Ray thinks that Benny Snell has separated himself from Anthony McFarland in the "battle" for backup running back. Ray says this preseason game is the most anticipated in at least the last 20 years. "The only way he won't be the starter in Cincinnati is if he falls flat on his face in the preseason games." Ray says people need to take it a littttle easier on the Pickens praise. He thinks the offensive line is somewhere between bad and okay thus far in camp. Ray doesn't think Roquan Smith is realistic because he's going to cost so much money. Ray thinks Alualu is the big key to the Steeler rush defense.We revisit the Rodolfo Castro phone-gate! JEREMY FOWLER - Jeremy Fowler thinks that Roquan Smith is worth calling on. He thinks the compensation in a deal is going to be reasonable..."not a first round pick." But he thinks Smith wants to be paid at least 18 million a season. Jeremy talked about players representing themselves and says we may see it more and more. Teams are scared of it, according to Fowler. Jeremy says there's no more "stating cases" in the NFL v. NFLPA in the Watson case. Fowler says the Browns are hoping for a decision by the end of the week, but nobody knows for sure right now. Fowler thinks the decision could be a compromise w/ a big fine. Fowler thinks that if Watson misses between 7-12 games, that the Browns WILL BE a playoff team. We revisit the Pittsburgh Ebay account from the pre show. Is it Jim Colony selling his old stuff?!?!
Jeremy Fowler thinks that Roquan Smith is worth calling on. He thinks the compensation in a deal is going to be reasonable..."not a first round pick." But he thinks Smith wants to be paid at least 18 million a season. Jeremy talked about players representing themselves and says we may see it more and more. Teams are scared of it, according to Fowler. Jeremy says there's no more "stating cases" in the NFL v. NFLPA in the Watson case. Fowler says the Browns are hoping for a decision by the end of the week, but nobody knows for sure right now. Fowler thinks the decision could be a compromise w/ a big fine. Fowler thinks that if Watson misses between 7-12 games, that the Browns WILL BE a playoff team.
Welcome to Episode 96 of the Perth to Paisley podcast! With Adam in Canada, Daniel is joined by Terrace Podcast co-founder and Edinburgh Evening News journalist - Craig Fowler! They chat about the 1-1 draw in the Edinburgh Derby and preview this weekend's game against Dundee United! We hope you enjoy! Our Twitter: @PerthToPaisley Our Email: email@example.com Daniel's Twitter: @DMcIver22 Craig's Twitter: @CraigFowler86
Carter Fowler is the founder & CEO of Agile Brand Lab, a creative agency that creates inch-perfect website messaging that helps entrepreneurs and businesses to get their audience to say "yes" faster. They help you get the words right. Agile Brand Lab was who Francisco Gonzalez host of the Agents of Innovation podcast turned to when he was starting his brand strategy discovery that ultimately led to the creation of Fearless Journeys. We talk about this and more on Episode 115. This full episode is also available to watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/FjfOSogGVks You can find out more about Carter Fowler and Agile Brand Lab at: https://www.agilebrandlab.com Find him on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/cfowlaa/ Find Agile Brand Labs on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/agilebrandlab Follow the Agents of Innovation podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. And, consider connecting with many of our previous (and future!) guests at: fearlessjourneys.org. Subscribe to this channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRFF3p8qmrEG4l4uR1BDZQg You can also subscribe to the Fearless Journeys travel channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwAHpA_AXxBafhI2jH8_rtg Thank you to Dan Lesniak for being a sponsor of the Fearless Journeys community! Check out the HyperFast Agent podcast and HyperFast coaching program at: hyperfast-agent.mykajabi.com You can support this podcast and our Fearless Journeys community on our Patreon account: www.patreon.com/fearlessjourneys
Jarom and Spencer are back with the top BYU sports headlines. BYUtv sports analyst, Blaine Fowler, joins BYUSN to preview the 2022 Football season.and later, Jarom and Spencer give their over/under predictions for BYU Football fall camp.
Dr. Carla Fowler is an MD PhD and elite executive coach. For the last decade, she has been a secret weapon for scores of CEOs, entrepreneurs, and other senior leaders. Carla's unique approach combines the latest research from performance science with timeless best practices to help top performers level up and achieve their goals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
ESPN NFL insider Jeremy Fowler sits down with Matt Taylor and JJ Stankevitz at Colts' training camp. Fowler discusses his expectations for Matt Ryan in 2022, if the Colts' are his favorite to win the AFC South and what it means for the NFL that so many receivers are making near quarterback money.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Holly Fowler & David Lithgow for another episode of Saturday's in Tassie! This week Holly and David had a deep discussion in to the Adelaide Crows camp saga and SEN's Josh Jenkins comments, Eddie Betts views from his new book and they were also joined by Jackjumpers recruit Isaac White. Plus much more footy chat!
This week's episode of Win The Hour, Win The Day Podcast is sponsored by Win The Hour, Win The Day's Signature Coaching Program the Winners Circle. Kris Ward who helps entrepreneurs to stop working so hard interviews, Robby Fowler. Robby Fowler talks about branding! This isn't about the logo or brand fluff! These are some solid brand insights that you need to grow your business! No colors or logo talk here! Learn- how to brand so you can market less- the biggest mistake you're making on your website copy- the one question you should ask yourself before you do anything Win The Hour, Win The Day Winners Circlehttps://www.winthehourwintheday.com/winners-circle-masterclass Win The Hour, Win The Day! www.winthehourwintheday.comPodcast: Win The Hour, Win The Day PodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/winthehourwintheday/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/win-the-hour-win-the-day-podcast You can find Robby Fowler at:Website: https://robbyf.com/Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/rfowler/Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/rfowler?_rdc=1&_rdrLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robbyfowler/ Win The Hour Win The Day https://www.winthehourwintheday.com
In this episode, Emese Domahidi (TU Ilmenau) and Mario Haim (LMU Munich) talk to David Lazer (Northeastern U in Boston, MA), distinguished professor of political science as well as computer science and one of the founding fathers of the broader field of computational social science. With a focus on mis- and disinformation, we learn from him why it is so difficult to measure human behavior both and why it has become both more challenging but also more adressable online. Of course, we touch ethical and legal questions in this regard as well as the global inequalities when it comes to research and data access. And we talk where computational social science is currently at and what should and will be the next big steps in this emerging field. Oh, and of course you will notice that, while we were already short on time, we recorded this episode shortly after rumors were confirmed that Elon Musk wanted to buy Twitter but before said individual pulled back out of the acquisition process. References Lazer, D., Hargittai, E., Freelon, D., Gonzalez-Bailon, S., Munger, K., Ognyanova, K., & Radford, J. (2021). Meaningful measures of human society in the twenty-first century. Nature, 595(7866), 189–196. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-021-03660-7 Lazer, D. M. J., Pentland, A., Watts, D. J., Aral, S., Athey, S., Contractor, N., Freelon, D., Gonzalez-Bailon, S., King, G., Margetts, H., Nelson, A., Salganik, M. J., Strohmaier, M., Vespignani, A., & Wagner, C. (2020). Computational social science: Obstacles and opportunities. Science, 369(6507), 1060–1062. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aaz8170 Lazer, D., Pentland, A., Adamic, L., Aral, S., Barabási, A.-L., Brewer, D., Christakis, N., Contractor, N., Fowler, J., Gutmann, M., Jebara, T., King, G., Macy, M., Roy, D., & Alstyne, M. V. (2009). Computational social science. Science, 323(5915), 721–723. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1167742
At the beginning of 2020, Taylor Fowler was at a crossroads in her career. She had a full-time job, but she also had a few clients in her copywriting and public relations business. Unsatisfied with the feeling of burnout that this was causing, she made a decision to go all in as an entrepreneur. Although progress took time, she started to gain momentum with attracting clients and doing the work that she loved. She also started to build confidence in the area of public relations, which wasn't initially a focal point for her services. Believing in herself and putting in the daily effort proved to make all the difference in her success.Taylor's love for writing began at a young age, and she has accumulated a library of personal journals over the course of her life. Always one to gravitate to creative writing classes and journalism, Taylor has developed a talent for non-fiction storytelling. Today, she works with artists, musicians, entrepreneurs, and unique brands to help them craft their best stories. She has a knack for bringing out the raw, human, and emotional side of her subjects in a way that is refreshing and insightful. Taylor's freelance writing can also be found in numerous online publications.If you have any questions or if you'd like to chat, you can reach me at my contact info below. The purpose of this podcast is to share ideas, inspire action, and build a stronger small business community here in Pittsburgh. So please say hello, tell me what you think, and let me know how I'm doing. It means a ton!YOU CAN REACH ME AT:Website: https://www.proprietorsofpittsburgh.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darinvilanoPhone: 412-336-8247YOU CAN REACH TAYLOR FOWLER AT:Website: https://www.taylorfowler.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/taylorfowlerprInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/taylorifowlerFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/taylorfowlerprLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/t-fowler
