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There are few singer-songwriters as inimitable as Joni Mitchell, with her swirling song forms, leaping melodies, and that magical voice, untethered by the laws of gravity. On this episode, Kirk takes a deep dive into Joni's 1974 song "Help Me," a hummingbird of a tune hovering between commitment and flight, tumbling and falling past love and toward freedom.Written by: Joni MItchellAlbum: Court and Spark, 1974Listen/Buy via JoniMitchell.comAlso featured:“Big Yellow Taxi” by Joni Mitchell from Ladies of the Canyon, 1970“A Case of You” and "California” by Joni from Blue, 1971“Coyote” by Joni from Hejira, 1976OUTRO SOLOIST: Erik ElligersErik is a Connecticut-based multi-instrumentalist and music educator. He plays saxophone with the New London Big Band and sings and plays guitar for the fabulous band Goodnight Blue Moon - check them out, they're great: https://www.goodnightbluemoon.com/-----LINKS-----SUPPORT STRONG SONGSPaypalme/kirkhamiltonmusic | Patreon.com/strongsongsMERCH STOREstore.strongsongspodcast.comSOCIAL MEDIA@StrongSongs | @Kirkhamilton | IG: @Kirk_HamiltonNEWSLETTERhttps://kirkhamilton.substack.com/subscribeJOIN THE DISCORDhttps://discord.gg/GCvKqAM8SmTHE STRONG SONGS PLAYLISTSpotify | Apple Music | YouTube Music--------------------AUGUST 2022 WHOLE-NOTE PATRONSMiriam JoyRonjanSEAN D WINNIEDaniel Hannon-BarryRRElliot RosenAshley HoagMark and MichelleDonald MackieMelissa OsborneChristopher MillerJamie WhiteChristopher McConnellDavid MascettiJoshua JarvisNikoJoe LaskaKen HirshJezMelanie AndrichJenness GardnerSimon CammellGuinevere BoostromNarelle HornBill RosingerErinAidan CoughlanJeanneret Manning Family FourDave SharpeSami SamhuriAccessViolationRyan TorvikGlennJim ChokeyAndre BremerMark SchechterDave FloreyAUGUST 2022 HALF-NOTE PATRONSDr Arthur A GrayCarolinaGary PierceMatt BaxterGiantPredatoryMolluskCasey FaubionLuigi BocciaRob AlbrightE Margaret WartonDaniel MosierCharles McGeeCatherine ClauseOwain HuntRenee DowningDrewRohan LatimerKenIsWearingAHatTonyJordan BlockAaron WadeChad HivnerTravis PollardJeff UlmJamieDeebsPortland Eye CareAdam RayAnupama RaghavanDemetri DetsaridisCarrie SchneiderAlenka GrealishAnne GerryRichard SneddonDavid JudsonJulian RoleffJanice BerryDoreen CarlsonDavid McDarbyAbigail DuffieldRaphadavidWendy GilchristLisa TurnerPaul WayperDennis M EdwardsJeffrey FerrisBruno GaetaKenneth JungbenAdam StofskyZak RemerRishi SahayJason ReitmanGreg BurgessAilie FraserVonPaul McGrealKaren ArnoldNATALIE MISTILISJosh SingerPhino DeLeonSchloss Edward J. MDAmy Lynn ThornsenAdam WKelli BrockingtonStephen RawlingsBen MachtaVictoria YuKevin RiversBrad ClarkChristopherMichael J. CunninghamMark Boggsmino caposselaSteve PaquinSarahDavid JoskeEmma SklarBernard KhooRobert HeuerMatthew GoldenDavid NoahGeraldine ButlerRichard CambierMadeleine MaderTimothy DoughertyJason PrattStewart OakAbbie BergSam NortonDoug BelewDermot CrowleyAchint SrivastavaRyan RairighMichael BermanOlivia BishopJohn GisselquistElaine MartinKourothBonnie PrinsenSharon TreeBelinda Mcgrath-steerLiz SegerEoin de BurcaKevin PotterM Shane BordersPete SimmSusan PleinDallas HockleyJason GerryNathan GouwensWill Dwyer Alethea LeeLauren ReayEric PrestemonCookies250Damian BradyAngela LivingstoneJeffyThanadrosDavid FriedmanSarah SulanDiane HughesKenneth TiongJo SutherlandMichael CasnerDerek BenderJen SmallLowell MeyerEtele IllesStephen TsoneffLorenz SchwarzWenJack SjogrenGeoff GoldenRobyn FraserPascal RuegerRandy SouzaJCClare HolbertonDiane TurnerTom ColemanTijs SoeteMark PerryDhu WikMelEric HelmJake RobertsJonathan DanielsSteven MaronMichael FlahertyJarrod SchindlerCaro Fieldmichael bochnerDuncanNaomi WatsonDavid CushmanAlexanderChris KGavin DoigSam FennTanner MortonAJ SchusterJennifer BushDavid StroudAmanda FurlottiAndrew BakerMatt GaskellJules BaileyAndrew FairBill ThorntonBrian AmoebasBrett DouvilleJeffrey OlsonMatt BetzelMuellerNate from KalamazooMelanie StiversRichard TollerAlexander PolsonEarl LozadaJon O'KeefeJustin McElroyArjun SharmaJames JohnsonKevin MorrellKevin PennyfeatherEmily Williams
This week, Josh sits down and talks with Timmy Ray and Chance Stalcup from North Carolina. These guys are serious predator hunters, and we go in depth to break down their calling style, rifle setups and approach to coyote hunting. We talk wind directions, using vocals to call coyotes, and how they patterned a black coyote to eventually put in in their truck. Chance is an active duty marine, and Timmy spent 4 years in the Marine Corps and has now been a law enforcement officer for the past 22 years. I want to personally say THANK YOU to both of these men for their service, and thank you both for taking the time to sit and chat! And as always thank you ALL for listening! Everyone make sure you go check out these guys' pages at dropzonehuntin_enc and carolina_coyote_coalition on Instagram https://youtube.com/user/txmarine5 https://youtube.com/channel/UC_GlOOIpwUZ3vcxo3G8zyaQ www.predatorhunteroutdoors.com code (light) for 20% off lighting producs, code (tripod) for 10% off tripods and mounts www.huntwise.com code (overdrive) for 20% off an annual membership www.sionyx.com
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Forrest, Patrick & Peter are back with an old-school Wild Times episode! We're bringing back all the old segments you know and love with all new exciting stories and fantastic animals! Leave a review on iTunes Apple Podcast: https://thewildtimespodcast.com/itune... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wildtimespod/ Official Website: https://thewildtimespodcast.com/ Info: https://thewildtimespodcast.com/info Merch: https://thewildtimespodcast.com/merch Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wildtimespod Enjoy, brosteners! TWT #99 - The Breakdown 00:00 - Intro 04:35 - Bullfrogs Don't Sleep 07:45 - Coyote in Patrick's Neighborhood 09:15 - Pat's Math 24:30 - Red Abalone Hunting 33:30 - Patrick's Bike Ride 39:30 - What's In The News? 55:10 - Bizarre Animal of the Week 1:05:30 - Wrapping Up
Communication Professor Dr. Debra Merskin discusses her study of arguments for and against a ban on Oregon's coyote killing contests, including her recommendations for animal advocates to use approaches that are more likely to resonate with the rural residents arguing to keep the killing contests (although, other rural residents and some hunters also believe these killing contests should be banned). This 27-minute interview, hosted by Carrie Freeman for "In Tune to Nature," from August 2022, is broad enough to be applicable to any state's efforts to ban wildlife killing contests in considering various people's worldviews on animals, government, and independence. You can read Dr. Merskin's full study in the international open-access scholarly journal Journalism & Media at https://www.mdpi.com/2673-5172/3/2/22/htm Project Coyote is a good resource for those looking for wildlife advocacy strategies that have worked. Their website is https://projectcoyote.org/ In Tune to Nature is a weekly show airing on Wednesdays from 6:30-7pm EST on Atlanta indie station WRFG (Radio Free Georgia) 89.3FM hosted by Carrie Freeman, Sonia Swartz, or Melody Paris. Please consider donating to support this 50-year old independent progressive radio station at www.wrfg.org Take care of yourself and others, including other species. Photo credit of coyote killing contest: Humane Society of the U.S.
