6 Burst results for "michigan highland"

"michigan highland" Discussed on Vote-Voiced Podcast

Vote-Voiced Podcast

04:43 min | 2 months ago

"michigan highland" Discussed on Vote-Voiced Podcast

"Now the cities that there's a primary election, August 3rd 2021, the polls in Michigan, open at 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. okay. Now here are the cities that I am aware of. This is the area I live in, okay? They're going to use, I don't know what cities are in different parts of Michigan. But in this part of Michigan, okay, Taylor Michigan Highland Park, Michigan, Westland, Michigan Dearborn, Michigan Dearborn, Heights, Michigan, Riverview Michigan, Grosse Pointe, Farms Michigan, Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan Detroit, Michigan and Hamtramck, Michigan. See, I'm close to Detroit in that area of Michigan. Okay, so I want you guys who are hearing dead Sound of my voice in this area to remember that. You have a primary election, you are getting ready to choose the people you want to run for mayor. You want to run for city council. Okay? Make sure you know who you're voting for go in there. Look at their names. Go to their Facebook page. See who they are. Read the information that that they're sending you age. You will have a ballot. If you have an absentee ballot, make sure you sign that ballot. Make sure you send it in before you start marking people. Take their name one step at a time and look up Google your candidates. OK, Google your cannons. Okay I want you to remember that the League of Women Voters who who are being forbidden to help voters with information in different parts of the state in the state of Michigan. Okay. That has not taken place. Yep. Okay, go to vote411. They have a list of Voters and what they stand for. Go ahead and take a look at that. Make your choice, make an informed Choice. Okay. When you walk, we must fight voter suppression by voting. I've already sent in my absentee ballots, thank God, I'm able to have one, thank God, that, that voters, the person isn't at every single step. Okay, we need to fight it. We need for the people act. Okay, there's nothing wrong. I'm non-partisan. I'm not telling you who to vote for, but what I am telling you is to vote, get out there and vote, okay fight voter suppression by voting, that's the power you have and listen wherever you are if they're making it difficult to vote if they're making it difficult to register, keep going back and back and back across the bridge people. Cross the bridge. Okay, I don't care how many hoses they use on you. How many dogs they sick on you? Okay, keep going back. Go back and back and back to the counter. They might never serve you, but you're going to make it better for somebody else. Do you understand? Keep going back. Don't give up must fight. Voter suppression. How do we do that? We fight it by voting. We fight voter suppression Americans by voting. Okay, that's our power voting. This is my name is. Donna Miller. This is both boys podcast. You can see I'm passionate about a right to vote em to keep you informed. I want to thank daily cost for, you know, send it out this information to all of us, look, sign up for Daily Kos, has email, support daily cost support everyone. You can that's fighting voter suppression. I want to thank everyone for supporting vote Voice. Please continue to support us. We need your help. I thank you very much. You have a wonderful day. This is. Donna. Miller would vote voiced. Follow us on Twitter. Instagram, Facebook. Okay we're at LinkedIn. We're at our our website is w. W w. We're going to update that soon and I just think everybody you have a wonderful day. God bless you. And remember to vote in fact. Every election and make boating your lifestyle..

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"michigan highland" Discussed on Into America

Into America

03:33 min | 3 months ago

"michigan highland" Discussed on Into America

"During the summers of my childhood in south jersey when the sun was bright and i there were only a ways to escape the heat. There was the ice cream man but that was just a momentary fix and of course there was the log at clinton art. Our rinky little budget amusement park which was pure unadulterated chaotic bliss pricing. For all of us. But the one place i remember most fondly was at some leak tucked in the pine barrens. It was a lake filled with dark colored water with mushy patches and sharp sticks beneath your toes. Which you couldn't even see going to add. Some lake was treat for those of us who didn't have money for plane rides or rich relative to send for us at ads on. You didn't even pay per person to get in you paid per car so we pilot drive twenty minutes listening to w das. The local soul and rb station on the radio handover a few bucks when we arrived and the day was hours sandwiches baggies sour cream and onion chips cheap soda from and the polar your neighbors your cousins kids from school and most of us waiting in cool ugly amazing wooder until the sun went down. We're black and it was beautiful in some ways looking back. I can't help but think we were escaping more than the summer sun. We're finding the freedom to just be in a world where being black and free are not always congruent. Black folks in america have always found ways of escaping the strictures of this country's invisible in sometimes geographic racial boundaries and there are few more vivid illustrations of escapism than our summer traditions. Some were sent back down south to visit relatives others to grow trips along. Well-worn paths to places like at lake still others created havens that withdrawal on more than just black tourist or running from the heat of summer and the heat of racism black people have sought and built whole towns and resorts that became beacons. Black self sufficiency and independence. Were families could swim and vote and fish and be there fool selves in peace teachers and artists businessmen and women working and middle class. Folks flock the places with names. Like i'd awhile in michigan highland beach maryland open loves on martha's vineyard in massachusetts and bruce's beach in california. These black edens drew generations of upwardly mobile. Black people who are should out of white america during much of the twentieth century today just a few of these communities remain predominantly black if they remain at all they've been done in by desegregation. The evolving whims of a younger generation of black families and more recently gentrification with some of these havens have survived. Detention was removed. It was friendship and fun and games and solidarity. We stayed strong and.

