designers that have come up here, you know, have looked at this area like an empty palette and just gone. Oh my God. Look what we have to work with, you know, with the, the amount of water that we have we have inorder Michigan sandy soil. So makes for great drainage, you know, heavily wooded fairways, a lot of use gates, you look at that from a golf perspective, and it's it can't be beaten with guesses. The best designers literally in the world have built courses in the Gaylard area and throughout the state of Michigan about the natural. When we played yesterday was, you know, I tend to hit more bad shots good shots. I just like being out there, right? Golf is a fun game. It's a frustrating. But it's this particular course, treetops is very similar gala country club is very similar where if you hit a bad shot, you're able to, to maneuver around a little bit and still score. Well, and then if you're on a particularly hard hole, the next hole give you some relief. So it gives you it gives you a challenge in a sense of because look, if you're a course in it's just challenging challenging challenging it can be frustrate abs-. Yeah. But it it adds the I it's a perfect combination of challenging. And then, and being able to have some fun author to, you know, in Gerry Matthews designed this course. And I think you know, was actually my ten years director, when this course opened in, I just recalled Jerry being really struck with the amount of natural resources that this property has with the woods with. There's a lot of wetlands that are around here that the are. Really literally said those have to stay you know, you've got to keep those in that's where they came up with the name the natural and Jerry Matthews his done a lot of great golf courses in our state. He's done a lot of golf courses in Michigan. He's really kind of think Ben an underrated designer. You know, he's attendant think he's a little bit more target golf, but he does wonderful job keeping the natural train designing horses with these to work with in as this course, has matured, and the staff here cabinet his had done an amazing job. This course is never been in great shape as it is tea complex is the grease the fairways they've redone the car pass. If had a great clubhouse here. It's a great staff. I think they're backdrop other new backdrop as just outrageously friendly. No. And that would be TIMMY, that would be. Oh, thank you. I think he might relate. All right. Okay. So maybe your son, but if it's a nice family atmosphere to it is, you know and, and that's the thing about the Gaylard area. Chris is we had a lot of guys trips. We get a lot of groups that come up here for the summer because en- Gaylard there's early sense of place. You know, Gaylard is a wonderful little community and all of the courses are within about thirty minutes. And you come up with that group of guys, you know, it's about golf, but it's also about being together in about having those memory about the foursome. Doing fun things out on the fairway and enjoy the camaraderie, and just kinda putting things behind. And that's the beauty of golf is that we see groups that, you know, might involve, you know, grants on grandfather and dad, and that group of friends that are within that's the beauty golf as it doesn't require any age doesn't regarding size. Now anyone can play the game. Anyone can enjoy the game. And it's just a great time to spend together and some of my bond as memories with my brother in my net us have been doing little golf trips and we still talk about his day. The crazy fun things in the, the golf great golf in the competition that we had, you know, my brother got so mad one ten we are baton a little bit, and it was for ten bucks a person in. We want on the very last hole came from behind. Got so mad. He took twenty dollar Bill. He rip didn't happen. He said here, here's ten dollars for each. Give me and my nephew to we talk about that, that was probably fifteen years ago. And we talk about this story to this day because, again, the end of the day, it's about coming together and it's about experiences and there's not a better game than golf to be able to do that. And gaillard's a great place to do it. But keilor to so much more than golf. And I want you to hang around with, because I want to get to more of.

