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"mclamb" Discussed on The Drill Down

The Drill Down

08:17 min | 2 weeks ago

"mclamb" Discussed on The Drill Down

"And thousand dollar average revenues of peru's just swanky places that are going great for them even some of the other properties. Maybe you're slowing down a little bit. So i thought it was interesting to hear the ceo. Richard stockton talk about investor conference On august seventeenth middle august. Talking about you know how the results were doing and where people are actually willing to spend some money Even bigger numbers lisa. That pardon looked like it in bigger numbers and they had even in two thousand nineteen your high end leisure business and leisure resorts love. Your resorts are doing very well We've seen rates above where we were able to get pre pandemic. I think a lot of that is driven by the desire ability of our assets. And the fact that we're in grade that we've got great ashen grey locations and this is where we wanna go. I wanna go same I did walk by some of those places in the nfl last weekend. It was a lovely spot extra down. Let's look at marine max. I'm gonna if you know. This is one of my favorite companies. I've talked about marie max before. H z os. What a trades under h shares. Were relatively flat today. But they'd get ninety percent in a year. So what's new with remax. Well we talked about it back in july briefly and one of the reasons companies as one short the stock short this because the ceo said they're having a lousy quarter and i was an investment conference. Raymond james investment conference and there. Were you know easily. A hundred other hedge fund and portfolio managers in the room. Who heard the ceo saying they were doing having a lousy quarter but the analysts have raymond. James kept saying no. It's going to be really good quarter. I don't know why he's saying that. I walked out of the room saying he just told you they're not doing well. So short of the stock and they came out with a lousy earnings and the stock went down. And i always. I always thought it was so great of that then. Ceo to to be so honest His son dow runs a company as ceo. And it's she financial officer. Michael mclamb also handled out of the duties on their quarterly conference calls but today they announced Well they've been talking about an inability to get enough self stuff to sell the boats during the pandemic and after the pandemic have been selling like crazy. They just can't get enough inventory. Well how do you get more inventory. You buy a boat maker. So they bought intrepid powerboats based in largo florida. The announced acquisition tita. Today they make custom powerboats And the deals gonna close by the end of the year. They think it's going to be a creative right off the bat. This company did sixty million dollars in revenue and was profitable the expected profitability to continue. And we'll be creative to this company and the acquisition in the first twelve months of the deal on once it's closed but i thought it was interesting to hear from the company in though ask conference call about what inventory meant and indeed if they were having cancelled zayd cancellations at all from orders that the customers were putting out there for new boats. Here's cfo michael mclamb. We really haven't seen any any any uptick in cancellations at all people are locking. I think there's a dynamic out there that in the past people voters have always upgraded. Both right they wanna larger boat one day and i think in the past people would say hey next season. Let's go looking for both right now. People are looking at it and say we'd better get our vote on order now if we want it for next season. So there's that's creating some patients in and of itself and people are being more proactive about their future. Purchase and You know we'll figure out a way to keep them on the book 'cause get more votes. That's a marine. Max is doing the many businesses that suffered during cova. Would you believe the sale of atm's are automatic. Teller machine was totally in the tank but that businesses coming back at a really interesting analysis from zia's marcus more one of our favorites on deibel nixdorf. What's happening with the business of. Atm's the drill down is brought to you by brain. Trust global talent network to match is highly skilled technical freelancers with the world's most reputable brands brain. Trust is how clients like bank of america. Goldman sachs porsche. Under armor and more agile tech teams fast in a fraction of the cost visit brain. Trust dot com. That's b. r. a. n. t. r. u. s. t. dot com to learn more are welcome back to the drill on. Podcast has promised we've got zeos. Marcus more always glad to have marcus more around in marcus You brought up a really interesting company to our attention as you always do Diebold yes dorf. We try to keep it interesting. It sounds like a cartoon character sounds. It'd be finished in verb. Well yeah it's an interesting history of and they go back over one hundred years. The deebo business actually started with safes and security and all that and then kind of ventured into atm machines and they purchased the wing chord nixdorf company of germany. In two thousand seven right. No sorry two thousand fifteen. Sorry sorry way to stiebel tables. Okay you know you never like to correct a host now and that's all good. It's so it's it's a three billion dollar company with an eight hundred million which is your specialty. What is so basically. They are a have view themselves as a leader in what they call connected commerce. And you know it's a fancy way to say that they facilitate Banking and retail transactions Mostly through first off their atm's what's the biggest part of their business and then also through like self-checkout or sell checkoff kiosks in retail and so globally they have the number one hundred per share all atm's What about a one million installed units in about a thirty percent market share. And then they're number one in retail kiosk in like self-checkout the you know the the the online or the store ordering you might see a fast food restaurant. Now they're number one in europe With a nineteen percent market share globally but their market share in europe is somewhere like thirty forty percent and so the focus again so like the like the safeway. I live listeners. Note that markets. And i live near each other and the and the only way to get out of there at any results so in the focus i think sometimes is placed too much on. Atm's given the fact that in the us and most developed economies you're saying significant reductions in bank branches significant reduction in cash transactions. But you have to think about that. You know throughout the rest of developing europe in developing countries. They're still kind of ramping up those of services and so there's still a need for that business and even in the us and european markets which are more mature deeper was actually taking market share because of some of their new technology They have a system called the deion series. Which is kind of new network around. Atm's and it's faster they actually use recycled material. It's lighter to ship so it's a cost less to the user but then also it's connected in so with how it works. Is they have a software that connects the entire system in that that network connection allows them to be much more proactive kind of managing any potential outages in maintenance. And so instead of you know just having the go every six months because that's just the routine scheduled that we do maintenance on these machines they actually can tell in real time. If there's a potential outage bet may be sooner than the six month window in which they would normally Do some routine maintenance or maybe longer so they don't have to make that stop and so what they're finding is that Cost in terms of maintenance costs in terms of the ongoing maintenance are down about fifty percent relative to the previous years of atm's and so given that functionality and reduce downtime they're seeing a lot of you know significant wins even in a mature space like the us banking market has released. Atm's.