HUNTROVERSY!!! Dogs, bait, contained shoots, massive harvest numbers on certain species....Many interesting methods of hunting are currently legal. The question is, out of these controversial hunting methods, which are ethical? If you would like to watch some of our hunts on Youtube, check them out at the following link: Youtube Channel. If you would like to suggest a "Huntroversy" for us to talk about, send us an email through the contact tab of our website: Website As always, follow us on your favorite social media apps: Facebook: LINK Instagram: LINK Twitter: LINK
Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K, this week we welcome back country musician Don Amero in our Spotlight. He has been staying busy and racking up the honors, he currently holds 3 titles at the Manitoba Country Music Awards. His new album is out “Nothing is Meaningless,” a great mix of country tunes you'll enjoy. Don is featured in our current issue of the SAY Magazine, visit our music page to read all about him at www.indigenousinmusic.com/don-amero-interview-2/. Enjoy music from Don Amero, Kyle McKearney, Julian Taylor, Midnight Shine, Link Wray & His Ray Men, Amaru Tribe, Luciano Supervielle, Samantha Crain, Bud Holly, Latin Vibe, Desire Dorion, Dave Wasyliw, Eadse, Stolen Identity, Shauna Seeteenak, Aasiva, Brandis B. Knudsen. Melody McArthur, Jahkota, Elastic Bond, Carlos & Cubalos, Bostich + Fussible, Rey Pila, Dan-George Mckenzie, Mike Paul Kuekuatsheu, Tracy Lee Nelson, Gary Small & teh Coyote' Bros., Michael Bucher, Cary Morin, Leanne Goose, Tracy Bone, Raquel Cole and much more. Visit our homepage at www.IndigenousinMusicandArts.org and visit our virtual gallery, currently featuring Jimmy Lee Young. #GivingIndigenousinMusicandArts
Chickasaw composer and U.S. Cultural Ambassador Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate releases a new album, Winter Moons. Winter Moons is a ballet in four movements based upon American Indian legends from the Northern Plains and the Rocky Mountains, performed with a live storyteller to guide the audience. The title of the ballet is derived from the ancient idea that American Indian stories – some serious historical narratives, and others lighthearted bedtime stories for children, but all usually carrying a moral – are best told during the full moons of the wintertime. Winter Moons was Tate's very first composition, commissioned by and dedicated to his mother, choreographer Dr. Patricia Tate. Spirit Chief Names the Animal People was part of the original version of Winter Moons and is now performed as a separate work with a narrator.Winter Moons TracklistJerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate – Winter Moons (1992) 1. Introduction (The Four Moons) - Winter Moon - Puberty Blessing Songs [13:11] 2. The Indian Spirit at Mesa Falls [9:36] 3. Red Plume and The Medicine Wheel - The Origin of Bitterroot [11:34] 4. She Runs With the Wind - Finale [6:30] Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate – Spirit Chief Names the Animal People 5. Coyote [2:16] 6. Bear [2:18] 7. Salmon [1:57] 8. Eagle [3:27] 9. Coyote (reprise) [1:51] Winter Moons OrchestraFrank J. Toth, ConductorRecorded at Kulas Hall Cleveland Institute of MusicPurchase the music (without talk) at:Winter Moons (classicalsavings.com)Your purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival and Uber. @CMDHedgecock#ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalMusicAlive#LaMusicaFestival #CMDGrandOperaCompanyofVenice #CMDParisPhilharmonicinOrléans#CMDGermanOperaCompanyofBerlin#CMDGrandOperaCompanyofBarcelonaSpain#ClassicalMusicLivesOn#Uber Please consider supporting our show, thank you!http://www.classicalsavings.com/donate.html firstname.lastname@example.org This album is broadcasted with the permission of Katy Salomon representing Primo Artists. https://khedgecock.podomatic.com/rss2.xml
The heroes of the Coyote's Aegis campaign have to fend off numerous attacks upon their caravan as they make their way to the city of Decima where they witness a confrontation between Arthur, Tusk, Magnus Dwarfbelly, and Prince Foob! Then the Verse campaign wraps up as Magill describes the big final adventure and talks about what he's going to be doing next with his segment of the show, now that he's out of campaign notes to draw upon. And in the tavern we talk about the retro RPG Starfaring and the modern RPG cbr+pnk! Find us on Facebook! All music composed by Vince Nitro.