House Subcommittee on Indigenous Peoples of the United States Legislative Hearing – July 28, 2022 Date: Thursday, July 28, 2022 Time: 01:00 PM Location: Longworth House Office Building 1324 Presiding: The Honorable Teresa Leger Fernández, Chair On Thursday, July 28, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. ET, in Room 1324 Longworth House Office Building and via Cisco WebEx, the House Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States (SCIP) holds a hybrid legislative hearing on the following bill: • H.R.5549, the Indian Health Service Advance Appropriations Act. The bill amends the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to authorize appropriations for the Indian Health Service for two years in advance. Witness List Panel I Ms. Elizabeth Fowler Acting Director Indian Health Service U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Rockville, Maryland Panel II The Honorable Jonathan Nez President, Navajo Nation Navajo Area Representative, National Indian Health Board Window Rock, Arizona The Honorable Kirk Francis President United South and Eastern Tribes Sovereignty Protection Fund Nashville, Tennessee The Honorable Fawn Sharp President National Congress of American Indians Washington, DC The Honorable Jarred-Michael Erickson Chairman Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation Nespelem, Washington Ms. Maureen Rosette Board Member National Council of Urban Indian Health Washington, DC Ms. Alberta Unok President and CEO Alaska Native Health Board Anchorage, Alaska Committee Notice: https://naturalresources.house.gov/hearings/hybrid-scip-legislative-hearing_july-28-2022
Maudy Fowler was born in The Netherlands and settled in North Carolina with her family. Maudy is the author of the book, Mystic Messenger co-authored by Gail Hunt Violette, published in the States, Holland and Belgium. Together they also wrote the books A Voice for Him, Heavenly Messages and Feather Weight, published in Holland and Belgium as well. They are award winning authors of the Dutch book Heavenly Messages, with Deepak Chopra and Dr.Wayne Dyer along side nominee. Angel Whispers is the new book they have written and is available through our publisher Llewellyn.com and in the local bookstores. Angels are the links to the spirits of our ancestors in heaven. Positive messages are delivered to their loved ones left behind here on earth. She does have the gift of prophecy. She was first made aware of this gift at the age of 11. Her mother was also gifted and had the gift of healing and prophecy. Through word of mouth, people contact her from all over the world. Maudy won a literary contest award for Outstanding Achievement and Accomplishment for Women's History Month in Oklahoma. She is an inspirational speaker and gives presentations in the States and Europe. Maudy was on Television shows in Holland on SBS-6 and RTV East and did an interview for Radio Great Falls, Montana, Radio Chicago and radio shows for WBT Charlotte, NC. Maudy and Gail had their live weekly internet radio Talk Show on LATalk. People sometimes ask, "Maudy, what did you do before all this happened?" Answer: I was a dental assistant, choreographer, managed dancingschools, make up and nail artist for a Dutch Television Network, and a chiropodist. Gail Hunt Violette was born in New England and moved to North Carolina with her family. She met Maudy on July 26, 2000. Gail is an artist and has sold original paintings, plus prints privately. She also designed and developed an Arts and Music Camp for children. Further, she has produced award-winning videos and is an avid photographer. Maudy chose Gail to accompany her on this journey because Gail is able to bridge spirituality with basic core beliefs in a Higher Being. Together, based upon their books they give presentations to teachers, law enforcement, people in the medical field psychologists, psychiatrists, caregivers and business personnel on all levels. Gail has worked in the realm of Religious Education for over 20 years, with the sole purpose of bringing people to self-realization through positive thinking, spirituality and the power of prayer. While working in this environment, she has given motivational presentations. Some of them are: A National Presentation to Media Specialists at UCLA; In-service sessions for Teachers, Diocese of Pittsburgh; and a National gathering of Educators in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Spencer and Jarom discuss which game on the 2022 schedule will be a revenge game for BYU Football, Blaine Fowler joins to share his thoughts on which game he believes is a revenge game, and the Top 5 revenge wins for BYU Football is revealed.
As rents rise all over the valley, some business owners in the Arts District got hit with 200-400 percent rent increases, making life more difficult for everyone — but especially cultural businesses. Priscilla Fowler has owned her eponymous fine art gallery in the area since 2016, moving three times within the Arts District, most recently this year after her rent was doubled. Downside: In her current location, away from Main Street, foot traffic has declined. Host Vogue Robinson talks to Fowler about her experience, how things have changed, and what we can do to keep the arts in the Arts District. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's time to talk about a movie that that towards the back half turned out to be something way different than we thought it might be. I know that this is probably a confusing first sentence, but when you go into this movie, you need to know that you're in for a bit of a different experience than what you're imagining! We're talking about the movie, Moonfall! "The world stands on the brink of annihilation when a mysterious force knocks the moon from its orbit and sends it hurtling toward a collision course with Earth. With only weeks before impact, NASA executive Jocinda "Jo" Fowler teams up with a man from her past and a conspiracy theorist for an impossible mission into space to save humanity." A giant event happens with NASA astronauts out in space, which looks suspicious, but ends with one of the astronauts moving forward with her career, and one of the astronauts getting booted out in shame! Years later the moon starts to fall out of orbit, and those same people need to figure out why. BUT, they're also accompanied by a conspiracy theorist, with quite the imagination! You should definitely at least give it a shot! SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts | Android | Spotify | Pandora | RSS Tell us what you think!Leave us a voicemail at 970-573-6148Send us feedback and/or MP3's to email@example.comFollow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube!Support the podcast on Patreon!Credit - Doyle Daniels, Juan Muro
Lisa is an activist and academic who specialises in anymal and environmental ethics. She was an associate professor of philosophy and religion at Montana State University Billings until she retired in 2020 to found and lead the educational, vegan umbrella organization, Tapestry. Lisa is the author or editor of ten books including Animals and World Religions. She has also written over 100 articles and book chapters. Lisa coined the term anymal as a “correct” term for non-human animals. In Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “what's real?” & “what matters?” Sentientism is "evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings." The video of our conversation is here on YouTube. We discuss: 00:00 Welcome 01:28 Lisa's Intro 01:58 What's Real? - Linking epistemology & ethics - "My mind sees a continuum" - Being born with "a more eastern way of thinking" - Metaphysical & practical concerns - "I don't tend to use philosophy in an abstract way" - "I have very little faith in human reasoning... we are not rational beings." - Descartes reasoning that anymals aren't sentient - "We cannot trust our reason... that doesn't mean reason's out... we need to do it with humility" - "It's the extent of our power that makes our arrogance dangerous" - "Roe vs Wade was just overturned... don't tell me humans are rational." - "Trump's reality... I don't want to know about that" - The USA: "Democracy requires education & we're not an educated public" - "Our reason is flawed... we need to use it... we have to be sceptical" 11:53 What Matters? - "Cultures & people - that's where you have to work" - "To try to bring change I need to work with humans where they're at" - "I can see the beauty in it... and I can see the problems in it" - "Cruelty is not a good thing... compassion is a good thing... fairly universal" - "I love religions... they have a committed strong belief... I can get a hold of it" - "I have never, never talked to a serious Christian, & had them, after a serious conversation, say 'it's OK, what we're doing with anymals'... an atheist? - whole different picture." - Fowler's stages of religion "I was there (stage 6) in my teens" - "These religions are rock solid in teaching the core ethic... of compassion" - Wild animal suffering & hell as challenges to a benevolent god - "Western faiths tend to be very rigid..." Eastern faiths are more pluralistic/flexible? - Compassion / empathy as central to Lisa's family's ethics - "When you live in a community you can't tolerate cruelty" ...and much more. Full show notes at Sentientism.info. Sentientism is “Evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings.” More at Sentientism.info. Join our "I'm a Sentientist" wall via this simple form. Everyone, Sentientist or not, is welcome in our groups. The biggest so far is here on FaceBook. Come join us there! Thanks Graham.