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"michigan highland" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"michigan highland" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Street that looked like put him on the news suffering fan base and there so I love spike. Lee's passion for the New York Knicks wish anything in my life. That didn't have my last name. The way spike loves the A mix. I got some really important Jalen and Jacoby. We'll be breaking news of a legend that reached out to me what happened that appreciates the law we give them their re. Stout to US wants me to come on their show. What is happening and they're hoping to come on our show? WHO's this you didn't tell me about this? They're hanging in the studio and they've never been on the show and they're all Jacoby side. Did I get respect respect the cash jewelry. Here's what I expect. Where did you see my d reached out via email? He got his own podcast to the Echo Chamber where I'm going so so so. Will you gotta come represent with me sure and if it's a day you plan basketball. STOP CANCEL ALL PLANS FOR K. You understand how important the Beastie boys are wrong. That's wanted to my life. Go ahead Jacoby. Here's the thing about the beastie boys is they their careers. The the decades of music that they made represents a life cycle. Let me explain how licensed to ill come on scene fight for your right to party. Girls Girls Girls Immature in your face this party boys. That's like when you're teens. You know what I mean Paul's Boutique they get weird. They're doing samples from disco tracks. They're mixing and matching. The B boy. Bouillabaisse is just like weird innovative hip hop way ahead of its time where time like us eight years ago just never seen this excited play time and then you check your head. That's like your twenty s right. Check your head. They're playing their own instruments. They're real musicians off the top of instrumentals so it's like Oh. That's you in your thirties and then we know how it goes from there they release some of their old stuff because they're reliving their selves. It's midlife crisis thing released punk album next and then they go into the they do a tribute they had that one with q tip that album and then they did their tribute to New York City which is like their fifties fifties. You know their career. They didn't do one thing over and over like some of my favorite artists Nas Jada Kiss. They do the same thing over and over for years. There's an Eugene is which is longevity which is dope people. They want to do one thing I do really well not keep affecting my craft bar for the beastie boys chain evolve album to album the same way of person person changes and evolves decade decade. I love the beach boys so much one time ad rock came to a grantland live show. He's really enthused at the bar and I was standing next to him and I was like because you don't say anything say scheme a pound and I was like man Adam Adam Adamant of really appreciate what you say. I appreciate appreciate what you do too. I WANNA CRY WANNA cry. He knew he was. I don't think so whatever present you to so whatever it is. It's like when you see somebody. You don't know whether or not you know them to see you again. I guess Jalen. What have we gotTA? Get Mike D on the show. I gotta get my even for you. You get excited about that. Reg Ledge texted us. Yesterday I was with you eating lunch and he was like shorted the people today that's what he said. He said. We didn't get the people what they wanted today. He's still mad that brought him. I think we're in early. We're the people podcast today and it was a gear ever mad the great thing about our show is even though we clearly work in corporate America on the highest professional platform Disney an ESPN. There's nothing phony about our program. No so oh we hold each other accountable light great teams. If families do come correct we call you on it and you like the mob. It ain't an argument in when red cent that ticks are basically say you're right so we're not giving the people what they want. That won't happen can't can't say we get the people what they want every day until microphone and then not give them what they want but then when I come in today and I'm like Y'all got extra time extra energy. I'm trying. I'm trying to make up for yesterday he he was he's still holding it came from yesterday. Still Hungry what you read she yesterday so name a couple yesterday you know one thing I know about Reggie lead. She likes him. We use the voicemails you know because he goes through a couple of picks a couple of them. Whatever the first two or three that he listens to you likes him use call nine eight five eight zero Jalen? Jaylen was the number nine eight five eight zero J. L. E. N. Also I've been cheating fan you have this program started the twenty eight nine years ago. I think it's literally exactly eight years all exactly eight years ago. Yes and we were only a podcast that we did once a week. It was not an either one of our contracts. It was a passion project Bill Simmons the Father Aww gave us the green light validated US put us in a game we recall the roles report at that point true but whatever Jay David Jacoby we're still super producer doing grantland television doing all podcast creating sports nation all of them we became came to our radio show we went late night. ESPN afternoon thirty minute espn two now what we one hour every day two o'clock espn and so why bring that up is technology has evolved over that time now we entertain the people via social media grandma while we do the podcast remember remember all of the podcast guys listen to they been recorded edited. You're getting here's why here's why you want to listen into the instagram live because we have safety net. We have intelligent human beings that listen to our content and we've stepped over the line they edited out how follow Jalen everybody on Instagram and you watch the live this. This is all the way Ah so we call this is g live interactive read. That'd be giving the people what they won't call. Please please play a voicemail. uh-huh oh registered is computer doesn't work okay okay so this is why we got the people and here's the thing and nothing is this jalen feeling like we have a lot of tech problems on this show you know like you go to other shows they got cameraman and an it people in full control room with thirty forty people people were on get up every day I take same. We got like four people to laptops correct crashes the HA. We're not a real show. I finally