This week, Kevin sits down and talks with Mr. James Bostock, owner of Boss Predator Acoustics. B.P.A produces high quality sound files for your electronic caller, and he takes the time to talk about why he started creating his own sounds, and how that turned into a company. James talks about his early years in Virginia, and how he used to hunt solely for the peace and quiet, living in a house with a large family. They also discuss how long James has been predator hunting Idaho laws for predator hunting Electronic caller choices Increase of hunting pressure and how to adapt tournament hunting and much more! Thank you all so much for listening, and be sure to check out Boss Predator Acoustics on facebook, youtube and Instagram! www.predatorhunteroutdoors.com code (light) for 20% off lighting producs, code (tripod) for 10% off tripods and mounts www.huntwise.com code (overdrive) for 20% off an annual membership www.sionyx.com
A story of iterant sheep drovers in 1920s Australia. The scenery and great acting make The Sundowners (1960) a great movie. The Coyote's Tale, a noir mystery by John Cornelison is available on Amazon in paperback and on Kindle Support the show with a purchase from Merch SPREAD THE WORD! If you enjoyed this episode head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating, a review, and subscribe! Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcast Find us at: Libsyn Page Ganna Amazon Music Spotify Radiodotcom We would love to get your feedback! Email email@example.com Read more at classicmovierev.com
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In today's episode of the 2-Minute Drill, Success is a Choice podcast host, Jamy Bechler talks about a myth surrounding the Roadrunner and Coyote from the Looney Tunes and how we have a tendency to jump to conclusions in our daily lives. The 2-Minute Drill is a short and sweet segment that examines insights regarding success, business, teamwork, culture, or leadership. - - - - If you're a coach (or really anyone that matter) that wants to increase your toolbox of inspirational quotes or remarks, then check out Jamy's book, "The Coach's Bulletin Board". It has 1000+ insights, thoughts, excerpts, and quotes to help inspire others. Visit JamyBechler.com/BulletinBoardBook. - - - - Please follow us on Twitter @CoachBechler for positive insights and tips on leadership, success, culture, and teamwork. - - - - Please check out our weekly virtual sessions for parents, coaches, students, and administrators at FreeLeadershipWorkshop.com. These sessions are free and cover a variety of topics. - - - - The Success is a Choice podcast network is made possible, in part, by TheLeadershipPlaybook.com. Great teams have great teammates and everyone can be a person of influence. Build a stronger culture today by helping athletes become better teammates and more positive leaders. Get $100 off your first year when you use the coupon code SUCCESS at checkout. Chin Up Chest Out is also a proud partner of the Success is a Choice podcast network. ChinUpChestOut.com is more than a great apparel brand, it's a movement. A portion of all sales of their fabulous merchandise and apparel goes to support mental health initiatives. Our listeners can get 10% off and free shipping with promo code PLAYBOOK. With the new NIL (name, image, and likeness) rules, they are looking for college athletes to be brand ambassadors. - - - - Please consider rating the podcast with 5 stars and leaving a quick review on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are the lifeblood of a podcast. This helps tremendously in bringing the podcast to the attention of others. Thanks again for listening and remember that “Success is a choice. What choice will you make today?” - - - - Jamy Bechler is the author of four books including The Captain and The Bus Trip, host of the Success is a Choice Podcast, professional speaker, and trains organizations on creating championship cultures. He previously spent 20 years as a college basketball coach and administrator. The Leadership Playbook is Bechler's online program that helps athletes become better teammates and more positive leaders while strengthening a team's culture. As a certified John Maxwell leadership coach, Bechler has worked with businesses and teams, including the NBA. Follow him on Twitter at @CoachBechler. To connect with him via email or find out about his services, please contact speaking@CoachBechler.com. You can also subscribe to his insights on success and leadership by clicking here.
David Thomas is an instructional and game designer who has designed and published multiple educational video games. As a co-founder of Absurdist Productions, he has also written and published multiple RPG products and card games. Including his first game Churrascaria, a game of fighting over food at a Brazilian steakhouse. Will Thompson is a professional game designer, writer, and instructional designer. He has written and published multiple educational video games in his day job. In addition, he co-founded Absurdist Productions to design and publish hobby games and has written and published multiple RPG products. Including work for Pazio and Coyote & Crow. Absurdist Productions' newest title, PaleoVet is currently on Kickstarter. Check it out: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/941694206/paleovet-0 FOLLOW US ON: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/boardgamebinge Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boardgamebingepodcast Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/boardgamebinge Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@tinrobotgames WHERE TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5RJbdkguebb3MSLAatZr7r iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-board-game-binge-72500104/ Tune In: https://tunein.com/embed/player/p1344218/ Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0vYm9hcmRnYW1lYmluZ2U= Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/board-game-binge/id1522623033 Visit Our Websites: Board Game Binge: https://boardgamebinge.com/ Tin Robot Games: https://tinrobotgames.com Elixir Board Games: https://www.elixirboardgames.com/our-games
The world might be ending, but a summertime recipe might ease the worries. Today's story is “A Simple Guide to Sugar-Free Lemonade by Arthur Felice” by Dirt Coyote, who, when he's not causing all sorts of trouble on twitter, is writing a novel, a series, and short furry fiction. His story featured on The Voice of Dog, “I'm Just Your Stud” was nominated for Coyotl's Best Short Story of 2021. Find him at DirtCoyote on Twitter for future updates. Read for you by https://twitter.com/khakidoggy (Khaki), your faithful fireside companion. thevoice.dog | https://www.thevoice.dog/apple (Apple podcasts) | https://www.thevoice.dog/spotify (Spotify) | https://www.thevoice.dog/google (Google Podcasts) If you have a story you think would be a good fit, you can https://www.sofurry.com/view/1669084 (check out the requirements), fill out the https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1z81u5O2i8PWSfEpzaVhHeTjrp1kKP7TX?usp=sharing (submission template) and get in touch with us on https://twitter.com/voiceofdogpod (Twitter).
Laugh with our daily morning show + WIN 2 first class tickets to our show in Atlanta!Next YouTube LIVE: TOMORROW! Friday, July 29th at 8c/9eNext MEETUP: Atlanta -- Vinyl, Friday, Sept 2ndTickets: https://bit.ly/3tdaz7lMerch:https://www.pkanddkshop.com/Today:• Your IVN's describe your admiration for PK and his relationship with his stepmom• DK changes her mind about using Coyote urine to get rid of unruly raccoons• An anonymous guy shares his most scandalous story • Today's One Random Question: What is something you HATE that everyone loves?• DK reads your DM's; Update from Mikel and his “Sporatical Shirt, John D. has advice on how to get a banned Facebook page back +Coach Meggs has words for PK!• We go down a rabbithole of Facebook Robot Zuckerburg • Duryan asks the most ridiculous question about “Mega Millions”, Instagram needs to stop copying TikTok + SoulCycle will trade you in studio classes for your Peloton bike in Denise's “Top 3 Things”• How Stupid Are You? The Bishop and his MILLION dollar robbery• Extra Work Tony has words for ALL OF US, its time to, “take a step up and swing” and get that subscription to “PK and DK +”• Birthday shoutouts return• Duryan teases us about a tiktok hack that PK says is NOT useful • And so much more!Subscribe for ad-free listening (plus uncensored option): https://bit.ly/3AVvltaGuess 'What's That Noise': https://bit.ly/3hsl4hcGames, pictures and videos: www.PKandDK.com