The first show of the 2013/14 season and a new era for The Terrace as Craig G Telfer joins the show for the first time. He makes up a foursome alongside Tony, Fowler and Joel to talk league reconstruction, the mess that is Hearts, Scotland's heroes and Scotland's shame in Europe, the Ramsdens Cup and the best players to stick around Scotland even after the bulk of the summer transfer activity. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fowler, Joel and Tony combine for what we believe is the first ever top 12, all the way back in early 2014. The guys chat through the best goalkeepers in the Scottish Premiership of the time. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
One of the biggest stories in DC Comics which led to a complete change to the DC Universe! Laramy is joined by the "Dapper Southern Gent" Blake Fowler to hash out the best and worst moments of both the movie and the comic. If you listened to The Avengers episode, you won't be surprised that Blake has another very shocking reveal. Follow us on social media... Facebook: facebook.com/movingpanels Twitter: twitter.com/movingpanels Instagram: instagram.com/movingpanels TikTok: tiktok.com/@movingpanels Email the show to discuss suggestions or let us know how we're doing at firstname.lastname@example.org Soundtrack: "Reload" by Alchemorph --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/movingpanels/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/movingpanels/support
Another dip into the vault to get you through until we start for the new season.Joel and Fowler are joined, in the second of his three appearances, by Celtic fan Marc McArdle. Now, Marc would eventually block the podcast and all its contributors on Twitter for reasons unsure. We did want him back for more, he just stopped being available due to work commitments so we stopped asking.It's probably to do with our rampant anti-Celtic bias, so it's fitting he was on a show where we discussed the infamous Josh Meeking handball from the 2015 Scottish Cup semi-final. There's also a look back at the Tommy Burns and Wim Jansen Celtic teams of the mid-90s. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I can't say enough about Kirsten Fowler! She's a mother to three children with full-mutation Fragile X, is a female Full-Mutation carrier just like myself, and is overall just one of the most kind and genuine individuals that I'm so blessed to have met! When thinking about how I wanted to create part 2 of the Fear & Anxiety episode, I immediately sent Kirsten a message asking if she would be willing to join me in talking about fear and anxiety not only from a carrier perspective, but also from her three kids perspectives as well. Fear and anxiety are not easy challenges to talk about, especially as it pertains to fragile x. I'm so grateful for Kirsten's willingness to join me in this conversation! She has so much valuable information and experiences to share, so tune in and we hope each and every listener is encouraged!
The latest pod to escape the vault sees Fowler, Joel and Shaughan get together for a show that was described in the original blurb as one which "starts strong but completely falls apart as things go on".They discuss Ray McKinnon's exit from Raith Rovers, Colin Nish leaving Cowdenbeath, and get to No.1 in our old countdown of the Most Memorable European Nights. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Laurie and Joe share an interview with a special guest from Canada who has had a close encounter with a UFO and explains how the experience has affected his own personal Christian faith.https://www.cbc.ca/cbcdocspov/features/canadians-report-seeing-ufos-in-the-sky-at-a-rate-of-3-times-a-day https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/ufo-sightings-soar-to-new-heights-in-canada-1.2568193 Stages of Faith, The Psychology of Human Development and The Quest for Meaning, J. Fowler, (1981), Harper Collins, New YorkSupport us on Patreon.com
Again we open the vault to fill the void between now and us coming back later this month. We've posted pretty much one per day this week, but the next won't come till Tuesday at the earliest.Anyhoo... this ep brings Shaughan, Fowler and Joel together to talk through some lower-league themes before getting to the 12 best centre-midfielders in Scottish football at that time. In the original description it says "Listen to see if that was caused by...John McGinn being worse than Ryan McCord". One of us surely didn't say that... did we? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cameron Peters and i sit down and chat it up about his booming leather business and some good old hunting plans and story's just like to good buddies catching up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we are unlocking the vault to take you back to the last Monday show of season 2014/15, where Joel, Tony and Fowler discuss Rangers falling to bits in the play-off final against Motherwell, Bilel Mohsni's infamous punch and meltdown, and Inverness CT winning the Scottish Cup final against Falkirk thanks to James Vincent's late heroics. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
99% Invisible producer emeritus Avery Trufelman traveled from New York to San Francisco recently, and took host Roman Mars to see an unusually shaped old building on the west side of the Bay. As it turns out, this peculiar octagonal home isn't unique -- there was a whole architectural fad of building these back in the mid 1800s, tapping into a parallel trend: self-improvement.Publisher Orson Fowler (most famous for being a phrenologist) used his professional position to self-publish a book about the many benefits, health and otherwise, of living in an octagonal home. His book, Octagon House: A Home For All, became a sensation. In its wake, hundreds of octagon houses started popping up all over the country.The Octagon House
Many businesses are returning to face-to-face operations. As the dust of the pandemic settles, the workplace conflict that we set aside while dealing with the unexpected is, in some cases, bigger than ever. So what is a leader to do? In this episode, you'll hear from Chris Sheesley and Clare Fowler of In-Accord, a conflict management company based in Portland, Oregon. They discuss pitfalls and best practices for resolving conflict so that businesses can move forward united by purpose. TAKEAWAYS Post-pandemic business leaders are meeting conflict issues head-on, which has resulted in a significant increase in morale. The pandemic taught us to humanize each other and prioritize relationships in the workplace. Diversity should reflect not only an appreciation for different demographic backgrounds and different cultures but also for neurodiversity and different approaches. Today, people are more empowered to share concerns and to raise issues, and that creates more confrontation that must be resolved. If we can help people understand their contribution to conflict, we're not only helping with the immediate problem but we're also helping to prevent it from returning. A QUICK GLIMPSE INTO OUR PODCAST