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"mclamb" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:25 min | Last month

"mclamb" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Great quarterback great pre snap. But he hasn't really been in a really adverse environment yet so that has to be a weapon because it will rally you a little bit as a quarterback and that has to be. Some florida leans into everyone talks about pumping and noise trying to simulate. Can you simulate this you can simulate. The noise and i was at an alabama practice last week where it was super loud. I mean it was annoyingly loud. i couldn't even have a conversation with cole cubelic standing next to me. But here's a thing. Noise and pressure are two different things. You can have noise at practice but it is absent of the pressure that a big moment brings here in the swamp. So florida has to simulate that noise but also they as a defense and as a team have to put pressure on bryce young so that that rattles him in some way right. It's not just noise. Noise by itself is nothing players deal with that all the time. it's all hand signals. It's not a big deal. The pressure that this defense and todd grantham puts on brace young has to accompany the noise. We spent all the time so far talking about this game. I want to zip through a couple of other games. Quickly We you can't. You can't simulate the white out either. What's auburn facing as they get off the bus and under that field tomorrow now. I mean it's it's a crazy environment and james franklin look he's really good at preparing his teams for the moment. You can have a lot of questions about how they've performed certain but he'll get his players ready and he'll have that environment ready. All eyes are going to be on bo knicks but would argue that. All the pressure is on mike. Bobo in a good way. Right because bo knicks has been bad on the road twelve of his thirteen career interceptions on the road. So mike bobo needs to make sure that bo knicks doesn't feel like he needs a throw on a superman cape to win this game. This game plan has to be centered around tank bixby muddy up this game. Make this a physical dirty football game. Make sure that bo knicks knows. I don't have to make these every crazy. Throw every pass. Play doesn't have to be a touchdown. He needs to play within the system in an order to do that. Mike bo was gonna make him comfortable. He's gotta had preached that all week and practice. He's gotta make sure that tank. Bixby is the focal point. Early to set the tone because otherwise bo knicks is going to get into a situation where he's going to make mistakes and if you make mistakes and turn the ball over there. That's how auburn loses game in athens. Carolina fans excited. They haven't been in a position like this in a while. They know they won their two years ago. What do they have to do to make this interesting tomorrow. Night is horn. Plan is miserable. Mclamb plan i think they're missing a few guys that really helped the last time they won that football game. Look this team and shane. Beamer has to just get a competitive fire outta this team because georgia's a much better football team georgia's gonna win this football game. Georgia has a lot of questions. South carolina needs to learn how to compete in these moments raised their level of play. Fine leadership find fire. But if i'm georgia can can i like can the real georgia offense stand up. Because i don't know who they are. And i don't frankly. I don't care stem bennett. I don't care if it's carson back. I don't care if it's jt daniels. I do not care. Show me who you're going to be against arkansas. Show me who. You're going to be against auburn. Show me who you're going to be at the end of the year because you can't just figure that out. Then are you gonna be a downhill play action based around your strength of the running backs. Are you going to be spread team when jt's healthy and back in the game. I don't know pick one because your defense is going to take you all the way but that offense is going to be what makes break you and right now i just i look at it and i go their best players. A tight end from napa california. He's a great player. But you got to focus on some of the other talent you have around. You build the offense to do so jordan rogers. Quite an interesting analysis. We'll see more jordan tomorrow morning on. Sec nation jordan. Thanks great stuff. We are back to gainesville in a moment. Steve spurrier an hour away. A lot of guests will be dropping by as we continue right here. You're listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast steve spurrier. He is Let's see forty five minutes away and we always enjoy visiting with the legendary coach. Greatest coach ever on this campus. And not a bad player. Either only won the heisman. Trophy about fifty Some odd years ago. Let's get to the calls and kyle is up next. Kyle good afternoon..

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"mclamb" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:50 min | 3 months ago

"mclamb" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Klemm said. we're gonna play nasty football. He has been said to be a guy that could really motivate these players. There was so much excitement when he came in and he was named now. There's no excitement from the media and us in the fans because they wanted somebody completely new but when the players are giving that endorsement that's a huge thing because they know what we don't know we know names. Everybody just wanted mike months shack back. Because he's the name and somebody you know that that's what they want. The only other i mean. There's not many offensive line coaches that you know their names for years. Everybody knew joe bugle for years. Everybody knew for years. Everybody knew who dante scar nekia was or alex who just passed away. A couple of weeks ago with the broncos. They're not many names that you know right as far as offensive line coaches and you definitely knew mike month check. I have a feeling that you're going to know. At least in pittsburgh you're going to know adrian klemm for a while and i can honestly tell you there's there's a lot of offensive line coach is that i can't tell you their names. I know a coach read from the seventies and eighties because tension wolf talk about them all the time right. But there's there's not many guys that i know we will definitely know this guy's name and i'm going to ask both of you as we wrap this portion up when we're talking about the offensive line. Does this make you more confident about the offensive line. Shannon we'll start with you claim to me seems like he's going to take responsibility You know we didn't know sarut you know he. He was never heard in front of the cameras at all and after much left and mclamb has been out there. He's answer questions about these draft picks about the progress. And you know saying what. He's already told them what the demands are going to be and i think he will take full stand up guy and also next flare and Yeah i think that that the We said we're going to hear about him. For years to come and gaz liked to play for somebody with that aggressive mindset and coaches like that He'll he'll be right in there. Swap spent with them. Yonne adam on the sidelines. You know that that helps get them. Riled up and is a courage ing and Yeah the he was a great promotion from within now. I'm going to argue with awesome stuff. Nineteen eighty-three here. Yeah i agree with you. We want munch check because he's good improving not because of his name but yeah we know his name and that's the thing if you know their name as an offensive line coach they're good and proven people are going to what mike one check back until someone proves to be better than him and i get it. He's not coming back and that's fine but you have a guy like clem who you didn't know. He has an opportunity to make a name. So i get it offensive line coaches. You don't know their names if they're stinky right. Well it's like what a zach banner said right after clem was hired and a winner. He said you. You don't know coach clem. Like we do and you heard reports last year of how he was really the one working with the younger guys you know and then rightfully so because sarah had had to really hit a broader thing he had to worry about but but you know we saw. How well dawson play last year. So you know if he has that ability to connect with these young guys. And that's all young guys now on that line separately. Trae turner that bodes well. So that definitely gives me more confidence that that they can be better than people think they're going to be in twenty twenty. Winning sounds like a lot of people at this point. Have a lot of confidence. But but i kind of do based on on his his personality the personality of these young players that they're bringing in the aggression. Well here we go now. Mike o'malley seeing. No you know their name when they suck. You just never remember when they leave. Here's the thing michael. I'm going to say this. I can bet that eighty percent didn't know sean sets name right. I'm i'm willing to. I'm willing to bet that. I don't think they knew their name. I'm sure there's assistant coaches that you don't know their names and that's possible you might know it because check left and you wanted to know the name of the guy who replaced him but a lot of people do not pay attention to the offensive line coach sometimes in in less. You're unless now people that are checking out this show in the off season like a lot of the diehards like the michael o'malley's in the awesome stuff's in the and the george testings and the snowman and john c and just the names that i'm seeing on the screen right now. But what what they do. I mean you guys are more apt to know those names but the average fan does it. The they really don't so we've already established dan moore junior as a guy who shining a little bit and he probably wasn't completely on our list. But we're gonna we're also gonna throw adrian. Klemm is shining so far. I think we need to throw him on the list. And we've talked about him extensively here. We are to talk about more guys and you realize you understand that what ten days from now. We're watching the steelers. Play football right. I i cannot believe it and we are going to see more of these guys for. There's a lot of people that don't love the preseason the preseason favorite time and the reason that i really enjoy the fourth quarter of the preseason games is i'm looking at guys i'm looking for certain guys because of this position that the three of us are in. We need to know these players right. we have. We have to know who these guys are. I remember looking for articles because we were a lot smaller shannon. I don't know if you realize it. I know you were around a lot. And you wrote a little bit. But two years ago tony and i we knew an jeff and dave new twos are skipper and duck. Hodges right away because we covered. We needed something to cover in..