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Morgan Baum is a second-generation potter at Clay Coyote in Hutchinson Minnesota. Clay Coyote specializes in pottery that you can cook with including the flameware line of clay that can go from refrigerator to stove top and their popular line of pizza stones and grill baskets made of out pottery that can withstand high heat.Join them and a host of other potters at this year's Minnesota Pottery Festival in Hutchinson Minnesota on July 30 and 31, 2022. Find more details here. Support the show
An average Film Noir with a cast of stars; including Humphrey Bogart, Sydney Greenstreet, and Alexis Smith) in Conflict (1945) The Coyote's Tale, a noir mystery by John Cornelison is available on Amazon in paperback and on Kindle Support the show with a purchase from Merch SPREAD THE WORD! If you enjoyed this episode head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating, a review, and subscribe! Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcast Find us at: Libsyn Page Ganna Amazon Music Spotify Radiodotcom We would love to get your feedback! Email firstname.lastname@example.org Read more at classicmovierev.com
This week, Josh sits down and talks with Austin Pressy of Wicked 7 Outdoors. Austin was born in Missouri but moved to Texas at 16 when his dad took on a new job position. Wicked 7 Outdoors is a "multi faceted" company, specializing in guiding, ranch consulting, and exotic trapping. Austin talks about the challenges of what he does, including keeping animals alive during a drought Spot and stalk vs hunting over a feeder high fence vs low fence hunting mature Audad dealing with predators including fox, coyote and bobcat and much more! Thank you Austin for taking the time to sit and talk this week! Check out Wicked 7 Outdoors on all social media platforms @Wicked 7 Outdoors and check out some of the awesome hunts they offer! Thank you all so much for listening! www.predatorhunteroutdoors.com Code (light) for 20% off light products Code (tripod) for 10% off tripods and weapon mounts www.huntwise.com Code (Overdrive20) for 20% off an annual membership
We have forever been captivated by the force of the will to live.The will to live is a power inside us all to battle for survival when our lives are compromised by a sickness like cancer. However, this power is stronger in certain individuals than in others.Tara Coyote joined Integrative Cancer Solutions this week and shared some of the chunks of her emotional yet influential journey of cancer which she jotted down in her book. She went through a difficult time when her best friend was on her deathbed battling cancer and Tara being her caretaker did all possible things to save her life but she couldn't survive. It was around a year when Tara was still recovering from the loss of her beautiful friend where she found herself in the same position after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Tara went through deep dive challenges to overcome this disease. She also shared her diet plan and supplements that helped her to regain it along with the support of people. The danger of death frequently recharges our enthusiasm for the significance of life, love, and everything to appreciate. Confronting the vulnerabilities of living with a sickness makes life more significant. The littlest joys are strengthened and a large part of hypocrisy in life is dispensed with. At the point when harshness and outrage start to disseminate, there is as yet a limit with regards to bliss.Integrative Cancer Solutions was created to instill hope and empowerment. Other people have been where you are right now and have already done the research for you. Listen to their stories and journeys and apply what they learned to achieve similar outcomes as they have, cancer remission and an even more fullness of life than before the diagnosis. Guests will discuss what therapies, supplements, and practitioners they relied on to beat cancer. Once diagnosed, time is of the essence. This podcast will dramatically reduce your learning curve as you search for your own solution to cancer. For more information about products and services discussed in this podcast, please visit www.integrativecancersolutions.com. To learn more about the cutting-edge integrative cancer therapies Dr. Karlfeldt offer at his center, please visit www.TheKarlfeldtCenter.com.
Garrett Kissack lives in Gillette Wyoming. He is a jack of all trades and an all around hand. He works as a ranch hand building fence, cowboying, bailing hay, guiding hunters , hunting coyotes, fighting bulls and being a rodeo pickup man; all the while being a great husband and father. On the podcast we talk about rodeo, coyote hunting and much more!!! Follow Garrett Kissack on :IG: @gkissack or @topdog_huntKeep Blazing Trails & TellingTales!!!
Both Supervising Producers of Gargoyles, Frank Paur and Greg Weisman, join us to discuss transitioning into the second season. We also talk about Frank directing the episode, the evolution of Coyote, tricking the audience, Jean Paul Sartre and much more. Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Audible, Spotify, and your podcatcher of choice! Follow us on Twitter at: @FromEyrieVisit Jennifer L. Anderson's online stores at: Angel Wings and Demon TailsVisit Greg Weisman at: Ask GregVisit Frank Paur... Continue reading
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This week, Kevin sits down and talks with Dennis Gilmore, owner of thepredatorhunter.com Dennis has written 2 books on predator hunting as well as a ton of articles for his blog, all written from knowledge gained from other, more successful hunters around the country. The topics range from shotgun hunting for coyotes, to hunting season breakdowns by state and bobcat hunting tactics with many others in between. They talk about what triggered Dennis to learn how to predator hunt How he gained the knowledge to put down his first predator The importance of getting more people involved N.Y state firearms laws Make sure to check out thepredatorhunter.com and thank you all so much for listening! www.predatorhunteroutdoors.com code (light) for 20% off light products and (tripod) for 10% off tripods/mounts www.huntwise.com code (Overdrive20) for 20% off an annual membership!
¡Es súper jueves y vamos a platicar de nuestras historias al emigrar a este gran país! Por tierra, por mar, por aire ¿cómo cruzaste la frontera? ¡Episodio dedicado a todos los migrantes!¡Escucha ya el Podcast del Show de Raul Brindis, refrescante diversión en el verano a cualquier hora!
Are you trying everything you can think of to make extra income yet not hitting that income goal? Are you tired of not seeing your income grow as you wanted? Listen to this episode to find out how the Coyote Effect is holding you back 1 thing you can do right now to check whether you're set up for success or not 1 action you need to take right now if you want to make an extra $1000/mo