made tell us. What are you gonNA record your radio? Come you work here at work here. Ready set of computers back up. He duct tape stuff. You put some chewing gum holes in the computer and he got a voicemail play Yo Jalen and Jacoby. This is David calling from Holland Michigan so I'm listening to the way set up the reds first of all settled for the staff. I'm listening to the POD and Zalin says he's shooting at the club and he needs some college. Although I got six kids been married seven years total so we had they just months ago so I'm in diapers so Jalen my my hey if you and your lady it's time signed up the club going locked and loaded my brother Muslim getting them keep giving the people what they want so every time I complain about my kids. I got three little kids. Someone like David reminds me just how different it could be six children Damian. I will forget my kid's name if there were six of anyone see quit smoking. You won't forget them. You'll be Antonio Commodity in the name of that. He's all. HP off the Obama Guy so David got six kids highly Michigan's highland. You know where those it's like Souhour from Detroit six kids and he said you you're shooting up the club going locked and loaded yeah. I don't know what that means to you bazooka. You know I'm learning so it's different. I'll just talk about me. Okay Yeah talk about you is your the show is different having kids in my late twenties early thirties than it is in my late forties because now technology has advanced to the point where now they're like. If you get produced amazing samples you could possibly pick and choose if it's going to be a boy or girl oh you got you got the DJ premo samples. If you've got the Primo samples you got the good samples examples apples and she needs to be ovulating so what I figured out is because a lot of time to practice not a game not hey the game amy talking about three practice okay so I need to get right with ninety days any bad habits that I have any bad habits I I don't want them to be a part of my sample. Okay just a responsible adult little cleanse cleanse the eating better clean them up skin onto a everything cleaning my skin going to the dentist doing all types of stuff a lifestyle listening every fertility document tell you that you've got to go to the dentist. Definitely Related Related Devastated Debbie Related Shelter Mimi Austin shoutout how big outrage Jackson the Homie Path five five podcast on Wednesdays. He told me he does not have to represent. Oh yeah get on the show. You'll see said he wants us. Come on pod Don done and done Brian Ruko never met her Africa but I love that man. I love that man. He's good at what he does. He's good what he does. He's so good at what he does. I'm like you only thirty Songo own though he's the next mark I'm telling you right now. He'll be he'll be doing the finals in ten years Raum issue. I imagine the next Mar all right David thank you so much the call I know Jalen appreciates your support wheel while he's shooting up. The club. Got The easy we now now. You're for real. I'm popping up. That trump got to give them what they want what they need Sony question. 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"michigan highland" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"michigan highland" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"State. There's a huge part in southeast Michigan Highland Recreation area that was originally at so Ford's sort of weekend getaway property n._F._l.. Twenty four hundred acres I trained and now belongs to the state and everybody gets to enjoy it and you mentioned <hes> you bucket list. The title of this whole theme that we're kind of talking about is why it's important to have a bucket list and a lot of our ears you know they just kind of go and sit someplace and I guess that's okay but what what led you besides the fact that you know. It's the centennial year from Michigan. What led you to to to take this item instant pretty big undertaking but you must be even starting starting to think what happens after we've done this? What are we going to do next <hes> Lucas through that process of of setting out a bucket list and then and then projecting it forward for me you know I think we see everybody trying to do the challenges of visiting visiting every National Park visiting all fifty states or things like that and we're have always been big proponents of what's in your backyard? You know be tourists in your town. We knew that due to our life and our jobs in our children's situations that we weren't going to be able to just set the road right away the we wanted to see what we could do when our hometown in in our backyard and so that's we're kind of the parks challenge came into play it was we have lived in this date for you know thirty some years and realize that we only hit a small fraction of what the state state had offer and so this is opened our eyes to all sorts of places and things in history and sites in places that we'd have never been and I think before we start off to go hit those fifty states and those national parks because that is something that I wanna do but I kinda wanted to do it in my backyard I and it's it's interesting as you said you know if you'd asked us before we started this project. You've been to most of the state parks. I think we would've said yeah probably and then when I started to put a list of one hundred three together they're recounts and places and never even heard of in Michigan. And <hes> but now we're visiting them and it's not just about the state park but we're also looking at you know what is there to do in an area and as you know might mean. There's a ton of stuff in this state in terms of nature but also there's there's the lighthouses. There's a great lakes. There's all these huge inland lakes just a lot of things into across the state and we're going to experience it now. It's been really great. You know hopefully we're in a situation sometimes doing where we can't hit the road and go travel and see those other places. I don't know if I'd specifically take next state and knock them off and that but I think he kinda would be fun and challenge to see how many other parts and places that you could hit. I recommend that for anybody to do <hes> you know I still have Alaska on my bucket list so at some point we're gonna hit that. I hope but you know I think we just kind of pick a small area. I mean we you let move but we also like to kind of. Stay put in with an area so when we do get out on the road I think you'll likely find kind of.