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"matthew design" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"matthew design" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Okay. Let's keep going here Adams got a flooring question. And we have our our buddy buddy Mitchell here, and then we have Melinda. Who wants to talk about that deck looked at her photographs? Oh, my God, LA Melinda. Adam a quick question for buddy, go ahead. And then I'll go back to Melinda. We've been looking at these photographs. Hey, good morning, Tom. Thanks for your time. Today this, sir. He we had a house built back in November. And they put mohawk engineered hardwood in the onyx maple ever since we've had it. It snap, crackle and pop everywhere. So they sent the guy who installed it out. And he ended up top nailing in a lot of spots to fix it. But it's still popping like a, you know, a laminate floor almost wouldn't you say pop the sound or movement. Sound? It sounds like an eighteen hundreds hardwood stores. I know what you mean. I know what you mean popping cracking. What is that from buddy? It's either they didn't nail the floor down properly or the or the sub floor of the house wasn't built properly. It could be. I mean, you can say it's the flooring contractors fault that it's moving, but if the plywood and the sub floor underneath that the the structure is moving than the floor can fork and move the reason you get popping. Most of the time is due to humidity changes. Do you have a whole house humidifier in in your house? Not yet. Do you have then you may not want one, but you have to if you have a solid wood floor in the floor is over five inches wide. And I'm pretty sure you're on maple is over five inches. Correct. The wood floor association, Colorado is high desert and you go from five percent humidity in your house to eighty percent humidity in your house that that swing in humidity will make that even engineered would grow and shrink it'll grow and shrink less than solid. But it it'll grow in shrink, and that'll be what the popping where you're sitting there, and you can hear the floor. Pop. It's it's the floor growing or shrinking can you get to your floor from underneath. In the basement. But yeah, that's what I mean. Some people good flooring people or carpenters contractors. They can tell if that floors moving bike listening. If it turns out, it's a sub floor. There's they can secure that from underneath from the Joyce without going through your floor. They can tone is a call toenail in that angle. They do. Yeah. Okay. They can toenail him another thing with carpeting and with a some hardwoods. They they can pull out certain sections, and then they have headless screws that go down and bury into the wood. And they can do it that way to even with hardwood. They can sometimes do that. When you get an inspection. If you have if you if you turn in claimed a mohawk mohawk will hire an inspector to come out, and and look at the floor to see if it's a manufacturing issue. Ninety percent of the time. They're going to take a magnet like a little ball with a magnet on it. And they're gonna they're gonna roll it on on the joints of your floor. As they roll it. It'll hit the nail and the nail will stop the magnet and they can determine how far apart the nails are when the guy put the flooring. If he if he secured it properly, it's a bike every four inches and the specs are on the floor. You can look it up and say they need to nail it every four inches if he nailed it every eight inches, then your then then it's an installer problem. And if the installer they're going to have to tear the whole floor out and put it down in order to go away. Do you recommend how bad is how bad is it? It's bad. I mean, it you wouldn't expect it for two thousand eighteen brand new how? No, you don't have to go mohawk. You don't have to go to mohawk you can look up. And if you call my office, they'll give you the name of a really good inspection company. How much is the cost about three hundred bucks to inspect the floor? Yeah. They'll come out to two to three hundred bucks. They'll come out, and they'll do an extensive and they'll come out, and they'll say they'll say, it's one of three things number one. It's an install problem. Number two. It's a manufacturer or number three it site related. And if they come out and you have three percent humidity in your house. They're going to say it site related, but they'll also look at it and say it site related, and it's not installed properly or if site related and wrecked it this way or mohawk made a bad product. All right. So. Simply floors Inc. Go to the website, you can call them and find out a floor contractor. If you're inclined to do that. But it'd be calls mohawk won't they inspect it free. They will inspect it free. But then they will go back to the company if they installed it, Ron. At least I would call mohawk. If it was me. Okay. Back to Melinda. Melinda. You said. I had a deck done. How long ago was this deck done? A month. And who did it? Brian Matthews was designed create came Brian Matthews design create now, we looked at this. And you said it was the caulking. It's not the caulking. The damn deck is built like crap. And I'm just going by those pictures, you sent me the reason the reason the caulking isn't holding up. It's the Grand Canyon that the gaps. He's trying to cover did he repair the deck or build a new deck. He repaired the deck. Oh, what do you mean? Repaired. How long ago was this deck built? I don't know. We'll probably windows. I built a house was back in. Eighty ninety eight. Okay. So what did you do to have it repaired? I don't understand. Thanks for clarifying. It. I thought you were saying he built a deck. So what exactly did you hire him to do? I hired him because the deck pulling away from the side of the house. Okay. So hold on. Hold on. This whole thing is jacked it's not his fault. I don't find what he could have done. But, but let's see exactly I need to know what your contracts that. Does. She have a contract. She can send us three zero three seven one three talk. We also have a nightmare. Laos leaking problem and an update sous has an update Jeb anymore. Updates deputy Clint three three seven one three talk seven.

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