Join librarian Shelley as she speaks with two of the staff for the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center, located in Scottsdale Arizona. The SWCC is a unique animal rehabilitation facility that partners with state and federal programs to house displaced wildlife. We'll meet Don Coyote (the center's first resident) as well as Heavenly (a bear with a sweet tooth), Tocho the mountain lion, and more. We'll also discuss the issues facing the wildlife of the Sonoran desert as more of their habitat is absorbed into human environments. And tune in to discover more great books about the confluence of humans and nature, such as The Glitter in the Green: In Search for Hummingbirds by Jon Dunn, The Puma Years: A Memoir by Laura Coleman; The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate―Discoveries from A Secret World by Peter Wohlleben, and Zooburbia by Tai Moses
We start with a tragedy, then a cautionary tale of the world not ready for a band. We then find more positive inspiration from an artist who delivers a huge seller. We end with a legend. Janis Joplin dies just before releasing her magnum opus, “Pearl.” A band called Fanny is ready to rock, but a culture poisoned by the patriarchy isn't yet ready to accept them. Carole King makes Tapestry, a sincere, modest, and deeply personal album that hits huge and becomes a milestone for women. We complete the story with a profile of one of the giants of 20th Century Music, Joni Mitchell. We discuss her artistic and commercial peak in the early 70s with “Blue,” “For the Roses,” and “Court and Spark.” We admire all of these women for kicking down the door, and we celebrate the progress we've made since them, but there is still a long way to go. Now for some general remarks about the research and writing.To the best of our ability, we tried to center women in this chapter. We'll leave it to the listener to decide how we did with that.There's a diversity of opinion about this, but we think it's fair to say the second wave of feminism hits the crest during the period we are covering, and it is not at all a coincidence that women really start to make big and important contributions to Rock Music right around this time too. Roe vs Wade was decided right around here, about fifty years ago. We are painfully aware of the US Supreme Court's recent decision to overturn Roe, stripping many millions of American women of their fundamental human rights to bodily autonomy and medical privacy.As we move forward with our chapters, we will document that half century of regressive backlash and how it got us here; it's part of the story. Like we often say, Rock N Roll reflects back on, interacts with, and affects the larger society. And vice versa. In the late Sixties and early Seventies, it seemed like the progress would be permanent, and that more progress was on the way. Some of us were naive enough to believe that. We would do well now to remember the words of the anti slavery activist Frederick Douglass, way back in 1857: This struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, and it may be both moral and physical, but it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. SongsJanis Joplin: “Move Over,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “Mercedes Benz,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “A Woman Left Lonely,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “Buried Alive in the Blues,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “Pearl,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “Get it While You Can,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “Me & Bobby McGee,” from Pearl, 1971Fanny: “Blind Alley,” from Fanny Hill, 1972Fanny: “Hey Bulldog,” from Fanny Hill, 1972Fanny: “Ain't That Peculiar,” from Fanny Hill, 1972Fanny: “Cat Fever,” from Charity Ball, 1971Fanny, “Butter Boy,” from Rock and Roll Survivors, 1974Collage of Carole King Songs:One Fine Day - ChiffonsWill You Love Me Tomorrow - The ShirellesThe Locomotion - Little EvaI'm Into Something Good - Herman's HermitsPleasant Valley Sunday - The MonkeesUp on the Roof - DriftersDon't Bring Me Down - The AnimalsTake Care Good Care of My Baby - Bobby VeeChains - BeatlesJust Once in My Life - Righteous Brothers.Go Away Little Girl - Steve LawrenceOh No Not My Baby - Dusty SpringfieldOne Fine Day - Carole KingCarole King: “You've Got a Friend,” from Tapestry, 1971Carole King: “I Feel the Earth Move, from Tapestry, 1971Carole King: “It's Too Late,” from Tapestry, 1971Carole King: “Beautiful,” from Tapestry, 1971Carole King: “So Far Away,” from Tapestry, 1971Carole King, “Tapestry,” from Tapestry, 1971Joni Mitchell, “California,” from Blue, 1971Joni Mitchell, “The Circle Game,” from Clouds, 1970Joni Mitchell, “All I Want,” from Blue, 1971Joni Mitchell, “You Turn Me on I'm a Radio, from For The Roses, 1972Joni Mitchell, “Free Man in Paris,” from Court and Spark, 1973Joni Mitchell, “Raised on Robbery,” from Miles of Aisles, 1974Joni Mitchell (with The Band), “Coyote,” from The Last Waltz, 1978Herbie Hancock (with Wayne Shorter, and Corrinne Bailey Rae), “River” from River: The Joni Letters, 2007Joni Mitchell: “Help Me,” from Court and Spark, 1973Voice TalentRichard Evans as L.A. County CoronerStephanie Pena as Alice EcholsStephanie Meyers as the voice of Creem MagazineAmanda Morck as Meredith OchsChristy Alexander Hallberg as the voice of the IMA mission statementCarole King as HerselfErin Alden as Tanya PearsonLynley Ehrlich as Carol HanischThessaly Lerner as Judy KutulasHolly Cantos as the voice of the New York TimesOnline ResourcesRock's Back PagesCoroner's Report, archived at janisjoplin.net ABC Nightly News Report, from October 4th, 1970Deeper Digs in Rock: 'Rock N Roll Woman: The Fifty Fiercest Female Rockers' with Meredith OchsThe Institute for the Musical Arts1416 N. La Brea Ave, Hollywood50 years ago, the Sylmar earthquake shook L.A., and nothing's been the same sinceWomen of Rock Oral History Project"That's the Way I've Always Heard It Should Be": Baby Boomers, 1970s Singer-Songwriters, and Romantic RelationshipsCarol Hanisch The Personal is PoliticalNew York Times “Albums as Mileposts in a Musical Century”Deeper Digs in Rock: Reckless Daughter - A Portrait of Joni MitchellJonimitchell.comJoni Mitchell, Woman of Heart and MindBooksJoan Didion, “Slouching Towards Bethlehem”Alice Echols: “Scars of Sweet Paradise”Carole King: “Natural Woman”Meredith Ochs: “Rock And Roll Woman: The Fifty Fiercest Women Rockers”Sheila Weller: “Girls Like Us”Jerry Wexler: “Rhythm and the Blues”David Yaffe: “Reckless Daughter”Documentaries and FilmsFanny: The Right to Rock
Episode 104 Did Coyote Peterson Find Bigfoot? BREAKING NEWS! Youtuber Coyote Peterson posted on his social media sites a photo of a primates skull he found in the remote forests of British Colombia. He stated he has had the skull for several weeks and smuggled it though TSA and customs. Coyote is wildly known as the man who lets bugs bite, snakes and other animals bite him. But is he also the man who has found the skull of bigfoot, a gorilla or a primate yet to be discovered. How did it get there? Is it a HOAX? Lets sit by the fire and talk about it with special guest Alex Crouch. Link to the photos: https://www.facebook.com/CoyotePeterson/photos/pcb.5371856992889931/5371856892889941/ @CoyotePeterson Share this episode with your friends, family anyone who doesn't know about What Goes Bump In The Night!! Thank you again night crew for being the best community in the podcasting world! We appreciate you more then you will ever know! We have a Facebook group and we will posting in it regularly join here https://www.facebook.com/groups/wgbitnnightcrew Thank you Night Crew for all of your support! Shop What Goes Bump: https://what-goes-bump-in-the-night.myspreadshop.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC93q... Tiktok whatgoesbumpin_thenight Twitter: @Whatgoesbumpod Instagram @whatgoesbumppod CashApp: $Whatgoesbump Venmo: @Whatgoesbump Email Whatgoesbumppodcast@gmail.com #CoyotePeterson #Bigfoot #Cryptozoology #Skull #Sasquach #Hoax #Discovery #AnimalPlanet #Mystery #Bravewilderness
Andrew Silver, the CEO of MoLo Solutions, came on the Freight Caviar Podcast. We discuss his family, his early years in logistics, and the lessons he has learned from working at Coyote to running "the hottest freight brokerage in Chicago". Andrew also answers some questions from my Instagram followers.