Lem and Fanshaw roll into a little town just in time to stop an unjust hanging... but can they find out who truly deserves the rope? Written and Produced by Julie Hoverson Cast List Lemuel Roberts / Deadeye Kid - J. Spyder Isaacson Clarence Fanshaw - J. Hoverson Sheriff Mortimer - Rick Lewis Larkey Collins - J.D. Lloyd Harp Fowler - Molly Tollefson Maddy Fowler - Krystal Baker Lute Fowler - Gene Thorkildsen Amity Fowler - Kris Keppeler Meg Pickens - Julia Lorraine Rafe Jenkins - Reynaud LeBoeuf Kentucky Pete - Sidney Williams (Fear On Demand) Jeb - Robyn Paterson (Kung Fu Action Theatre) Gabby, dead drunk - Sean Connor Harmonica music by Jere Canote (Canote.com) Other Music: Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com) Editing and Sound: Julie Hoverson Cover Design: Brett Coulstock Cover Photo: Lauren Burbank (courtesy of Stock Xchange.com) "What kind of a place is it? Why it's a mountain pass in late spring, can't you tell...?" ******************************************************************** A HANGING AT PICKENS ROCK Cast: [credits/olivia] Lemuel Roberts, the Deadeye kid Clarence Fanshaw Lute Fowler, accused murderer Harp Fowler, 11 Madrigal "Maddy" Fowler, 7 Amity Fowler, dead mother Rafe Jenkins, victim Sheriff Mortimer Larky Collins, henchman Meg Pickens, Rafe's fiancee Kentucky Pete, Gambler Gabby, town drunk OLIVIA Did you have any trouble finding it? What do you mean, what kind of a place is it? Why, it's a mountain pass in late spring, can't you tell? 1_ARRIVING MUSIC SOUND EARLY MORNING NOISE, WOODS, TWO HORSES AMBLING FANSHAW So many things I miss - out in the wilderness like this. LEMUEL What? You got air and water. Freedom. What else you need? FANSHAW [longing] Tea. LEMUEL There's tea all over. But you cain't even-- FANSHAW It's not the drink itself, it's the act - the ceremony, if you will, of taking tea. Tea and crumpets. LEMUEL What on god's green earth is a crumpet? FANSHAW It's a... a... rather like a muffin, but more... refined. LEMUEL So you want boiled leaves and a refined muffin? Next town we roll into, I'll make sure and rustle y'up some. FANSHAW You don't understand. Tea is a symbol. Sitting down to tea with someone - it represents refinement. Civilization. SOUND CREAK OF SIGN HUNG FROM TREE LEMUEL Speakin o' civilization-- FANSHAW [sarcastic] Ah. Yes. I'm certain any town out here will be chock-a-block with tea and crumpets. LEMUEL "Pickens Rock". Makes me think of... FANSHAW Slim pickings? LEMUEL [agreeing] I reckon. 2 TOWN MUSIC SOUND SLOW HOOFBEATS ON HARDPACK. SLIGHT ECHO, EMPTINESS FANSHAW Slim pickings, indeed. No one appears to be in residence. LEMUEL Don't look abandoned, though. Ev'thing's shut up tight. Mebbe there's a county fair or sumpin? FANSHAW Possible, yes. Oh, there's someone-- LEMUEL Sir? GABBY [drunk and confused] Whaa-a-at? LEMUEL I'm shore sorry to bother you, feller, but-- GABBY h-h-hh- who are you? LEMUEL --where is ev'body? GABBY They's a-a-a-all just gone off to the hangin. Who a-a-are y'all? LEMUEL Which way? [prompting] To the hangin'? GABBY Follow the rud, as you're goin. At the fork, take a-a-a-a left. You'll hear 'em by then. They's mighty worked up. FANSHAW Lemuel, what are you thinking? LEMUEL Tell me, old feller - who they fixing to set dancin? GABBY Nice boy, thaa-a-at Lute Fowler. Never woulda pegged him for a-a-a drygulcher. LEMUEL Figgers. We never end up nowhere, but they's an emergency awaitin us. Come on. [clicks to the horses] SOUND HOOVES TAKE OFF FANSHAW [calling back] Thank you very much! GABBY [calling] D-d-d-ont mention it! 3 CROWD MUSIC SOUND ANGRY CROWD SOUND HOOVES APPROACH LEMUEL Whoa, there. SOUND HORSES PULL UP SHORT. CROWD QUIETS, THEN BUZZ STARTS FANSHAW I can't wait to hear this. LEMUEL [through gritted teeth] Shut up. [voice raised] I hear there's fixin to be a hangin? CROWD BUZZ SHERIFF [off, yelling] Who's askin? LEMUEL Y'ever hear of the Texas Rangers? CROWD BUZZ!!!!! SOUND PEOPLE MOVE, FEET APPROACH SHERIFF [Coming on, suppressed fury, trying to be civil] Well, now. This is strictly local business. We don't need no help. But I do thank you for looking in on us. LEMUEL That feller on the horse? He's your - uh - SHERIFF Duly tried and convicted murderer. LEMUEL Lucky town, to have a judge handy. CROWD BUZZ of MISGIVING LARKY Well, we don't-- SHERIFF Put a bit in it, Larky. We didn't need no judge, ranger. We got ourselves a confession. LUTE [yelling, very hoarse] I never did-- [gulp as noose is tightened] HARP and MADDY [scream and cry] LEMUEL Funny. That sounds like a denial t'me. You do realize that without a judgment from a legal court o' law, this ain't no execution, it's a murder. CROWD BUZZ, STARTING TO FALL APART. FANSHAW Is it? SHERIFF I'm the law in this here town, friend. I don't take kindly to you walkin in here and trying to cause a commotion. LEMUEL I ain't tryin to do nothin of the sort, Sheriff. I just don't want to see a lawman like yerself let hisself get swept up by a mob and, uh-- FANSHAW --be forced to condone an injustice? LEMUEL --be forced to condone an injustice. I know how tetchy a mob can be, and I cain't rightly blame you for not wantin a try and face 'em down - but with me at your side, I reckon we could stand. SHERIFF [furious, but trying to stay jovial] Well, now. I guess I'll thank you very kindly, and..... [long breath, calming self, then turns away to call out] Good people! As I have long maintained, we must wait for the proper authority to conduct this properly. We'll keep Lute Fowler locked up in jail until the circuit judge comes through next month - just as we shoulda done from the start. [back] Larky, go get that - gentlemen - down and back to the jail. LEMUEL That's right big of you, Sheriff. Now I'd be mighty honored to help you with any little thing you might need, seeing as I'm in town for a while. SHERIFF For a while? How long? LEMUEL Don' rightly know. Depends on how long it takes me to find what I'm looking for. SHERIFF What's that? LEMUEL 'fficial business. Caint go into it. SHERIFF Very well, then. I've got to get back to town, see this varmint locked up tight. [grits teeth] Again. SOUND FOOTSTEPS STOMP AWAY FANSHAW A Ranger? You've never--? LEMUEL Never said I was - just ast if they'd heered of 'em. FANSHAW What happens when they demand to see your credentials? I somehow think that things are not so different over here - impersonating an official is bound to get you into hot water. LEMUEL I'll cross that bridge when I get there-- HARP Mister? LEMUEL What? Oh, hello l'il pardner. Didn't I see you standin up front--? HARP You saved my pa, din't you? MADDY [yes] Uh-huh! LEMUEL Now, I just saw that justice is done proper-like. If he's proven guilty, then he deserves-- HARP He din't do none of this. MADDY [no] Uh-uh. LEMUEL Do either of you gotta name? [teasing] or any manners? HARP Sorry, sir. We's just real upset, y'unnerstand? I'm Harp Fowler, and this is my little sister Maddy - Madrigal. LEMUEL Well, I tell you what, Harp. And Maddy. I promise I will look into the case. That's all. If your pa's innocent, then I'll find it out. All right? HARP I reckon. Well, if you need any help or anything, you can find me at the Lazy H ranch, up Blackbird Gulch. I can shoot a gun! LEMUEL I'll keep