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"mclamb" Discussed on The Woody Show

The Woody Show

08:13 min | 4 months ago

"mclamb" Discussed on The Woody Show

"At home for parties. Okay you have to say this. One greg because i refuse to arby's shouts arby's garbage back team. Footloose you can. You can enjoy their pizzas in the privacy of your place where no one can see. U p k now forty beats against god rides with forty meets. Arby's was so hard. Get out of here mama. Rayvey is great at yoga but even she can't twist bread like this lady can mansions does correct all right. I would've not all right. Perfect sleeper both teams in that round butts with the first round lead. Still intact. woody. In greg have a forty fifty seconds. Total cameron and menace only have forty seconds which seeming chunky. Greg so either. Choose to lay player pass or pass. Would you like to find out what the punishment question is before we take the break. Yeah all right. The punishment breakfast. I should say is green eggs and clams. That's the smell was scrambled eggs with a little green onto lada sauce and diced clams sprinkled on top. Bring it back in the studio if you want me to. All so Greg and i will talk about it during the break while conference said powell but i think that's not allowed to play. I'll tell you that right now. Inquire about san mclamb. We're gonna take a break and we'll have our answer after the break. The finale of supermarket eats coming up. Next hang everybody. Shut up attention attention. Everybody what do you show welcome back. It is the what he show. Yeah we were playing the first round of supermarkets. And it's like a pair on my microphone. Really nice neil sixty like before. They put their mouth on yup. The nitzan mid lynn is my nose. Oh that's weird. And then we were playing supermarket. Heats before the before the break greg i we did so well not for we rule out to make the decision whether we were gonna play or pass around which is the big sweep. You sweat fifty seconds if you choose to play. Ooh menace and cameron have forty seconds again. They're four riddles. Very similar to what we just had but yeah categories can open. It's open ended supermarket riddles or rental or rentals. Because five was too much for you. It's rabi is jerry and you gotta get them all right. Got to get them all right now. You can keep guessing or passing through the first three when you get to the final reel. you can't just you'll have on the midday guests as you gotta answer all right. I'm gonna let Greg do the big reveal now if you watch. Hdtv we're gonna do this. Love listening right. Shout out to hillary. What up. Hillary hillary so we conferred and we have decided to pass medicine cameron. You'll have your forty seconds to answer these four supermarket based riddles again. You can you have unlimited strategy. Yeah cameron sucks at this kind of carrying the game. So if menace can't get any of these. I think the chances are good that you won't be able to hear that argument. I was like that's actually a real one. The first round no steals and then all the other man is pretty much go. Look if you do it boy. Will they be eggs. Are face all right choir marine eggs and clams yet starts your time. We'll start at the end of me asking the first question. Let's play sweet. Look at that device. Get your thank you leslie. Jones girl first clue. Is this cup noodles. Doesn't mean you have a handful of dogs rather it's a famous brand name of this type of pasta rahman rahman is correct second question in two thousand eighteen. They let their cookie creatures out of the cage as to avoid pc rage. Animal an animal crackers brand name. Please nabisco daniel Pass keebler pass as the old joke goes. You wouldn't let gar bonzo on your face but she would let a black bean our bonds. We've told joe bag egg not actual italians. no this sauce brand is named after the italian word for meat stew ragu that is correct back to the question in two thousand eighteen cookie creatures out of the cage as to do that question. One time animal bailey's record with the question. we're time twenty eighteen. They let their cookie creatures out of the cage as to avoid day. It doesn't rhyme animal. Crackers can't barnum and bailey's animal crackers. It's yeah yeah rahman doesn't the word necessarily clues sometimes not a clue and the joke goes. You wouldn't let it gar bonds on your face but you would let a chickpea exactly because star bonds is. That was like a dad. Joke you guys your punishment breakfast awaits it is being delivered right now by the judge rayvey and his green egg and clams against scrambled eggs on top. Delicious dice clams. Yeah maybe made a burr diction that this is this is gonna come rocketing out of medicine. No joke this smells like a fresh diver. So bad and i love clams in that reach july because we totally want to answer that red lobster talked to jerry still just butt heads. When we both row up vomit guitar players will do on stage forehead to smell and the look of their plans. Don't know like letting the air to dan down didn't even chew it. He did it he just let it sit in his mouth. Fast fork omelettes. Come on blood. I thought your mexican needs to remember this. Next time he calls came into bitch puss. Stephen moore stayed on his. Does he have to swallow. By whatever would love to see take take a bite. Anybody can just shoot and scatter clutching his chest. Seven a heart attack. Did you get a clam okay. Just checking out play supermarket.

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"mclamb" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

04:13 min | 8 months ago

"mclamb" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Was he He holds the distinction of directing the most episodes of gunsmoke Most episodes of have gun will travel. The he is from london. Born in nineteen twenty. He passed away in the two thousand twenty thousand fourteen. Yeah he wrote the wild gay or no. He directed the wild geese which is kind of like a You know guns of the navarin remm off a little bit. You know this was seventy eight. British banker hires a group of british mercenaries to rescue a deep posed african president from the hands of a corrupt african dictator. Okay that doesn't sound near as interesting. I don't know that's richard burton roger moore richard harris. Yeah i mean it's got all the all the british dudes from that of the big faces. Yeah exactly. He also directed the sahara with brooke shields. We've talked about that because it also has john race davies Yes gimle. I only referred to him as he directed a bunch of movies. mcclintock with the exclamation point or the famous spanking seen. Some people are into that. It's on the box it is like. That's why that's what you're the. Tv goes on forever obviously Bannon 'check hec ramsey lot of tv movies while he directed ninety six episodes of gunsmoke. Fat is incredible. Yeah for sure what else we got here see wolves. There's a couple. There's a bunch of war movies shadow riders. i've seen it. Oh yeah it's like Lula more you know. Those ones that they turned into those big long tv series blue and the gray Anyway the dirty dozen the next mission man. Why does that sound so much like a police academy citizen control return from the river. clyde sequels. two movies don't really need sequels to blow the bridge up. It doesn't matter. Well that's why it's not the return to the bridge over the exactly the immediate area. They're like oh nice they put up a wendy's or the golden arches with that has Chris penn George takei and timothy bottoms. Oh my god. There's on samba. The conversations around their craft table must have been thrilling craft services. Do not the craps table to another tangent on top of all of this that i was remember this all comes from mitchell misao word on the street. You're jerk anyway. So he his dad was in the quiet man with the john wayne. Nineteen fifty two Directed by john. Ford mclagan maclagan mclauglin hardening right. His dad was the brother of the girl that john wayne wants to marry in in the quiet man and he's also the wild they have that Giant long fight at the end. My was victor maclagan. Yes victor mclamb. But he was on the set of that and actually acted as a assistant director. Though i mean an as a kid you know. Hey daddy can i yell. Go get us a carton of cigarettes. Though i punch that little person on your way out. I don't even think they're just kind of a side note. I did Do some background removal on. A bunch of billy barty heads so some of semi photoshop. Work up on the Website eventually can you imagine like a gif or jif folk dancing..