Today, I have a treat for you guys—I'm interviewing Chantel Zimmerman, the founder and creator of Sensory Garden and Play, on her first podcast ever! Chantel lives, breathes, eats, and shits proprioception, vestibular movement, and big play, and I wanted to have her on the show to talk about her educational philosophy and the programs that she runs, including her forest school. Chantel starts the episode by telling us about her background as a public school teacher and how her post-pregnancy move into tutoring led to her setting up programs based on sensory learning and eventually opening her full-blown forest school. She then explains how important it is for parents to give serious thought to what they want from childcare before choosing a program and that we often get trapped in an outdated educational philosophy that prepares kids to work in industry rather than for the modern world they'll be living in. In her school, Chantel uses a Scandinavian model that encourages kids to learn from life and experience the outdoors rather than prioritizing academics. She also talks about how the pandemic has resulted in many parents challenging the school system and explains how she attempts to bridge public schooling, homeschooling, and unschooling to combine the best of all three systems. Next, we discuss the concept of risk in play, in which parents encourage their kids to learn to assess risk and honor their bodies. Chantel explains that taking this approach avoids teaching children helplessness and enabling them to always need a parent and instead instills them with self-esteem that they'll carry into the rest of their lives. Then, Chantel describes the Emergent Curriculum model that she uses in her forest school, which involves asking parents to report on what their children are interested in learning and then using that data to create a curriculum based on what the children want to learn, ensuring every kid is interested and engaged. This model also lets Chantel move away from the regimented structure of learning seen in public school and provide a blend between life skills and social and emotional well-being. Part of this is Chantel's focus on emotional regulation and empowerment—for kids and parents—including her focus on informal meditation as part of her educational toolset. We then talk about the benefits of multi-age learning, which Chantel employs at her forest school, and how it gives kids both the chance to feel more advanced than others and to have a model to strive for. Chantel also addresses the concerns about bullying in multi-age environments, pointing out that her school has no bullying because they try to see problematic behavior as communication and a chance to figure out the root problem rather than something to be punished with shame and humiliation. And finally, we wrap up the episode with some details about the fun stuff Chantel has coming up in the next few months, including new courses and classes parents and caregivers can come to along with their kids. The Finer Details of This Episode: Chantel started out as a public school sector teacher, working in the inner city for many years before moving to suburbia and teaching there. Then, after she had her kids, she started tutoring, which is when her plans for Sensory Garden and Play started forming. She got an influx of people asking her to tutor kindergarten, something that doesn't really happen, and became confused when she realized that the kids she was getting tutoring requests for were totally up to par, they weren't behind at all. So she decided to ask the parents to let her teach her way by bringing the kids outside and using tools like sensory bins and eventually decided to start up her own program, with fourteen families signing up right from the jump. Within a week, she had a call from another town asking if she could set up a program there too for ten parents. And another request for twelve the week after that. Eventually, the program got so big that she had to contact a nearby nature center to rent space, turning her program into a full-blown forest school. Chantel's not a fan of the coined terms that get thrown around in education, her least favorite phrase being “kindergarten readiness.” She understands that it's a seductive term, but it's a symptom of her opinion that we're pushing the academic component way too young instead of teaching kids to regulate their emotional systems. When parents are looking for childcare or daycare, Chantel says it's really important to figure out the number one thing you want from it. That could be something practical like cost or location, it could be for the kids to have a great time while they're there, or it could be somewhere that meshes with your educational philosophy (this is Chantel's priority for her own kids, that she wants them to love to learn). Back in the 1900s, we sent kids to school to prepare them for the industrial area, expecting they'd be factory workers and help produce things. But that's not our society now, so Chantel explains that we need a different educational philosophy. In her school, Chantel uses a Scandinavian model that doesn't tell kids to go inside when it's raining but instead encourages them to experience what it's like to be outside even when conditions aren't perfect. One of the things Chantel loves to do with her program is create a bridge between homeschool, unschool, and public school (because there are good things about public school, including librarians!). The COVID pandemic has led to many parents challenging the school system (not the educators, it's important to note) and realizing that there are serious flaws in it. Chantel herself has decided not to send her kids to kindergarten this year, instead letting them learn to play and figure out life on their own terms rather than on the standards. When the pandemic started, there was an immediate panic about kids falling behind, and it drove me crazy because nobody seemed to realize there was no “behind” to fall into. The entire planet was dealing with the same emergency, but parents were still caught up in the fear of their children losing the education race. Chantel's kids were premature, so she's always been very conscious of looking issues that might come up, including their muscle movements. But she says she gets kids at her school who can't sit properly because their parents taught them to walk before they could crawl properly, not realizing that crawling is a huge gross motor skill. However, she does think that it's important to get away from sitting and encourage kids to use their vestibular system and follow their exploratory instincts. Chantel advocates for risk in play, which means stop telling your kids to be careful and start telling them to assess the situation. When hiking with her own kids, she tells them that if they go up, they have to come down on their own. That doesn't mean she's going to leave them up there crying, but they do have to think about whether they can handle the hike and if they need help. Related to this, Chantel teaches kids to use the term “honor your body,” meaning being aware of the risk your body can handle and choosing to do something or not based on that. Teaching kids terminology like this allows them to walk life with intrinsic self-esteem rather than teaching them helplessness and enabling them to always need you. Chantel's goal in bringing a Scandinavian schooling model to New Jersey was to bring things back to basics and encourage and support parents. The model she uses is called Emergent Curriculum, which gets parents to report on what their kids are interested in learning and then uses that data to create the curriculum based on what they want to learn. It's hard work, but it also means that every kid is interested in what they're learning and forges a huge kinship with the forest. One of the reasons I took Pascal out of the public school system was that I saw him separating things into “work” and “fun” and that the regimented school structure was draining his love of learning. One of the biggest scams out there is that subjects like English, math, and science are all separate and can be covered in neat fifty-minute boxes. I find education happens most in places like the car, where I have no resources handy, and we get into deep discussions about whatever has engaged his curiosity. In her forest school, Chantel also tries to get away from the public-school structure of learning (though she understands why teachers dealing with huge numbers of kids in a class need to rely on it). She doesn't push academics but instead helps kids learn from real life—for example, they all go and make mud pies outside, using “recipes” that the kids need to measure out. This means the older kids, who can read a bit, help the younger kids know what they need to measure, and everyone works together to get the project done without a teacher hovering to micromanage their every move. In Chantel's opinion, there needs to be a beautiful blend between life skills and social and emotional well-being. Her kids' homework every day is to ask someone in their home how their heart is and listen and report back the next day at school. She's had parents text her and say they don't know if they've ever known how their heart feels, and Chantel's response is that they'd better find out because the kid will be asking every single day. Schools are now teaching lessons on empathy, but Chantel doesn't believe it's possible to teach empathy or social communication if we're constantly shoving our kids into a very busy life with busy things in front of them. In particular, with everybody having been masked up for the past couple of years, kids are going to have a hard time understanding emotional expression because they haven't had examples to learn from. It's important for parents to sit with themselves and consider what they need and what their kids need. Just responding that you're “fine, just tired” is bullshit, and it teaches our kids to respond with empty rhetoric rather than really checking in with themselves and being honest about their needs and feelings. Chantel is a huge fan of big loose play, which allows kids with high energy to do things like move logs around and build forts before ten o'clock, so they can funnel all their positive