that in mind. Y'all get on now. FANSHAW [musing] Harp, Lute, and Madrigal? What would they have named the next child? MADDY Viola if twas a girl. Fortay for a boy. That's what mama always says. HARP [annoyed] Oh, c'mon. SOUND SMALL FEET WALK AWAY FANSHAW [shocked] I... say. LEMUEL What? FANSHAW That child - the little girl. She's... she spoke to me. She heard me. LEMUEL [sorry for the kid] Damn. 4 SCENE OF THE CRIME MUSIC SOUND FEET ON ROUGH GROUND LARKY Just about here, I spect. LEMUEL Thankee kindly. LARKY Whatchoo specting a find? Lute kilt the Jenkins boy nigh on a week ago, and it's rained since. RAFE Hello? You lookin fer me? LEMUEL Jest tryin to get a feel fer whut happened. [beat] I kin find my own way back to town. LARKY I'd be right pleased to get a chance to observe a real Ranger at work. I won't make no bother. LEMUEL [reluctant] Fine. RAFE Hey, I'm over here. FANSHAW [whisper] Keep him busy. I'll see what I can find out. LEMUEL [thinks, then] Where'd you say you thought the shooter was? RAFE Shooter? What shooter? LARKY Up thissaway. SOUND FOOTSTEPS OFF RAFE [calling] Hey! Fellers! FANSHAW Hold on there. RAFE What you want? FANSHAW My apologies sir, but I'm afraid I have some rather bad news for you. RAFE Why you talk like that? FANSHAW There's no kind way to say this. [sigh] I'm afraid you are dead. RAFE Dead? What're you, then, an ayngel? FANSHAW Oh! No. We - that gentleman over there and I - are trying to find out what happened to you. RAFE How come he ain't askin me hisself? FANSHAW Well, he would - but that fellow with the colorful name "Larky" would probably find it odd. RAFE I... guess I see. Tsch. Dunno what I can tell you - I guess I really didn't even ... yet... FANSHAW Realize that you're dead? It's not uncommon, I fear. 5 OUTHOUSE MUSIC SOUND WOODEN DOOR SWINGS SHUT LEMUEL [quiet] Where in hell are you, Fanshaw? FANSHAW [shocked, muffled] Lemuel! Don't you prefer some privacy? LEMUEL [quiet] Consarn it, ya ninny. That Larky is on me like a tick on a tinhorn. I figgured this is the only way to get out from under him. FANSHAW Well, I hope it's a two-seater. [coming on] Rafe didn't see anything - he was ambushed. Shot in the back. LEMUEL I got sumpin more important. This. SOUND SOMETHING PULLED OUT OF A POCKET FANSHAW A badge? LEMUEL A ranger's badge, and I surely didn't whittle it myself. Someone slipped it inta my pocket. I'm thinkin it musta been in that crowd at the hangin - only time anyone but Larky's been near enough. Don't reckon you saw nothin'? FANSHAW Terribly sorry, but no. No one that stood out. LEMUEL Seems the coach line here sees enough traffic that there's more'n a few strangers in town. I couldn't poke much more'n that. FANSHAW But who could have given that to you, and why? LEMUEL How's this fer a guess - there's a ranger, here in town, and he don't want no one to know who he is. FANSHAW But to give his badge away? LEMUEL I'm figgurin he 'preciated my stoppin the hangin and dint want them fellers to find out I weren't no ranger and start the whole thing up again. Jest acause he's hidin out don't mean he thinks we don't need no ranger in town. FANSHAW [slight exasperatd sigh] Perhaps if you could get away from this Larky fellow, the real ranger would make himself known to you. LEMUEL I'll see what I can do. 6 BRIGHT AND EARLY MUSIC SOUND WINDOW SLIDES UP, CIGARETTE LIT AMBIANCE EARLY MORNING NOISES LEMUEL [blows out a long breath] SOUND SOFT RAPPING AT THE DOOR SOUND CHAIR SQUEAKS, A COUPLE OF BARE FOOTSTEPS, A GUN SNATCHED UP OFF A TABLE LEMUEL [quiet] Yup? HARP [whispered through door] I needs to talk to you, Ranger. LEMUEL [not quite being funny] You strapped? MADDY [muffled giggle, through door] HARP Shh. [very serious] Nope. I come peaceable. LEMUEL All right then. Come on. SOUND DOOR OPENS CAREFULLY AND QUIETLY, SMALL FOOTSTEPS ENTER, DOOR SHUTS AMITY Thank you kindly, sir. LEMUEL [a bit surprised] Um. Y'all have a seat? SOUND CREAK OF WOOD HARP You rangers see a lot of strange stuff, dontcha? LEMUEL Strange how? HARP My sister is a might tetched. MADDY I ain't. HARP She ain't rightly crazy, just thinks she sees folks as has gone and passed away. MADDY Where's your friend? LEMUEL He- he'll be-- HARP [to Maddy] Oh, hush. Men're talkin' here. AMITY They grow up so fast. LEMUEL One thing rangers always do, fella, is get to the point. You can't shock me, so come on. HARP My sister says our dead momma is following us around to look after us [clears his throat as he tries to avoid breaking into tears] while our pa is in the hoosegow. AMITY I really tried to teach them to speak better, sir. HARP Maddy also says-- MADDY There he is! FANSHAW Is... this a party? LEMUEL Ah, hell. [comes to a decision] Look, I'm gonna tell you the whole truth, but you can't let no one else hear this. Swear? HARP On my mama's grave. MADDY That's not fair - she's right here. AMITY It's all right, sweetheart. You promise too. MADDY All right, I promise too. LEMUEL We gotta talk quiet. Make sure no one hears. HARP [avid] All right! LEMUEL I ain't never told no one alive what I'm about to tell you, and I can offer you proof, afore you go off thinkin I'm foolin wit'cha, here. HARP I'ud never think you'us foolin. LEMUEL Firstly, I ain't a real ranger. It was the only thing I could think of t'say t'stop the hangin. See, I'm being plumb truthful here, now. HARP [hopes dashed] Not a ranger? LEMUEL Sorry, son, I'm just plain Lemuel Roberts - retired gunslinger. FANSHAW He used to be the Deadeye Kid. MADDY You were the Deadeye Kid? HARP How you know that? LEMUEL My pal Fanshaw just told her. HARP Who? What's agoin on? LEMUEL Lissen t'me, your sister aint tetched a'tall. She's ... like me. Whether it's a blessin or a curse, we both see and hear "them as has passed on". HARP 'Zat mean our mama's truly here? LEMUEL Is your mother a tall woman with big hands, a long plain face and a real sweet smile? HARP [suddenly a small child] Momma? AMITY I'm always with them both. But Maddy will have to be the one to speak fer me. LEMUEL Ma'am. I spect you know there's a reason you're here? AMITY Doesn't everyone remain after their clay has returned to dust? LEMUEL I reckon the world would be an awful crowded place if t'were the case. I found it's mostly just them with unfinished business that stay tethered. AMITY And my business--? FANSHAW If I ain't mistaken, ma'am, they's sittin right here. AMITY [laughs] You're a very perceptive man. MADDY [yes] Uh-huh! HARP [sniffles, then gets down to brass tacks] So my sister ain't crazy. Well, that's right fine, but howzit gonna help clear our pa? AMITY He didn't do it, you know. I was with him all night, as I always am, but I doubt I could be very credible as a witness. LEMUEL [mildly amused] No, ma'am. Spect not. Harp, from everything I've heard, your pa's innocent, but I'm better off trying to find out who done it than trying to prove he din't. What you know that I might not'a heard yet? HARP Well, Rafe was dry-gulched around dusk, six days back. My dad was at home. LEMUEL Why'ud the sheriff think your pa'ud done it? HARP He wooden! MADDY They's all sayin pa kilt Rafe cause Rafe assid-- assud-- AMITY Accidentally. MADDY