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"mclamb" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"mclamb" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The latest from 77 W A. B C and w abc radio dot com. I'm Jackson McGill, A 41 year old Yorktown man has been charged with vehicular manslaughter after a wrong way crash in Westchester County that left a 32 year old woman killed and her daughter and niece. Injured. Police alleged Marc Cope was drunk behind the wheel of a 2018 Audi and driving north bound in the south bound lanes of Highway nine near Main Street in Peekskill when he slammed into an accurate SUV driven by Sheena McLamb of Ahsan Ng. She was killed her six year old daughter and 18 year old niece were hospitalized in serious condition. Cope is being held on $100,000 bail police in Nassau County identifying the teenager who was fatally shot in him, Steadman Day night, 17 year old Omari and Jackson was found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds on Dartmouth Street. After shot spotter gunshot sensors notified authorities of a shooting in the area. Jackson was rushed to a nearby hospital where he later died. Authorities are asking anyone with information to contact them in sports. The Giants will be in Baltimore to battle the Ravens Sunday. The Jets are home to take on the Browns W ABC News Time 605 traffic in transit on the way Now. Your forecast from the Ramsey Mazda Weather Center tonight. Very windy. Lots of rain. Low 57. Wind warning in effect, gusts up to 60 MPH of flood Watch in effect at 11 tomorrow Christmas Day Rain and wind early highs in the upper fifties before temperatures plunging in the afternoon, going down into the low thirties by tomorrow night, currently 58 degrees in Central Park 57 in Paterson from.

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"mclamb" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"mclamb" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"This is far more dangerous than that. That's right. There were Steve State Theater. It's been talked about for a least 30 years. And you know what? You're playing right along. You know why? Because you don't get your ass up and go to those crowds and tell him to stop you, too. Kate Brown. I want to see you Justice Center demanding that these crowds so praise will stop. They will not. You know why? Because this is a color revolution, and it's being paid for By outside entities. So don't turn this into your little political theatre yourself. Sure, President Trump's doing something that everybody can look down upon and say, Oh, this is once again like what Hitler would do call out the storm troopers. You know what The other side's been calling out their Stasi with covert 19. So who's bad? They both are bad. You know, One of the most outspoken conspiracy theorists on this topic was the late Jack McLamb. He was a military veteran, and he retired Phoenix police officer. Was a frequent guest on ground zero and on many occasions Dylan's death back in 2014. McLamb predicted that the United States was being groomed for a race war and the deep state operatives were smuggling drugs, guns and ammo in the United States. Hey, we're doing this in order to create a war between the police and minority groups. This was similar to what Charles Band's described was held her sculpture. Of course, he said, that it was going to be some sort of a race war as well. But he had a different idea of what was going to be like followings. Retirement. When we looked at Jack McLamb came on the show finished, it was what Ah police officer until about 1986 retired. But the clam was an active speaker, the Patriots circuit He spoke at various events, often wearing his police uniform and running a shortwave radio show, where he railed against the new World Order now He produced a periodical called Aid and Abet, and it was a police newsletter. And then, of course, he had 35 page document titled Operation Vampire Killer 2000. American police action plan for stopping world government rule. He wrote that in 1992 in fact, we just put that in aftermath, top media you for you that have a membership to the library. You go. Look at it. It's there. We put it there for you. See in 1992. What's interesting is that many people don't know this but Alaska State of Alaska. Posted police 2000 with participating military police personnel from the United States, Canada and Russia, and they're all merging together towards the trans National Police Organization for the coming global village. That was The idea. Eventually, we would have to go global. And that was back. You know, in 1992 they're already thinking about this. It was there that law enforcement was actually told that the United States was to fail. Or it was to fall into chaos. You're already camps that were on the ready. An authorized by President Ronald Reagan was the RDX 84 program. We talked about that before, and it is RDX 84 program was capable of detaining anywhere from 32 to 40,000 people. On May 3rd, 1994 President Clinton signed a presidential decision directive was called the PDD. He was like PT 25. Love for unprecedented intervention in any insurrection by U. N. Troops within the borders of the United States for the United States, military would have to serve under foreign commanders now remember. This was organized before the Department of Homeland Security. So we don't know if that's still in effect. But of course, it was in effect because of the state of emergency we've been in since the 19 thirties. Now it's been in the cards for that many years, and no one has had the reason to utilize part of the plan. Until now, it's beginning to look bad for the country because the deep state has declared war. On the Trump administration and its declared war. You know the depart, The Trump administration declared war on the Deep state, So it's like this political King. Congress is Godzilla. We were rooting for one of the other Despite the fact that is doing damage to our national security, domestic tranquility. You ever notice that you ever notice that when King Kong and Godzilla fighter when Godzilla and Mothra, Godzilla and Deidre, who ever fight Destroying property. But yet we're rooting them on. Hey, Godzilla! Yeah, you but what's happening to Tokyo? What's happening to San Francisco? What's happening? New York Doesn't matter, Man. If those monsters air fiving, we're gonna root for them. But It's beginning to look bad for this country. This is how civil wars get started. And I know our image it action parameters. Tell us The civil wars where people find an open field somewhere in the middle of nowhere, where blue and gray suits and have a shoot out, But that's not what it's going to be its. We're in the 20 per century now, and we have become more sophisticated than that. In our first civil war did officially and slavery and firm. To some extent the supremacy of the federal government. We never stopped fighting political, legal and cultural battles over the fundamental issues of state's rights. I mean, and what? Who exactly was there who was not entitled to full benefits? A citizenship were still fighting that now. It's taken a century and 1/2 for everything to go full circle, and here we are again. Talking about these issues and for some odd reason. Portland, Oregon We're broadcasting from his ground zero Some of the issues of today are not even on the proverbial radar. Well, we're not the proverbial radar during the civil war. Almost all of the arguments today have a linear connection to issues of civil rights, Rural versus urban economies and the power of the federal government over states and I know that makes it all sound so simple. But it's one way to make it. So even though we're seeing more complex tensions and strategies going on We just see that part parcel of what's creating more and more chaos in our country..