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"michigan highland" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"michigan highland" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Seven million. I'd be like dude on the fire festival going to get the water. Can I do for you? You can have whatever you. I remember when it was all that controversy about the fact that he kisses his his kids on the lips. I was so stupid. He's not making our this kid's you kissed him on the lips. People are weird. They like to complain about everything. He also says it makes them uncomfortable when he's referred to as the goats the greatest QB of all time. That would make me uncomfortable to whenever people are like FREDDY, the greatest of all time. I'm like come on guys. Tell me more tell me more about that. How would make honestly wouldn't that? Make you feel uncomfortable though of someone like kept saying that's how I would walk around with a goat's sweatshirt on would ride a goat into work. It would be weird. How do you respond to that? You know, what you're supposed to be like you, right? Yes. I am. That's what's up. It makes me uncomfortable Angie site. And it's. Liam Neeson went on to address the backlash that he's facing over disturbing story that he told about his younger days nearly four decades ago, a friend of the actors was raped by a black man, he told the reporter that he wanted revenge. So he walked around town with a weapon and hoping this is a quote from him a black bastard would come out of a pob and have a going him. So he could kill him yesterday. His response a quote from Liam Neeson. I'm not a racist. Okay. That's hard to believe the ten worst US cities to call home have been ranked this is based on affordability economy quality of life community, mendota, California is the worst city to call home, no cities in Illinois, by the way. Michigan Highland Park. Michigan. None in Indiana. So yeah, you got great cities. No in Indiana, only Highland Park. Michigan. You don't wanna live there. I guess. Let me see modern family trending today. They've been renewed for their eleventh and final season at ABC. If you love that show, and we screwed up the national days yesterday weeks. We said today's days yesterday is that what it was bad. So we made them up for today national gossip like Rubio day. Come through like Paulina day,.