Assidentally kilt our ma. His cart run her down when he lost control o' his team. AMITY It was an accident, and Maddy and I have assured Lute of that, best we could. Even if I didn't already know where he was all night long, he would never have hurt that poor boy. HARP I believe Maddy. And... and [almost breaking up] ma. LEMUEL [sincere] Faith is a grand thing, son. Don't you never lose it. HARP Faith ain't gonna hep save our pa. What can we do to hep you? LEMUEL Is there anyone else in town might have a grudge against this fella Rafe? HARP Nope. He'us a nice feller. His folks got the big spread up to the plateau. LEMUEL Any other kin likely to get money if'n he died? HARP I don't rightly know - reckon his folks are well off, and he got him four brothers, but they're all regular church-going folks - none'a them'ud do that. AMITY [whispering] tell them about Meg. MADDY Rafe was courting Meg Pickens. Her folks own half the town. [whispering] I saw 'em kissin once. HARP Ew. LEMUEL And someone shot this poor feller, who everyone liked, in the back. 7 MEG MUSIC AMBIANCE BUSY WESTERN STREET SOUND BOOTS ON WOODEN SIDEWALK LEMUEL [talking low] Looks like I need to scout the road out of town, figger out where they plan their ambuscade. FANSHAW Ambuscade? I'm impressed. LEMUEL Pshaw. I was thinkin-- MEG [challenging] Are you the Ranger? LEMUEL [sigh] I spect I'm the one you're lookin fer. And you are? FANSHAW She appears to be in mourning - did Rafe have any sisters? MEG I'm Meg Pickens, and you're the one who stopped the hanging of the ki-yote who killed my ... [breaking a bit] my beau. FANSHAW Ah, the sweetheart. LEMUEL You so sure Lute'us the right man? I hate to orphan no children without being dead certain. MEG Everyone knows he did it - he blamed Rafe for the accident that took his Amity! LEMUEL Lute's children said he never spoke a harsh word agin the boy. MEG Of course they'ud say that. LEMUEL Now, miss, I won't never say that children ain't known to lie from time to time, but they don't, if y'understand, always know what lies t'tell. MEG I don't take your point--. LEMUEL If'n I ast them if their pa killed the man, shore they'd say no, cause even if'n it was true, they'd know that was the right lie to tell. But I ast if their pa ever had harsh words agin your feller, and they said no - he was powerful torn up over their ma's passin, and was angry the boy lost control, but he never said it were no one's fault but providence. MEG [softening] He never did? FANSHAW Nottingham approacheth. LEMUEL Eh? FANSHAW My apologies - the sheriff. SOUND BOOTS ON WOOD SHERIFF [coming on] Ah, Ranger. [smarm] Meg, my dearest girl. You know I have nothing but sympathy for your loss. FANSHAW Nothing? The old letcher, he's practically salivating. MEG Thank you kindly, sheriff Mortimer. SHERIFF Can't you call me Henry? FANSHAW It's rather like a wolf and a lamb. MEG [disturbed] It really isn't appropriate, Sheriff. I -- I just have... so much respect for your office. LEMUEL I was just explaining to [slight emphasis] Miss Pickens here that I am just as het to see Rafe Jenkins' killer hung as anyone, but the law allows every man a proper trial, and you and I both, we're sworn to that law. SHERIFF [nearly a growl] O'course. Nothin's more important than the law. LEMUEL Yep. MADDY [off] Psst. FANSHAW What? Oh. I'll see what she wants. SHERIFF Whuzzat? Oh, the brat-- [grinds out] little Fowler child. MEG I do feel sorry fer her. If her father's a murderer and all. SHERIFF If? [anger rising] If? A'course he's a murderer. I wooden'a put him away if'n he weren't! SOUND LITTLE FEET RUN AWAY MEG [gasp, afraid] Sir! Sheriff! I understand you feel strongly about this-- SHERIFF I'm shore sorry to let you see me in a pet like that. [deep breath] Last thing I'd ever want to do is show you the rough edge of my temper, Meg. LEMUEL Sheriff, I'll take my leave, if'n you don't mind. [goodbye] Miss Pickens. SOUND BOOTS ON WOOD FANSHAW You shouldn't leave her alone with him. LEMUEL I wooden if they'us inside, but there's folks out and about here. FANSHAW That look in his eye - I would swear he's barely human. LEMUEL Ayep. You thinkin we just mighta seen the start of all this ruckus? FANSHAW The sheriff? You think he--? Over the girl--? Oh. That is a sticky wicket, indeed. 8 SALOON MUSIC AMBIANCE SALOON SOUND BOOTS APPROACH MEN AT TABLE SHERIFF Gimme three. SOUND CARDS BEING DEALT KENTUCKY And you? LARKY Nothin' - no, wait. Uh, one. SOUND CARDS LEMUEL Sorry, I thought this was dinner. SHERIFF Will be shortly, Ranger. Care to sit in for a coupla hands? LEMUEL Don't mind if I do. SOUND SCRAPE OF CHAIR KENTUCKY We'll just finish here first. Won't be long. Call? SHERIFF Three tens. LARKY Damn. SOUND CARDS TOSSED DOWN OTHER MEN [grumbling] SOUND MORE CARDS, COINS, ETC. SHERIFF And you, Kentucky? KENTUCKY [sucks his teeth, then] Weeellll. I've got two Jacks. SHERIFF [chuckles avariciously] KENTUCKY And three queens. SOUND CARDS LAID DOWN SLOW AND TRIUMPHANT SHERIFF What? LEMUEL I believe that makes a full house. SHERIFF [furious!] Cheater! Sharp! KENTUCKY I did not--! SOUND TABLE FLIPS, CARDS, MONEY, GLASSES, FALL TO FLOOR SHERIFF We don't hold with cheatin in this here town! KENTUCKY I assure you-- SOUND PUNCH, THEN A GRAB, and a SWING THAT MISSES LEMUEL Sheriff, I reckon you need ta calm down. SHERIFF [spluttering] That bastard--! LEMUEL Larky, take your boss here and get him a shotta whiskey - I'll search this feller, and if he's holdin out, well then I'll arrest him. LARKY [trying to be brave, but frightened] C'mon boss. LEMUEL Up you come. [grunts as he helps K up] KENTUCKY [groans] I think he broke my nose. LEMUEL [amused] Musta been a good pot. KENTUCKY Not more than ten dollars. [long juicy sniff, grunt of pain] You that ranger? LEMUEL That's got around, eh? KENTUCKY Hard not to, town like this. I assure you, sir, I was not cheating. Frankly, it's hardly necessary against players who... well, aren't particularly skilled. SOUND RUSTLE OF CLOTHING LEMUEL I'll check your sleeves and pockets anyway, just so's they don't think you're talkin your way past me. KENTUCKY I appreciate that. SOUND RUSTLING OF CLOTHING, PAT ON THE BACK LEMUEL Well, that's it - nothin. Now I'll go see if the Sheriff's still colicky. I'm thinkin you should get while the gettin's good. SOUND DRINK POURED, GULPED [SHER], GLASS SLAMMED DOWN ON BAR LARKY Boss! He's comin. SHERIFF [slurry drunk] I'm gon kill him. Ranger or not, he'll still bleed red. LARKY Shh. Only works if he don' know it's comin. [up] Ranger! You let him go? SHERIFF What? SOUND SCUFFLE AS SHERIFF TURNS FROM THE BAR AND ALMOST FALLS LEMUEL He wasn't holdin. I convinced him to take his stake and go. You'n yer men can go and collect your own - it's all still there on the floor. FANSHAW Lem, that sheriff person is making no secret of his plans to assassinate you. LEMUEL [accepting] Mm. [up to the men] I'm thinkin I'll grab some grub and turn in - even rangers can only take so much excitement in a day. SHERIFF [dark] Reckon so. SOUND FOOTSTEPS AWAY LARKY Not in the hotel, boss. SHERIFF [snarls] How dare you? LARKY Sir, I mean - woodenit be better to get him on his way outta town? Then everyone'll know he was fine when he left - won't blame you - I mean, us. SHERIFF [grunt] FANSHAW Despicable blackguards. 