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"mclamb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"mclamb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"With Dave R. Brister and looking forward to some baseball what's it look like we could have baseball it could be fifty games what about a fifty game red season I still say it's gonna be eighty two I agree with you the players want one fourteen now there's a report that the player or that the owners may just want fifty the commissioner apparently after their agreement in March has he can decide to schedule if they the two sides can't come together on something in so he was sick but I think you're right I think you know I think it'll be eighty two will be everybody'll be happy animals move on and get started get started by July fourth I was fourth of July weekend I would say July third but they got to get something done this week if they want that to happen so I'd say by Friday something will be ready and then players report in a week or so and July third to Friday right July third weekend writer is under way yeah and then you A. B. P. with no fans so fans it'll be interesting you know there's room to spread out and I'm sure every team has a plan afoot after you get some thousand people in there that is separate from absolutely I don't think there's any question that I saw it won't happen right away but it'll happen before the season's over I guarantee it all right anything else happening well Mike I know you're a big corn hole thing and yes the American corn holy I just want you want me to check this out Karl Malone in Dalton McLamb are the number one team in the league in the country right now Dalton the climate has a corn hole name they have eight hundred thirty degree there he doesn't like lamb there's no quote no that's two people it's Karl muck Bologna and Dalton the clammy as you said on the club yeah okay the top player from Ohio he wasn't tops and corn hole ID be horseshoes dot McLamb yeah I agree with that now did you know Brian combs wasn't once ranked in corn hole I did not locally locally he and his partner were low yeah they were ranked right like twenty third or fourth I don't know he didn't say he hasn't played well we need the answer but it's good that answer quite athletic and he's from the west side so he's good at Cornell how about that all right Dave Armbruster we thank you.

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"mclamb" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"mclamb" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Give THEM PAINT. And just you don't have to ask at that point. Yeah Yeah So. It's sort of like socialism socialist military for some examples of how American socialism ago. Yeah the dependent has come in there and then they they hit on you. Because you know you're you're you're there and their husbands not and you go. I'm sorry MRS chief Johnson. Your husband would kill me or no Mrs Lieutenant Commander Smith. I'll I'll go to cap mass. There's a difference pin. You'd have another man's lawn anyway so so so I'm sitting there and there's this old S- crusty crusty but he's been around a bit and that's what we call guys have experienced he was. He was Saltier Than Lot's wife. Okay so he's telling me some cool stories about you know like in a senior instructor and all this stuff and so we get this. We get the survey and I'm like my God. Can you believe they're asking us this crap? I'm not going to like serve the UN. What kill Americans for taking their guns and this guy just like looks w have no idea how deep the rabbit hole goes son and Mike really probably are working well then he looked and he goes over my destiny? E- picks up the yearbook and I'm like yeah it was. It was crossfire by Jim. Marrs on the Kennedy says they have no idea what you're getting he goes. But you're in the right. You know he said something to the effect of like you're heading in the right direction. So then the next day he gets discharged out of the navy. Because as you know his eardrums pasta and he was just there for a couple of days while they were waiting for his orders to get cut and on my on the desk. Was this like dog eared? Coffee Stain Ring on the cover. Just you know it's been around the block a bit red. Yeah it gets read. It's like a photo made by Ditto machine called operation. Vampire killer two thousand police and military resistance to the new world order by the way that's available free on pdf online google. It you've read this to gets easier access. Okay I've never heard of it in my life is written by a guy named Jack mclamb I think he was like some sheriff in like Utah Someplace Anyway. Very Christian of publication. I think this this this sheriff lamb. Yeah but so so had had a little post it note and like literally this is in nineteen ninety-three before the term got really popular says. Here's a red pill if you want to take it and it was like you know with the guy's name you know the the old crusty Sierra but they get the term red pill from Nineteen ninety-three AL listen wonder landed. Oh I had no from Alice in wonder as these years. The Red Pill if you choose so I took the red pills. I thought I read Alice in Wonderland must go ahead. Let's read some of this stuff again. What's the other on the wizard of Oz particular financial contracts than I? Did you know the movies? Ardoz is based off the movie. What czar us who. Sean connery running around in the long. It's terrifying with a pony tail carrying a Webley revolver. And nothing's going to be as bad as what I explained. Or to hype. No czar does is like a bad at a bad drug trip. So I'm reading. What do you think working to freetalklive back? I'm sorry I'm reading this. I'm reading this. And it literally is a blueprint for what has happened between now between then and now like literally laid out the globalist plan of screwing America over destroying the the nation state and bringing about a one world government depopulation. Basically all the stuff that the people in power in the US want to t- to diminish their own power because they don't consider themselves Americans if you if you look at David Rockefeller what he said about like you know. All they're saying destroying I'm paraphrasing. I can't remember the quote Bao's guilty as charged and I'm proud of it. You know and what it is. They see themselves as pretty much like above the rest of us. Houston cedars sure. And they don't want the nation state they wanNA globalist corporate situation. Not Unlike what you saw in the movie..

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Apex Legends Vaults Are Open

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Apex Legends Vaults Are Open

"Apex volts have opened up this is Riley Mick Lloyd at Taco Kevin can you Google is I didn't put the source on it sorry Russ McLeod now would it be yeah I know it's not pronounced that way but yeah I would say mclamb Riley McLeod since the start of season three packs legends map has been dotted with locked vaults all of High Tier loot a countdown timer suggestion they'd open at one pm Eastern today but players are reporting they're open now here's how to get inside there are three volts on the map one near Lava City one near the train yard in one near the guys are all three will appear on your mini map once you get a key keys have a chance to drop from Jones when you shoot them down it seems the keys drop from drones that have a red tile the color of the German when you shoot it doesn't appear to

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"mclamb" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"mclamb" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"News it's three oh two I'm Laurie Kellman well it is hard to find any relief ridiculously hot here yesterday not any better today we've got an excessive heat warning in effect right through tonight we're not going to find much relief at all today and for terror flirt with that century mark for a high temperature again and yesterday B. W. I hit the one hundred degree mark and yesterday Reagan national ninety seven close to adults as well with a high of ninety eight and that kind of territory again today so uncomfortable when you add in the humidity weather channel meteorologist Jeff Mars as it'll feel like up to a hundred and ten degrees staff to suffer a few more days through it he says a cold front finally moving in predicted to cause scattered thunder showers tonight heavy rain tomorrow ushering in temps in the low eighties on Tuesday well most of us retreat inside on days like today to sit in the A. C. some prisoners in Virginia don't have that luxury the state's department of corrections says eighteen of the older jails don't have AC but director Harold Clark says they brought in extra fans and they're giving prisoners extra ice and water to keep them as comfortable as possible president trump plans to join Virginia lawmakers at the end of the month as they celebrate the four hundredth anniversary of the first meeting of the state's legislative body in Jamestown but if he does come as reported by the Richmond times dispatch some Democrats say they won't leaders of the Virginia house and Senate democratic caucuses say they'll boycott because trump doesn't represent their values a twenty nine year old man's behind bars after being arrested yesterday charged with second degree murder in the shooting death of eleven year old to Ron brown Thursday DC mayor Muriel Bowser thanking the community for helping the catch Tony McLamb Texans are invaluable in helping hold this perpetrator accountable WMAL news time three oh four let's get your EE webmail traffic and that sizzling weather forecast from the hood deed carpet cleaning traffic center for these are improving his that did after.