energy and then participate in the whole class. Whereas, if you put that same kid in a preschool or kindergarten setting, they wouldn't be able to participate. Chantel emphasizes that, as an educational organization, if you're not empowering parents to feel that you care about their kids and them as a parent, you're not doing your job. I'll never forget my history teacher in the eleventh grade, who literally said, “Fuck this” to our American history textbook that was, like, 1,200 pages long and started with George Washington and the freaking cherry tree. Instead, she pointed out that we'd been born during the Vietnam War and got us to ask our parents about that period in history. For me, this was particularly incredible, not just because I remember everything we learned but also because it was the first time I got along with my parents as a teenager. And it makes me realize how important it is for parents to be engaged with what their kids are learning at school. Meditation is a big element of Chantel's school but not necessarily in the way it looks in the mainstream. Meditation can be a child sitting for two minutes while they pet a leaf and take big breaths or tapping when they're upset. This teaches the child to regulate themselves, and it also doesn't punish the kid for having emotions the way that public school tends to do. Instead of using shame and humiliation to keep kids in line, Chantel encourages risk and play and has a set of standards for how to conduct oneself. She also points out that girls tend to be told to be quiet and don't try to be leaders, an attitude she tries to counter by letting the kids she teaches (including her daughters) feel empowered in their learning and giving parents a track to focus on. I think our kids benefit from multi-age learning because it means they're always with kids they're more advanced than and kids they can strive to become. Chantel's school is multi-age, and she agrees that it's good for the kids to have that balance where the bigger kids are responsible for the littler ones, and the little kids appreciate the good model the big kids are providing. She also points out that she doesn't have to deal with bullying in her school, and part of that is because they don't use the type of language that allows bullying to happen. For example, they don't talk about hitting but instead try to work out what any hitting that happens is trying to communicate—like when her own kids hit, it's always because one took something away from the other and they don't feel seen. One of the advantages of being a forest school is that Chantel's never had to close for COVID because they're outside and haven't had any issues. Chantel keeps a list of grounding exercises for parents who are feeling a little off and tells them to take ten minutes for themselves to do something like a walk in the mud or the leaves until they're feeling better. Chantel has lots of fun stuff coming up in the next few months, including new courses, her own school merchandise, and caregiver classes where parents and caregivers can come to classes with their kids. Quotes: “This woman lives, breathes, eats, and shits proprioception, vestibular movement, and big play. And I have never, in an Instagram feed, seen it so embodied.” “The birth of your children is also the birth of a mother, right? A mother is born the day that your children come into play.” “You're sometimes not ready, but society is ready for you. So you've got to get ready.” “If you need your child reading by three, math by five, this is not your program. I am not that person, I've been that person, I'm never gonna go back to being that person. They're too little, their brains are not fully developed till five.” “The reason we have issues that I've seen directly come up in third and fifth grade is because we stress them out too little. We try to teach them so they're kindergarten ready. But we forgot that it's really their emotional system they need to regulate.” “From three to five, they are geniuses, they want to learn everything. We forget because we're so busy.” “We call rain day, like any time it's raining, they come out of their cars, and they're like, it's worm day! They know they get to go looking for worms. So there's no thought of like, ‘Oh, it's raining, oh, my hair!' They have no concept of that.” “Well-meaning parents who trust the system are saying, ‘Hey, wait a minute, my child's less stressed being home,' or ‘Hey, my child's really upset being home.' They're tapping into sections of their own child and realizing, 'Hmm, you know, I'm not quite sure about this.'” “When the pandemic started, one thing that amazed me was the immediate, like, ‘The kids are falling behind.' And I was like, the entire fucking planet has this thing. There is no longer any behind. How can you be behind? Like, even if your eighteen-year-old is only learning their alphabet, if the rest of the eighteen-year-olds are learning their alphabet, then nobody's behind?” “I have a huge issue with learning how to write very early. I can tell you, if I could do a TED talk, it would be on that.” “One of the things that I think is important is let's get away from sitting. No child should be sitting for more than like four minutes. My daughters, if I had to put them in preschool right now, my one daughter would probably, like, go into depression because she just doesn't sit. Like she just, I've never made her sit, so she doesn't have to sit. She is an exploratory child. She uses her vestibular system constantly.” “Stop telling her to be careful, and start telling her to assess the situation.” “That's the flip side too. If you don't allow your child those opportunities to assess the risk and to honor their body, what happens is you get the YOLO kids, and I call those kids, they're like Wile E. Coyote. They are smashing against, they have no control, smashing against walls, like those are the kids that learn how to ice skate by just flinging themselves across the ice and crashing.” “There was a study that another four school educators said that the more risk you allow between three and five, the less risk they will take in their teens because they honor themselves.” “For me, education happens the most in the car, when it's like, ‘Hey, Mom, where do you think our soul goes?' And that shit always goes down in the car when I don't have Google handy. I have no resources. And I'm like, 'Alright, let's think about this.'” “During the pandemic, what was happening is, poor kids, their first school experience was Zoom meetings. And then they were making these kids stay on for six hours. Kindergarten is not six hours of sit-down work.” “If your four-year-old's measuring in inches in real life, and it's not these just department kind of settings, they're learning not only real skills, but they're learning their math and language, all in one shot.” “They taught the kids how to put on their winter gear. And I was like, that is three-year-old fucking education. You know what, in a literate society, your kid is going to read, your kid is going to learn numbers, like, that's going to happen. Teaching my kid to turn his mittens the right side out so they dry? Thank you.” “I think, from my opinion, there has to be a beautiful blend between life skills, social, and emotional well-being.” “I will say this, my opinion, we cannot teach empathy. We cannot teach a social communication, a dialogue if we don't have it, if we're constantly shoving them into a very busy life with busy things in front of them, because you're taking that away from them.” “Emergent curriculum for us means we are going to put a curriculum based on your child's interest.” “I'll never forget my history teacher in eleventh grade, she was that history teacher, and eleventh grade was American history. The book was like 1,200 pages, started with George Washington and the frickin' cherry tree. And she was like, I swear to God, she said, literally. ‘Fuck this.'” “If somebody says, my kid can't meditate, send them to me. Yes, they can. Meditation looks in the mainstream one way. But if your child can sit for two minutes and pet a leaf and take big deep breaths, that looks like meditation to me, right?” “If I lose my shit in front of my kids, and it was in front of my husband, I ask my husband to come back, and I apologize in front of my husband. You can't yell in public and then say sorry in private, right?” “Risk and play are amazing, shame is just not good.” “Well, listen, if he stops at the boundary line at school, and he's throwing dishes at your head, then you're the problem, not the kid.” “In a classroom, if your child is constantly hitting, it is not that they're bad. It is a form of communication. They're telling you something, and it's very hard.” “I think parents and educators really need to question the system and think about what kind of children they want for the next generation, to lead the world.” Links: Jamie's Homepage - www.jamieglowacki.com Oh Crap! Potty Training – https://www.amazon.com/Crap-Potty-Training-Everything-Parenting-ebook/dp/B00V3L8YSU Oh Crap! I Have A Toddler - https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Oh-Crap!-I-Have-a-Toddler/Jamie-Glowacki/Oh-Crap-Parenting/9781982109738 Jamie's Patreon Page: www.patreon.com/join/jamieglowacki? Jamie's Instagram Page: @jamie.glowacki Sensory Garden and Play Homepage: https://www.sensorygardenandplay.com/ Chantel's Instagram Page: @sensory garden_and_ play
This week, Kevin and Josh sit and talk with Paul Cianciolo, owner of Predator Hunter Outdoors. Since the very beginning, PHO has been a major supporter of Overdrive Outdoors. Paul talks about how he got started predator hunting, mostly chasing after fox but eventually moving into coyotes when the population started growing. Paul tells us about how his need for bright, quality lights for hunting after dark, that didn't require you to carry a car battery around, eventually led to him opening Predator Hunter Outdoors. We talk about how he has had to adapt, upgrade and make changes to his lights through the years, but also how he has needed to continue to add more products to his lineup to keep up with the steady growth of the predator hunting industry. If you haven't yet, check out www.predatorhunteroutdoors.com and THANK YOU ALL for listening!