9 SHERIFF'S OFFICE MUSIC AMBIANCE WESTERN STREET, MORNING SOUND FOOTSTEPS ON WOODEN SIDEWALK, SOUND SECOND PAIR OF FOOTSTEPS TROT UP LARKY [coming on, puffing a bit] Hey, ranger! LEMUEL [muttered] Ah hell. LARKY You headin to Sheriff's office? Me too. Messenger just come in, said the circuit judge'll be here two-three days at the outside. Good news eh? Lute can have his trial, then I reckon the town can have its hangin. LEMUEL [muttered] Consarn it. LARKY Whassat? LEMUEL Come on. MUSIC SOUND DOOR OPENS, WALK INTO OFFICE LARKY Hey Jeb! Sheriff in? JEB Uh, no - he's off to look on on Meg Pickens. He said he's worried cause her folks are away. FANSHAW Oh, that's not good. That young lady will be defenseless. LEMUEL [snort of agreement, trying hard not to sound anxious] How long ago did he leave? We might could catch him up? JEB Oh, round half hour ago, but I figgered he'd stop home to, uh, spruce hisself up a bit. He's plumb sweet on that li'l lady. LARKY That he is. LEMUEL Larky, you kin show me how to head him off? LARKY Cain't it wait til tomorra? I sorely doubt that this would be a good time t'interupt him. LEMUEL I - I found sumpin he needs to see. It'd prove Lute's case. LARKY Hmm. Sheriff'll be happy to hear that. Make the judge's job real easy. LEMUEL [level but forced] Get me to him. A1 RIDING OUT MUSIC SOUND HOOFBEATS, TROTTING LARKY He ain't gon' thank you, and he ain't gon' be best pleased with me, neither. LEMUEL I don't care a whit for whether he's pleased or not. Whoa! SOUND HORSES PULL UP LARKY What? LEMUEL Whassat? LARKY Where? LEMUEL [irritated] Over there. Lean this way. See? SOUND THUMP ON HEAD LARKY augh! SOUND BODY SLOWLY LOWERED OFF HORSE TO GROUND, CRUNCHES ON GRASS LEMUEL Cain't have you behind me Larky, old hoss. FANSHAW Leveled the playing field, I see. You should take his horse - in case he recovers quickly. LEMUEL Thick skull like that, he jest might. A2 SHOWDOWN_1 MUSIC SOUND HOOVES, WALKING SOUND HOOVES APPROACH QUICKLY LEMUEL [coming on] Sheriff! SHERIFF What the blue blazes? You? What in hell do you want? SOUND SECOND PAIR OF HOOVES SLOWS LEMUEL Lute Fowler's escaped! SHERIFF What! SOUND HORSE REINS UP, SECOND HORSE REINS TOO SHERIFF That sheep-loving son of a bitch! I knew he'd try somethin. LEMUEL I figgured this'd be worth trackin you down for. I got a hunch tells me where he might go, as well. SHERIFF Really? LEMUEL You and me, we can take him down. SHERIFF [evil realization] You and me? Ye-e-e-es. MUSIC SOUND HORSES SLOW, THEN STOP LEMUEL We'll have to leave the horses. Cain't let him hear us. SHERIFF [sly] Course not. SOUND CREAKS AS THEY DISMOUNT SHERIFF Show the way. LEMUEL Stay here fr'a minute. SOUND RUNS OFF THROUGH BUSHES SHERIFF [fading off] Whatever you say, [dangerous] ranger. FANSHAW Maddy told me of a big rock just over that rise. Quickly now - you'll want cover. He's rather agitated. LEMUEL [snort] SOUND BUSHWHACKING STOPS LEMUEL [calling] Lute? Lute Fowler? SHERIFF [off, deliberately calling weakly] He there? You hear him? SOUND STEALTHY MOVING THROUGH BUSHES LEMUEL Shh! FANSHAW He's closing on you. He moves awfully quietly for a big man. SHERIFF [almost a whisper, trying to sound farther away than he is] Ranger? FANSHAW Are you going to shoot him? LEMUEL I - No. FANSHAW What? SOUND MOVEMENT STOPS, THEN SUDDEN NOISE AS LEM TURNS TO FACE THE SHERIFF LEMUEL Y'coverin me, or fixin to shoot me in the back, Sheriff? SHERIFF [tries to laugh it off] Lute's a desperate man. Surprised you're still in leather. LEMUEL Lute ain't here. It's jest you and me. SHERIFF Eh? If you're plannin to plant me, boy, you shoulda thought twice. Only gun to hand right now is mine. SOUND TWO STEPS FORWARD LEMUEL [calm and even] I see that. And I know you can shoot a man in the back. But that - uh - shake t'yer hand says maybe you cain't look me in the face and do it. SHERIFF I can do anything I please. No one'll even ask once you're gone. LEMUEL Oh, there's a couple. You think any ranger'd be fool enough to come out here without a man t'watch his back? SHERIFF What I've seen from you, I ain't much impressed with rangers. LEMUEL Huh. Well you gonna shoot me or what? SHERIFF I... will. You gonna give me a reason? LEMUEL Nope. I'm figgurin you'll show yellow til you get riled 'nuff. So I don' plan to rile you none. SHERIFF [flash of anger] Yellow? LEMUEL Rafe'us unarmed, barely old enough t'shave, and still you hadta shoot him in the back. That says yellow louder than-- SHERIFF [screaming] Yellow! I'm the damn sheriff! The Sheriff I tell you! HARP [screams from off] Sheriff! SOUND GUNSHOT GOES WILD SOUND BODY HITS GROUND, ROLLS A BIT FANSHAW Lemuel? Lemuel? SOUND GUNSHOT FROM FAR AWAY SHERIFF Argh! A3 SHOWDOWN 2 LEMUEL [spitting gravel, annoyed] I'm fine. SOUND BODY HITS GROUND FANSHAW But that shot? LEMUEL Well I was biting dirt, so I din't rightly see. HARP Ranger! Get up! He's a-coming! SOUND SLOW FOOSTEPS ACROSS HARD GROUND SOUND SCUFFLE AS LEM TURNS TO FACE NEWCOMER LEMUEL Well. You do have a thick skull, don'tcha? SOUND A COUPLE MORE SLOW STEPS, THEN LARKY [chuckles, then sounding a lot less stupid and rough than before] Good thing too. You pack a wallop. FANSHAW The sheriff is still breathing. LEMUEL What happens now? LARKY You hit the ground pretty hard. Need a hand up? LEMUEL [beat] I - I'm a mite confused now. LARKY I think you have something of mine. LEMUEL What? SOUND RUNNING FEET APPROACH HARP You stop right there, Larky! SOUND COCKING OF HAMMER ON GUN LEMUEL [getting it] I - I think it's all right Harp. Slowly now, let that hammer down. HARP But he's one o' them that railroaded my pa! LARKY I'm truly not-- LEMUEL Harp, don't be loco. He's the one goes with this-- SOUND SOMETHING PULLED OUT OF POCKET LEMUEL Ain't you, Ranger Larky? A4 RANGER MUSIC AMBIANCE BACK IN THE HOTEL LARKY You understand why I couldn't do anything - if I came forward, I would have wasted months of work, getting myself next to the Sheriff. But-- LEMUEL I still don't see-- LARKY Hold on! I swear to you, though, I would not have let Lute Fowler get hung just to keep my cover. You came in at the nick of time. LEMUEL Reckon we're even now. LARKY Reckon we are. So where you off to? LEMUEL Spect I don' know no more 'bout that than you do. I jest... drift. LARKY Ever consider takin up the star? LEMUEL [surprised] Me? A ranger? I don' think so. LARKY And why not? Takes grit, and you have that by the cartload. LEMUEL I don't reckon I'd take to havin t'answer t'anyone. LARKY [chuckles] None o'us do. But it ain't so bad when it means you got someone at yer back. [long beat] You'll let me know if'n you change yer mind? LEMUEL You'll be the first. A5 TEA MUSIC SOUND PACKING THINGS INTO A RUCKSACK AS LEM TALKS LEMUEL Now you don' forget-- MADDY I don't never talk to no one in public less'n my brother talks to 'em first. LEMUEL Yup. And? MADDY And if anyone catches me talkin to myself, I says I'm tryin to recall my lessons, and not that I's talking to dead folks. LEMUEL That'll take you far. You be careful, now. AMITY Don't forget what you brought. LEMUEL