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"mclamb" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"mclamb" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Thank you very much for your time. Thank you in renting me. We've posted a photo essay. Okay with twelve lesser known facts from the Apollo mission like why the U._S. flag on the moon seems to flap without the help of any breeze on the moon that and more are at the World Dot O._R._G.. When humans first landed on the moon fifty years ago a lot of people people believed it was just a start of human travel far out into the solar system? They assume that by now there would be settlements on the moon and that Mars and other distant worlds would be within reach so clearly. We're not there yet but once again there are plans lance to reach the moon and beyond as the BBC science editor. Tom Field and reports came at God. Willing Gene Cernan the last man to set foot on the surface of the moon bids an emotional final farewell lunar surface. It's the crew of Apollo Seventeen prepared to return to her at the time and even though the Apollo era was at an end it was widely assumed we would soon be back rather than lead in space too often. We've chosen to drift but that was forty seven years ago when we drift we fall behind fifty years vice president Mike Pence reminded members of the National Space Council in March since that first small step that the debate that followed sending Americans to the moon was treated as a triumph to be remembered but not repeated but now every pass relief for the first time since the Apollo era came to an end this a comprehensive plan to go back to the moon the bill we will return American astronauts to the moon not only to leave behind footprints and flags but to build the foundation we need to send Americans to Mars and beyond doc man optimists new named after the twin sister of Apollo Moon Goddess of the moon and it is much more than a footprints in flags dash nance's Stuart mclamb. I like to think of it as a an enabler her we'll get back to the moon we will set the stage for even further expiration and so it's not just get out there get out and and US improve and then build off of that building in spinks is a key element in the autumn EST program. Jennifer Lopez is a former technology lead on the International Space Station and founder of Nassar's data note call the First Three D. Printer was launched to the space station in about four or five years ago so starting with that as the baseline and now looking at using rigorous both of which is the material on the surface of the moon and integrating that into these new structures the long term goals goals are to essentially build full habitats or large structures in space so if I'm now in control of the robot heating humanities building away out into the solar system will be a fleet of robotic can semi-autonomous Landers Rovers and son typic- instruments and devices do exactly the same thing the European Space Agency's Human Robotic Interaction Laboratory near Amsterdam Toomas Kruger's designing a wearable exit skeleton that could one day control a robotic explorer on the surface of a distant world our scenario US notes orbit the planet's recenter robots down and Robert With Mimic my movement you see you swing your arm forwards and backwards lift up and down he reach out to pick something up in hand on the planet below. The robot is going to do the same thing yes. It does the same thing because this is no longer by Puna the geopolitical race. He says James Carpenter believes it will be a global effort for all mankind. There are countries investing agencies investing the private sector investing new rationales emerging and so right now is is really a critical point is the point where we as a species become a spacefaring species it is starting and it's happening now James Carpenter there of the European Space Agency speaking with the B._B._C.'s. Tom Field in the United added states isn't a serious opioid crisis across the Atlantic..

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"mclamb" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mclamb" Discussed on KOMO

"Eight oh, five ten fifty five suspected shark attack off a state park in North Carolina has put a seventeen year old girl in the hospital. Authorities say it happened around twelve twenty on Sunday afternoon. As a teen was swimming at fort making state park. Fire officials described deep lacerations to her leg pelvis and hand areas. The incident comes just a week after California grandfather was killed in a shark attack while vacationing in Maui ABC's, Diane Macedo hope mills north. Carolina is where the Saturday night winning Powerball lottery ticket was purchased the jackpot almost three hundred forty five million dollars. The ticket purchased at curly sees g where MAC mclamb is the owner, not only people getting their drinks field, but we actually do a lot of good for the public in this really cool thing. And so, we're so grateful to be able to pay just a small part in this news, owner of the store that sold the winning ticket mclamb mclamb gets fifty thousand dollars. She was the Queen of. Creole cuisine from New Orleans word of the death of Lena chase nineteen. Forty-six Dookie chases restaurant was the city's first white tablecloth restaurant for black people, and she broke the city. Segregation laws seating, black and white customers, at the same time she offered cookbooks appeared on cooking shows and fed civil rights greats such as Thurgood Marshall and Martin Luther King junior, the restaurant was devastated by Hurricane Katrina, but was restored. Leah. Chase was ninety six. This is ABC news. There's nothing like meeting face to face. And there's nothing like zoom to make that.

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"mclamb" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mclamb" Discussed on KTRH

"Songs triggers you to end up with the exact year. This is the year. These sauce came out first. One is what I am Ibra Cal new behemoth. She's one at beat up Paul salmon though. They remarried. So she did it within the confines of, of marriageable marital bliss. But he did call the cops on her. And he was beat up pretty good. All right. So that's the first one what I am. The next one is Orinoco flow. I thought it was or Noko overflow. They have it listed as Orinoco flow flow by India. That also came out the same year. Not to be confused with Nanya. The locomotion by Kylie. Minogue. Chance mclamb nail that. What's on your mind? By information society. Simply irresistible by Robert plant. Don't worry be happy. Bobby mcferrin. Bad medicine by John by Bon. Jovi. The flame cheap trick. Did I say fast car by Tracy Chapman? And I'll give you one more. See if you can remember what year this all came out in the same year. Oh, this will make it easy. Every rose has its thorn. By postle. Bret michaels. See.

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"mclamb" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mclamb" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Breaking news and traffic, KTAR news on ninety two three FM. Good morning. It's seven thirty. You're listening to Arizona's morning news. And if you plan to head up north, you might consider a sled for the long holiday weekend, but I may have to pay tens of millions of dollars to the family of that woman who was sexually assaulted at hacienda healthcare notice, alleges the state was grossly negligent, and failed to do. What is required under the law? Wait till you hear what her family claims happened to her. It's our top story. And here's Jamie west. That's right. New shocking claims from the family of an incapacitated woman who was raped that gave birth last December Phoenix care facility. They found a forty five million dollar notice of claim against Arizona saying, she may have been pregnant before KTAR, Jim cross is live. With more Jimmy mclamb alleges the woman was raped repeatedly before giving birth to a boy last December a former licensed practical nurse at hacienda healthcare has been charged with sexually assaulting the victim. Now the big question is how can be on the. Hook for this KTAR, legal expert, Monica Lindstrom, explained to Aaron is morning news. Disabled adults who was incapacitated adults. He is part of the states, a group of people that the state needs to care for, and the state did not do proper oversight, at least all according to the notice of claim claim six twenty five million dollars. Settlement for the victim at ten million dollars each for the parents, each for her parents, within sixty days or the wires will take the case against her. As to court live on news center, Jim cross KTAR news. Thank you. Jim at seven thirty two. Here is Dani Sullivan, filling in for Detroit and the valley Chevy dealers traffic center in new injury accident involving a pedestrian on Greenway. It's going to be just east of sixty seven th avenue. And you've got delays on I ten eastbound ninety first avenue to sixty seventh avenue than again, fifty first avenue on over to seven street. Westbound break tapping along, I ten the Maricopa freeway is from Warner road on.