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We start with a tragedy, then a cautionary tale of the world not ready for a band. We then find more positive inspiration from an artist who delivers a huge seller. We end with a legend. Janis Joplin dies just before releasing her magnum opus, “Pearl.” A band called Fanny is ready to rock, but a culture poisoned by the patriarchy isn't yet ready to accept them. Carole King makes Tapestry, a sincere, modest, and deeply personal album that hits huge and becomes a milestone for women. We complete the story with a profile of one of the giants of 20th Century Music, Joni Mitchell. We discuss her artistic and commercial peak in the early 70s with “Blue,” “For the Roses,” and “Court and Spark.” We admire all of these women for kicking down the door, and we celebrate the progress we've made since them, but there is still a long way to go. Now for some general remarks about the research and writing.To the best of our ability, we tried to center women in this chapter. We'll leave it to the listener to decide how we did with that.There's a diversity of opinion about this, but we think it's fair to say the second wave of feminism hits the crest during the period we are covering, and it is not at all a coincidence that women really start to make big and important contributions to Rock Music right around this time too. Roe vs Wade was decided right around here, about fifty years ago. We are painfully aware of the US Supreme Court's recent decision to overturn Roe, stripping many millions of American women of their fundamental human rights to bodily autonomy and medical privacy.As we move forward with our chapters, we will document that half century of regressive backlash and how it got us here; it's part of the story. Like we often say, Rock N Roll reflects back on, interacts with, and affects the larger society. And vice versa. In the late Sixties and early Seventies, it seemed like the progress would be permanent, and that more progress was on the way. Some of us were naive enough to believe that. We would do well now to remember the words of the anti slavery activist Frederick Douglass, way back in 1857: This struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, and it may be both moral and physical, but it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. SongsJanis Joplin: “Move Over,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “Mercedes Benz,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “A Woman Left Lonely,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “Buried Alive in the Blues,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “Pearl,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “Get it While You Can,” from Pearl, 1971Janis Joplin: “Me & Bobby McGee,” from Pearl, 1971Fanny: “Blind Alley,” from Fanny Hill, 1972Fanny: “Hey Bulldog,” from Fanny Hill, 1972Fanny: “Ain't That Peculiar,” from Fanny Hill, 1972Fanny: “Cat Fever,” from Charity Ball, 1971Fanny, “Butter Boy,” from Rock and Roll Survivors, 1974Collage of Carole King Songs: One Fine Day - ChiffonsWill You Love Me Tomorrow - The ShirellesThe Locomotion - Little EvaI'm Into Something Good - Herman's HermitsPleasant Valley Sunday - The MonkeesUp on the Roof - DriftersDon't Bring Me Down - The AnimalsTake Care Good Care of My Baby - Bobby VeeChains - BeatlesJust Once in My Life - Righteous Brothers. Go Away Little Girl - Steve LawrenceOh No Not My Baby - Dusty SpringfieldOne Fine Day - Carole KingCarole King: “You've Got a Friend,” from Tapestry, 1971Carole King: “I Feel the Earth Move, from Tapestry, 1971Carole King: “It's Too Late,” from Tapestry, 1971Carole King: “Beautiful,” from Tapestry, 1971Carole King: “So Far Away,” from Tapestry, 1971Carole King, “Tapestry,” from Tapestry, 1971Joni Mitchell, “California,” from Blue, 1971Joni Mitchell, “The Circle Game,” from Clouds, 1970Joni Mitchell, “All I Want,” from Blue, 1971Joni Mitchell, “You Turn Me on I'm a Radio, from For The Roses, 1972Joni Mitchell, “Free Man in Paris,” from Court and Spark, 1973Joni Mitchell, “Raised on Robbery,” from Miles of Aisles, 1974Joni Mitchell (with The Band), “Coyote,” from The Last Waltz, 1978Herbie Hancock (with Wayne Shorter, and Corrinne Bailey Rae), “River” from River: The Joni Letters, 2007Joni Mitchell: “Help Me,” from Court and Spark, 1973Voice TalentRichard Evans as L.A. County CoronerStephanie Pena as Alice EcholsStephanie Meyers as the voice of Creem MagazineAmanda Morck as Meredith OchsChristy Alexander Hallberg as the voice of the IMA mission statementCarole King as HerselfErin Alden as Tanya PearsonLynley Ehrlich as Carol HanischThessaly Lerner as Judy KutulasHolly Cantos as the voice of the New York TimesOnline ResourcesRock's Back PagesCoroner's Report, archived at janisjoplin.net ABC Nightly News Report, from October 4th, 1970Deeper Digs in Rock: 'Rock N Roll Woman: The Fifty Fiercest Female Rockers' with Meredith OchsThe Institute for the Musical Arts1416 N. La Brea Ave, Hollywood50 years ago, the Sylmar earthquake shook L.A., and nothing's been the same sinceWomen of Rock Oral History Project"That's the Way I've Always Heard It Should Be": Baby Boomers, 1970s Singer-Songwriters, and Romantic RelationshipsCarol Hanisch The Personal is PoliticalNew York Times “Albums as Mileposts in a Musical Century”Deeper Digs in Rock: Reckless Daughter - A Portrait of Joni MitchellJonimitchell.comJoni Mitchell, Woman of Heart and MindBooksJoan Didion, “Slouching Towards Bethlehem”Alice Echols: “Scars of Sweet Paradise” Carole King: “Natural Woman”Meredith Ochs: “Rock And Roll Woman: The Fifty Fiercest Women Rockers”Sheila Weller: “Girls Like Us”Jerry Wexler: “Rhythm and the Blues” David Yaffe: “Reckless Daughter”Documentaries and FilmsFanny: The Right to Rock
One of the powerful results of elevating Latin voices in the U.S. is discovering the artists and storytellers who are crossing traditional boundaries and making new kinds of art for the next generation to learn from.Duncan Tonatiuh is an award-winning author-illustrator. He is both Mexican and American. He grew up in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico and graduated from Parsons School of Design and Eugene Lang College in New York City. His artwork is inspired by Pre-Columbian art, particularly that of the Mixtec codices. His aim is to create images and stories that honor the past, but that are relevant to people, especially children, nowadays. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in...What lead Duncan to writing and illustrating books like Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote (2:27)How the unique experiences of crossing the border help to teach empathy (8:41)Why his books help to maintain passion in children (16:28)How his book Separate is Never Equal has helped counter the message of segregation in the Latino community (25:10)Why the book banning movement has affected the reach of his book (29:25)How the structure of the Mexican family impacted migration (35:31)Why migrants participating in American culture helps them to survive (43:27)Connect with DuncanTheir websiteOn TwitterConnect With Peter O. Estévezwww.peteroestevezshow.com Follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PeterOEstevezShow/Follow Peter O. Estevéz Show on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/peteroestevezshow/Follow Peter on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/peteroestevez/
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