And what's 'at? MADDY [remembering] Oh! [grunt as she moves something heavy] SOUND BASKET SET ON TABLE, CHAIR SQUEAKS LEMUEL What... is it? MADDY You sit on down, now. Where's Mr. Fanshaw? SOUND CHAIR SQUEAKS LEMUEL [calling] Fanshaw! FANSHAW [off, coming on] Eh? What? SOUND THINGS BEING TAKEN OUT OF THE BASKET AND SET ON THE TABLE MADDY You sit rightchere. AMITY [promptin] On my left. MADDY [importantly] On my left. FANSHAW [slowly realizing] Oh! LEMUEL What? MADDY Mama, you'll have a seat on my right? AMITY Thank you kindly. SOUND CLATTER OF PORCELAIN LEMUEL Will someone please explain? MADDY Would you like one lump or two, Mr. Lemuel? AMITY [prompting] Mr. Roberts. MADDY Mr. Roberts. LEMUEL One lump of what? I hate to tell you, child, but them plates and bowls is all empty. FANSHAW [prompting] That's not the point, Lem. Say One lump, no milk. LEMUEL I ain't sayin-- aw, heck. One lump no milk. SOUND RATTLE OF PORCELAIN, CHING OF METAL ON CUP MADDY And you, Mr. Fanshaw? FANSHAW Oh, I would simply adore two lumps, and just the slightest bit of milk. And are these biscuits? MADDY No. They's cookies. I made 'em my self. FANSHAW Well, they look delicious. May I? MADDY [giggles] You go on ahead now. They's plenty where that come from. LEMUEL But there ain't-- What is it? What is all this folderol? FANSHAW Why Lem, it's -- tea! MUSIC END
Hackers. Viruses. Malware. There must be more than 50 ways to lose your crypto. But one of the ways is when you voluntarily hand it over to criminals demanding a ransom. This can be the result of Ransomware. What is this insidious method of extracting money from people, how did it come to be and how are you and your data at risk? Today we are joined by Trent Fowler, an expert in the area of Ransomware. You'll want to know what it is and how you can protect yourself. It's a little dark, but we try to keep it light on episode #618 of The Bad Crypto Podcast. Guest: Trent Fowler Trent Fowler is an author, data scientist, blockchain analyst, business strategist, and co-host of the Futurati Podcast. As an engineer, he has worked at several early-stage cryptocurrency startups creating infrastructure, doing predictive analysis, and helping to build the company by working closely across teams and with customers. As a professional speaker, Trent Fowler's eye-opening keynotes have tantalized audiences large and small. His most requested topics range from artificial intelligence and existential risk to cryptocurrencies and the future of business strategy. From years of writing, speaking, and teaching Trent Fowler has honed an ability to distill complex topics like quantum computing and economics into concepts that every audience can understand and find useful. Links Trent's podcast Twitter Support the show: https://badcryptopodcast.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There are more things, but how many more? Let's find out by reading Yara Rodrigues Fowler's There Are More Things, a multi-generational story of queer love and revolution. On the way we discuss London's transportation system, Brazilian politics and millenial sadgirl novels. Music by Cloud Rat and Gnoll.
Recently, ROADS TAKEN sat down to talk with Lara Fowler about her tendency to become and remain curious about things, leading her to a wide variety of interests and ultimately into a career in water resource management.When the coronavirus pandemic hit, she had to wind down a year living in Sweden with her family and navigate her husband's long covid symptoms on two continents. Join Leslie Jennings Rowley as she talks to Lara about this for a special covid-19 Bonus Episode of ROADS TAKEN.For more on Lara's adventures in Sweden with husband Chris (Dartmouth '97) and their two kids, check out their blog, https://skoldpaddan.csfowler.com, including posts on the covid situation. Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Clancy Rowley on a theme by Worth Rowley Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.com Email the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com
Mason Fowler joins the show to talk about overcoming a troubled youth through sports and Jiu-Jitsu. He discusses learning in an unstructured enviornment and how competition exposes your true BJJ game. He also talks about his second passion, Call of Duty!
Do you like this podcast? Let Greg know! Go to ratethispodcast.com/openloops to leave a review.WARNING: This episode is more serious than the one last week with the guy doing cartoon sound effects....Rocko Fowler grew up in Montauk, Long Island, a place riddled with mystery. The biggest mystery: why do so many claim they were involved or knew about a military project since the 80s where children were studied to develop their psychic abilities, to project themselves into other dimensions, to submit to horrendous mind control experiments, and perhaps the weirdest of all... to TRAVEL THROUGH TIME? This is the real-life story Stranger Things is based on! In this episode, Rocko shares his own story. He claims that he's been a victim of this secret military project since he was a toddler. But unlike the Netflix series, his story is far, far darker than what you'd even imagine. If you're easily disturbed, do not listen to this episode. It's the testimony of a Project Montauk victim seeking justice. You must be brave enough to swallow the tale. Check out the Open Loops YouTube Channel for exclusive content!
Mylo Fowler is a landscape photographer who takes pictures of his homeland, the Navajo Nation. The images he captures are stunning - they feature the rock formations, plants, and skies of the southwestern United States. His photography holds layers of meaning that celebrate and preserve Navajo culture, and he's also figured out how to use his photography to bring electricity to people who live on Navajoland. Connect with Mylo:WebsiteFacebookTwitterInstagramResources:Learn more about Mylo's work with Goal ZeroEpisode sponsors:SonosTeva
Geoffrey Fowler recalls that when he first began reporting on consumer tech innovations two decades ago, the worst you might say about a product was that it was too expensive or too hard to use. But today, the tech we've come to depend on can steal our data, spy on our kids, send us down rabbit holes and feed us misinformation. Fowler joins us to talk about his new Washington Post series "We the Users," which identifies the tech products and services that fail us and how to fix them.
Washington Post tech writer Geoffrey Fowler says that apps are collecting data on kids on a massive scale — despite a law that was designed to prevent that. Fowler explains the loophole in the law that apps are using, and ways that the system can and should be changed. We'll also talk about medical data collection, terms of service, and what "ask app not to track" really means.
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by the boys from Fowler Hide Supply, Cameron and Drew Peters. Fowler Hide specializes in making custom leather goods for waterfowl hunters. The brothers tell where the idea for Fowler Hide started, how they have been received by the waterfowl community, and what they have planned for the future.