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"mclamb" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"mclamb" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Huge bowl of different flavors of ice cream. And there were like little figurines on there, and they'd run around and sing happy birthday. That's cute. That's awesome. Thank you Mary shenanigans over on the Twitter said, gee cheese. Oh for sure. Oh my gosh. I mean, we've talked about this one hundred times. Yeah. Know, I still get a little bit sad about it right ice cream. Nobody does fried ice cream cheese. Didn't don't even try me because I have tried every time I see fried ice cream on a menu. And then I'm like sad because it's not the same. And oh my gosh. There. I would have a chicken Jimmy Chunga, and then I'd have the fried ice cream. But before I did any of that, da while we were waiting forty five minutes for table and complaining to our parents about it. We would sit down at the table top video game and play pacman because that was the best part of going to cheese. Yeah. Except for the food. Mrs Wasserman on Twitter also said that I need to open a skippers franchise for mclamb strips. Oh, yes claims right? Jennifer is on the line. Hello, Jennifer, Jennifer, if you could open any business from the past what would it be? Well, I don't know actually gone out of business. So I grew up in Newport, which is kind of I would very that. Instead of the cities, and we had an Ainun w and it was like literally like one of those. Drive up. You order your that bring it out to you sit in your car. And when I was a kid we'd always walk up there and get a W repair. It was the right in the nose. I think there might be like one and w left, and it's but it's not the same. There. Are there is here? Yeah. I think somebody called in because we talked about w recently. Yeah. And there was like a drive up still somewhere that somebody ref. I remember going to the one in eight can Minnesota. And you would you use the phone to order, and then they'd bring your food out like you'd sit at the table. And there was a phone at the table. I remember correctly. I thought that was the coolest thing. Let's go to Lynne. Hello lynne. Lynn if you could open any business from the past. What would it be? All we used to go to a place downtown called the haberdashery, and it was fun because you do peanuts all over the floor. And they just go ahead. Great drinks and nibble. Okay. Lynn, thank you so much for your call. That's exactly what I had said about. I want the old ground round where you could throw the peanut shells on the floor. That was the fun part. What's the other one ground round? And then not cattle company. What's like, the English puppy one? Oh, gosh. I'll remember it. Go on okay. Joan is on the line. Joan yet open any business from the past. What would it be? Well, all Bradley, I think you're thinking of Annie's parlour. Thank you knew. That was in there somewhere. Thank you. That's not. That's where chino Latino is. Now. Right. Yeah. And you can't do peanut shells on the floor 'cause it's a fire hazard. No. Yeah. And I hate to be really obvious. But Hello, nobody said Dayton. Oh, yeah. Thank you, John. But like old school Dayton's not ready to accept it was fancy Dayton's. Yes. Oh joan. Thank you. Okay. I have one more Zale or venture number venture. No. There was like a discount store like a target. Did we have those here? I don't feel like we had those here. Maybe not because I don't know what that is. Okay. Here's the one that. I just thought of did you ever know? I don't know how widespread this chain was Arnold's burgers. Okay. This was what was great about Arnold. It was like they made it like a fifties style soda fountain. Kind of you go in and you'd get your burger, but then they had a burger bar. So then you would go to the burger bar, and you could tap your burger with all the toppings burner. Just say that name 'cause I feel like I'm gonna say something bad Fudd. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Rutgers. Yeah. Yeah. Kind of like that. And remember also speaking of that one. Where's that one? Well, there used to be one there's one any Dina in France, still, really. And when you were a kid, you could get free cookies with your meal. I do remember that also they have you could like see the meat hanging because. Butcher in like when you were going through the lines. You could see into the butcher e and then the window. Thank you. And there would be cow upset like dead one. We have to go. Well that was. Good. We had to go back. We have to give Gwyneth Paltrow the attention. She thinks she true. We have to give her credit for something that she wants credit for and it's dumb Cooper scoopers after this on mytalk one zero seven one Lori and Julia because Libya. You know.

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"mclamb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"mclamb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now, most drivers will admit failure to remove snow or ice could pose a safety risk. But they also point out. The fact it's unsafe in sometimes not possible to get on top of the trailer to remove it. Now, we've talked about some facilities some trucking companies and some locations that offer these these things called snow blades to help safely removed. This no from the top of the trailer. But they're nowhere near widespread. Enough for available. I'm curious as to with the safety blitz this past morning, how how these drivers were able to to get up on the roof of their trailers. Not exactly sure did did the highway patrol ever ever big ladder out there for mclamb up on the trucks are not sure what the deal was there. But amazing, what do you think round the country toll-free, it's eight eight eight eight six zero eight thousand seven hundred eighty five eight six zero t r u k and I just kinda have to wonder. What if one of those drivers happened to slip fall off the trailer? And we know that the roofs of these trailers aren't all that sturdy. You get a you get a big guy up there. This could chance get a come through the roof of the trailer. I'm thinking so sounds kinda dangerous to me. But. Who would be responsible? If a driver actually fell off as law enforcement forced him to get up on the roof of the trailer. Do you? Remember of it was what was it last? Mid America truck show driver down. There was preparing for the show in the show and shine. And he was doing the removing snow from his truck, and he actually fell off and died from his injuries..

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"mclamb" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"mclamb" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Extra every month and get it wiped out within the next five years. Combination of the two I don't have all the cash should be able to do it today, but I can continue to to add to that. And before that window closes at five year window closes the mortgage could go away. And you know, there are situations where I don't recommend focusing on going mortgage debt free and its entirety. So there's one last question for you. If you do this, and you put your mind to being mortgage debt free the day you retire, and you know, mortgage, you have no debts. What money will you have in reserve to live on probably somewhere in the neighborhood of fifteen twenty thousand would be my. Would be my cash reserves. And then, of course, social security mclamb to to continue working part time. Okay. So you you would be in a position where you'd have very little monthly carry. She wouldn't have a mortgage or anything like that. But without working part time, which you have to live on is social security. No pension. No pension. Nothing like money sitting in a 4._0._1._K IRA that kind of thing, and that's really the money that I would utilize to to to remove the mortgage is as the remainder of my savings. Okay. And that case. Even though there are reasons that we came up with prior there'd be potentially worth doing in your case. I'd say don't do it and keep paying the mortgage is agreed. Okay. Because I don't want you to end up so cash, then where you don't have any financial cushion at all. And that would put you in a position where you'd be house rich and cash poor. So in your case, I would say just keep paying your mortgage is you're supposed to and keep your savings because you may well need it at the point you retire. You're listening to the Clark Howard show. Eleven.