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"michigan highland" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles

The Kindle Chronicles

07:14 min | 3 years ago

"michigan highland" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles

"You. Let's finish up. Now. With more of your Espy anything questions survey. Sion's John AGA wrote I wanted to share with you an interesting twist of a book, I have noticed publicity for this book one that he recommended the title is when books went to war the stories that helped us win World War Two by Molly Cup till manning published four years ago by Houghton Mifflin, Harcourt. John wrote that the book is quote a history about how a US government reading program can contributed to winning World War Two. This does look like an intriguing book. The reading program was called armed services additions, which distributed one hundred twenty million small lightweight paperbacks for troops to carry in their pockets and rucksacks every theater of war. I didn't realize that the program has inspired by campaign by librarians earlier who were outraged by an enemy that had banned and burned hundred million books. They gather twenty million hardcover book. Donations that were sent free to American troops. And then that led to the program by the army department Entertainment Weekly wrote of when books went to war, whether or not you're a book lever, you'll be moved John. Also, recommended a podcast that I have listened to before I enjoy quite a bit. It's titled a teacher's history of the United States. I'll have linked to the episode that John referred to its title. Gobble, gobble. What's the deal with thanksgiving? This is a myth busting review of the history of thanksgiving. And it contains for me the shocking revelation that the first thanksgiving probably took place in Virginia, not Massachusetts who knew. Among the AMA emails. I received was a surprising one from Mark Roberts of Dallas. Who after considerable hesitation that resistance to Alexa, has gone all in with the home assistant on cyber Monday. He ordered to echo dots on sale for twenty dollars each a smart plug and the fire stick that works with Alexa. He writes, I'm wondering how many others are getting new Alexa devices today or for Christmas Marxist that? I do a show about setting up a echo devices for newbies. I think. It's a great idea. I have been on the Alexa bandwagon right from the start. But I will admit it's tough to stay up to date with all the new capabilities, and you know, it's it's still serve a sidelight to kindle in reading. But it is all things Amazon as an example, I read that Alexa, will be able to hear whispered command and reply with a whisper I thought this was going to be up and running by October. But I just tried it on an echo here at the cottage. And it just didn't seem to work. If you've been whispering to your Alexa. Night in order to let your partner sleep. Please. Let me know how you did it if it sounds cool because you you whisper, and then she whispers back to you. So how do they do that? That's as ING the the key tool for setting up echo devices that I found is the Alexa app on your smartphone. You can also configure devices from your computer at Alexa, dot Amazon dot com. But it seems easier to just use the app on my iphone. I have twenty three devices listed under settings my Alexa app. That includes for TV devices echoes tap, some in Cambridge some in Denver and several fire HD, tablets. It's a little dizzying. But I can go into any one of them and change things like the location. So that it's got the right place to talk to the weather about and there's other settings. There's one that enables you to ask follow up questions. So if you ask Alexa. What's the weather? She'll say what it is. And then as is the blue ring still going around, you can adequate. One without seeing her name, like, what's the weather and older beach. If you wanna fo if you have questions about setting up Alexa devices or using them, maybe you could Email them to me at pod chronicles, Djamil dot com. I'm sure there are going to be a lot of new Alexa, home. So the end of this year. So sometime January might be a good time for deep dive into the topic. Mark Jarvis Email from London with a good question. Why on my kindle, oasis new generation is not possible to benefit from immersive reading could this be remedied by future software update, Mark. I think the answer volts how quickly the e ink screen can refresh itself immersive reading, I think is a great feature of reading kindle book on a tablet or smartphone. The words in the book are highlighted as they are read by the professional narrator audible since the paperweight ino- Acis now have tooth audio capabilities. So you can hook up to speakers or headphones. It would be a natural improvement to give them access. To the immersive reading as long as the Ian could keep up with it market. A second question could audible be switched to a rental model. I have nearly seven hundred titles in my library. Most of which I am unlikely to listen to again that that seems like a good idea to me as well, maybe something like can limited. But for audible books that you could have five at a time on loan, and then move the new books in as you finish the old ones. Good idea. Guven Wien wrote from Grand Rapids. Michigan Highland not urgent or uppermost in TK, see followers, perhaps. But if you have room question, how does e book reading and publishing compare North America compared to other parts of the world. You know of this question is about both the experiential, cultural and the economic market perspective. No doubt your Amazon or forest or contacts have quantitative comparisons. But for the user experience probably your own up surveys. In anecdotes will be most useful. I am guessing Guven I confess I have little personal experience on this topic. I have used kindle in some of our travels to the Galapagos and Africa. But it's not really the same as experiencing how e books are being experienced different languages and cultures. I'm going to be on the lookout for a guest from Amazon or somewhere else who might be able to help us dig into that. That's a good suggestion. Mark Batson emailed from Colorado. Hello, Len happy thanksgiving. Hope I was willing your family, especially your mother's in good health. Just a note to let you know, we stopped by the Amazon four-star store at the park metals molest week I like the experience because it had such a broad cross section of items. We bought a few items and checkout was easy stepped up to the counter with a tablet facing the iside into my Amazon account and checked out. I'm sorry. I didn't check to see what the tablet was. We bought a set of whisks coasters, Harry Potter themed, key ring, and electric toothbrush. All gifts I signed into my Amazon account just now to review these items and under previous orders, you can select a filter system. Order type called Amazon stores Amazon just keeps getting better at removing barriers to separating me from my money. Happy thanksgiving and merry Christmas. Mex- best and Castle Rock, Colorado. That's just south of Denver. Thanks for that report. From the four star store max design mention last week. I made me own visit to the park metal store when we were brief reef in Denver last week. I liked your click list list of items that

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