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Linda Tepper of Crater Lake Klamath Regional Airport

Herald

11:29 min | 3 years ago

Linda Tepper of Crater Lake Klamath Regional Airport

"The heralded news news learn is now. Empowering the community. So the news, your news now with falls, Oregon. Podcast, empowering the community and serving mclamb basin. This is the URL the news facing these top. Readings in welcome to base and views a herald news podcast featuring interviews with local experts discussing issues important to the climate basin. I'm Cridland key with the herald news this week. We are joined by Linda tapper business manager for the crater lake claim at the regional airport here to discuss a wide range of issues related to aviation and the climate basin. Linda, thank you for taking time out of your day. Does to join us in glad to be here. We will get into all kinds of aviation related topics, but I, I have to ask about the airport name itself because how often each day do you have to correct people? Because I people just called the claim with airport, right? But it's the crater lake regional airport. It is. And when I first started with the airport, it was the Klamath falls international airport. So then we dropped in became the Klamath falls airport just for concise purposes. And then a number of years ago, we actually went to the crater lake Klamath regional airports which is quite the mouthful, but it was done too tight of tie in with a major attraction. We have. Hearing Klamath county, which is the crater lake national park and to gain some additional tie ins and traffic. Hopefully, as people looked at planning to come visit that park, how they would get here and be able to use the airport to do so. Well, before we delve into issues related to the airport ongoing right now, I always like to get a little bit of background on our guests. So could you tell us a little bit more about who Linda Tupper is? Sure. So I grew up for the most part in Oregon. Moved here when I was not yet to. So I'm almost an native Oregonian. I grew up in the Willamette Valley went to Oregon state university and then on to Portland state university where I got my MBA degree and then moved down to Klamath falls in ninety five. Oddly enough. My background is in animal science as an undergraduate degree. And then I have the my business administration degree from Portland state. So I was looking for a job in agriculture and unfortunately, I didn't find one, but the airport department had a department. Pretorial position coming open and my background. My father was a commercial airlines pilot for United Airlines for thirty five plus years. So aviation is kind of second nature to our family. So seemed to good fit and I applied for it and received the position. And I've been there ever since enjoying it immensely. It's very exciting field always something new going on, and I enjoy interacting with the public in all aspects of aviation that we encounter at our airport from generally VA, Asian to usually commercial aviation and military as well. We'll some of that roundabout stuff. I, my major in college was earn article science and so I- studied aviation now, Emma journalist, you started animal science and now you're in aviation, so however it works out, right. So how did you go from animal science into being involved with the Asian industry? So like as when I moved down here to Klamath falls, the airport department position came open. And it was seemed a good fit for me with the background. My family has an aviation and I recognize that probably for myself, it's a certain skill set that I enjoy using. So it didn't matter the industry, whether it's agricultural animal science or aviation or even medical. It was a certain skill set that I enjoyed using, which is organizational. Business skills, communication, writing, and things like that. So I sort of happily took to the aviation field, and as I got more involved in it really expanded that different types of duties that I was doing at the airport in became the business manager at that time. So what does your role as a business manager entail for a public airport for our airports since way are as small department. There is a staff of six. There's the airport director, the operations manager myself, the business manager, and then we have three operations maintenance positions that oversee the airfield upkeep. So for myself, I tell people that I pretty much manage all the paper that comes through the office. So everything from answering the phones to doing accounts payable, counts receivable to managing grants to public relations marketing. Those are all items that I take on on a daily basis. I'm also. Charge of some of the regulatory items that we are in sponsor for doing at the airport when it comes to the FAA for annual reports to meet our regulatory or grant assurances that we have through the FAA's. So a lot of paperwork sounds

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Jesse Widener of Klamath Film

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05:40 min | 3 years ago

Jesse Widener of Klamath Film

"Heralded news news learn is now. Empowering the community base, slow the news, your news with falls, Oregon. Empowering the community and serving mclamb basin. This is the the news facing us pop. Greetings and welcome to base views heralded news podcast featuring interviews with local experts discussing issues important to the climate basin. I'm kirtland key with the herald news this week. We're joined by Jesse Widener Klamath film here to discuss one of my favorite topics, movies, upcoming events, such as the annual climate independent film festival and a special screening with a very special guest coming soon. Jesse, thank you so much for taking the time out of your schedule to join us here. Well, we will get into everything that Clem film entails and just a little bit. But I always like to start these things off a little bit of background on our guests themselves. Can you educate us a little bit more about who Jesse Widener? Sure. So I've actually got a fairly wide arts back there used to work as a draftsman architect California for about seven years before I moved up here, I've studied music composition, do some drawing some writing. I practiced photography for several years before I started getting into the film thing. So the film thing actually really comes from being the sort of great medium. It's an amalgamation of all these other disciplines that you. You can do kind of throw all these different dispirit interests into one thing. So what was the first video project that you worked on? The first project was probably the first project I did with Klamath film, and it was on one of those old. I don't say hold the nineties hand held nineties early two, thousands of Devi Cam with the digital video tape. And one of the first things I learned was that the screen on it is not as it shows brighter than what the actual film was. So I was exposing to the screen and when I actually took the footage home to work on, it was so dark. I had to crank everything is still looked nasty and black, and it was horrible. I'm from Hollywood is well, I grew up in Eugene, but I spent a long time in Hollywood and those Devi cameras there fuzzy because when I was working on a lot of projects, some of those cameras were fifty thousand eight hundred thousand dollars now that everything's gone digital. They're selling those things on EBay for one hundred bucks. People can't get rid of them. Yeah, yeah, ours, ours is more of a consumer grade one though that we were. We're using it was, you know, like something you'd pick up Fred Meyer or whatnot, and it just wasn't that hot and me not knowing what I was doing with it was even worse. So well, one thing that I have found fascinating being involved in film is the number of people like yourselves that got involved in simply by doing, didn't have formal Bagger. There are film schools that people can go to, but lots of times people just get involved when it for the sake of having an idea grabbing a camera and giving a try and kind of learning as you go. Right. That's a funny thing because I think you know, obviously the film industry is still young, maybe one hundred years, old hundred twenty years old. Just you know, it's not like painting or something like that, and it's been a master apprentice industry for a long, long time. You know, you start working on a film as gopher basically, and work your way up. And then at some point you did start getting into the film school stuff with that sort of seemed to be the advice path go to films go, go to USC, go to southern California, whatever the case maybe and then it not in the last probably twenty years with the advance. In technology with the internet, having all of these YouTube videos, and there's several channels that teach you how to do all these filmmaking techniques or whatnot. I think it's really democratized and commodities that industry where you can just from your house, you'll get a five hundred dollar camera. It's amazing compared to anything from, you know, ten twenty years ago and then sit on YouTube for your to do stuff. You know, the technology's advanced, but what's really fascinating to me as just a fan of film in general. I love going back to the old silent film era, the little black Charlie Chaplin Buster Keaton and stuff like that. And you look at the things that they were doing. They were inventing how films are made then. And while the technology may have changed the method for creating film really hasn't and over the course of a century, right? Yeah. The structure is generally isn't actually, I have a slight complaint about structure of fill. You know, when when film for start out, you're talking late, eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds and nobody really knew what to do with it. You know there was this massive creativity of, you know. What? What wild things can I do? You know what weird effects can I do? How can I freak people out that never seen something on screen like this and somewhere in the teens, the nineteen teens. It's sort of took on this the purpose of films to tell a story. And I think it's really been pigeonholed in that one hundred years. You know, it's it's like saying the purpose of painting before there was photography. The purpose of painting was to be as realistic as possible and the medium geared towards that realism until in the eighteen hundreds of the camera came out and they realize somebody could just snap a picture. So you know what was the point of painting now that's when you saw painting expand into, you know, pression ISM and surrealism and Dada. ISM cubism and Jackson Pollock jap- technique and all this kind of wild stuff. And

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