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We don't use the term icon loosely. But if singer, actor, activist and author Mx. Justin Vivian Bond (Viv for short) aren't deserving, then no one we know is. As an NYC entertainment mainstay, their stage performances, sultry vocals and searing humor have kept a generation of New Yorkers in check. On this episode of Why Here, they explain what it was like trying to make people pay attention to pronouns decades ago, share how they intend to "sleigh" Christmas this year and respond to the trans-phobia that persists in the media around us. At the end, Viv's co-conspirator Herb joins the chat for a fact check. It's effing good ... and funny. Trust us.
Spitting some minty truth today! Finding awareness and clarity to guide our inspired way! Good fortune and graciousness in all that we do. That's mint for me and you! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/herboracle/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/herboracle/support
#631 - Herb Reed of The Platters The Herb Reed of The Platters Interview is featured on The Paul Leslie Hour. We dug through the archives to pull out an interview that was thrilling. This is an interview with Herb Reed, founding member of the legendary vocal group: The Platters. They just don't make groups like that anymore. Herb Reed was born in 1928 and passed away in 2012, but in those years he took the stage to sing for countless people. And the records made by The Platters stand the test of time. Did you know what makes the broadcast of these precious interviews a reality? Well, it's folks just like you. Go to thepaulleslie.com and click on support the show. Thanks to everyone who is contributing. And now we take you back to that day, when Paul was honored and humbled to speak with Mr. Herb Reed, the man who helped found and named…The Platters. The Paul Leslie Hour is a talk show dedicated to “Helping People Tell Their Stories.” Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture.
In this episode of Locked On White Sox, we discuss the frustration of watching the ALCS from home, and Herb and Chris rank their biggest needs for the Sox this offseason. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
¿Sabes cuáles son los auténticos pimientos de Padrón? Hoy en Por fin no es lunes en nuestra Carretera Secundaria viajamos hasta Herbón, una parroquia del Concello de Padrón para descubrirlo. La Oficina de Propiedad Intelectual de la UE parece que lo tiene muy claro
Nutrition Nugget! Bite-size, bonus episodes offering tips, tricks and approachable science. This week, Jenn's talking about basil, the delicious, leafy, green herb that makes your margarita pizza and delightful pesto pasta. What nutritional value does it give us? How can we eat more of it? And what about holy basil supplements or basil essential oils? In just a few minutes Jenn answers all these questions and more! Like what you're hearing? Be sure to check out the full length episodes; new releases every Wednesday. Have an idea for a nutrition nugget? Submit it here: https://asaladwithasideoffries.com/index.php/contact/ Become A Member: https://glow.fm/saladwithasideoffries/Want a Free Menu Plan from Jenn? https://www.tlsslim.com/bettermylifenow/weight-loss-profile/?
Joins ⭐️ Tyson & ⭐️ Herb on this weeks podcast as they indulged in a conversation about Meek Mill Bus Promo, Rap City return, Cardi B Birthday Party that gave them dance hall vibes, the Redflag debates everyone was having on social media this week, Dave Chapelle “The Closer” Review, The Kanye Donda school and more ! Subscribe to become a Goldmember !
Veteran journalist and market observer Herb Greenberg -- now senior editor at Empire Financial Research -- says that investors have a distorted view about returns, fueled by the market's post-pandemic rise, that has resulted in a loss of selling discipline. 'Everybody thinks they are entitled to these gazillion percent returns,' he says, and they have lost sight of what it means to have a 'good investment.' As a result, he fears that 'A lot of people will learn a very hard lesson who probably can't afford to learn that lesson.' Also on the show, Tom Lydon, of ETFTrends.com names an entire suite of funds that are built to give investors more control his 'ETF of the Week,' and Gary Black of The Future Fund Active ETF talks Tesla and other game-changing stocks in the Market Call.
Oh yes it's ladies night (oh what a night). 66% of the GITC wives join the show to discuss college hockey, their 19 year old selves pregame rituals and what to expect for our field trip to The Herb this weekend. Games and Growlers breaks down the games of the previous week. The mailbag asks if Atlantic Hockey is a force to be reckoned with. All of this and a lot more.
Brooklyn Nets fanalyst, Keith McPherson, is "Talkin' Nets" basketball. Today we learned that Kyrie Irving will in fact NOT be able to practice with the team or play in road games. So Kyrie is OUT until he gets vaccinated. Simple. On the last pod, what was said? "You're either in or you're out. You can't be half. You can't be both!" We support Kyrie. We support his right to choose. That doesn't mean we think he's right or we are anti-vax. We're not. This could have all been avoided but nothing is ever easy so here we are. A line has been drawn a week before the season starts and its for the best. This has been a huge distraction all preseason. No more. In Marks we trust. This team is talented enough. KD and Harden will lead the way. Pray for health! We give the Nets score keeper Herb a shoutout, we talk about Preseason against the Bucks/Sixers, Practice in the Park, the new 75th anniversary 'mixtape' jerseys and thats about it. We take some questions from the chat and wrap up! Our world, Nets world. Tell a friend to tell a friend about Talkin' Nets! Thanks again for listening...subscribe, rate 5 stars, and leave us a review! Call and leave a voicemail: (201)870-0461 Buy some Talkin' Nets merch https://shop.jomboymedia.com/collections/talkin-nets Follow us on Social Media https://twitter.com/talkinnetsworld https://twitter.com/Keith_McPherson https://www.instagram.com/talkinnets/ https://www.instagram.com/keithmcpherson/
WELCOME BACK!Road trip! Herb, Andy and Art have piled into the Cordoba headed to Dayton. What do they hope to accomplish on the mean streets of Dayton? They want to pitch a major advertiser! Vicky von Vickey Jeans is based in Dayton, of course, and the Mighty KRP wants a taste of those denim dollars.Andy's on slide projector, Mickey's at the bar, Art's having a fruit fix and Herb has gotten himself in a fix. If anyone should speak to you in rhyme, tell them another time. Your suite is ready at the "Hotel Oceanview"...just put a quarter in the podcast player and hit "play." WATCH ALONG DETAILS...[Want to watch along with us? It's a blast!! We highly recommend the 'Shout Factory' boxed DVD set of the entire WKRP series. For reasons you'll have to listen to in the "Prolog" episode, all streaming versions of the original "WKRP in Cincinnati" have had the original music cues removed. Generic music beds and stings were used in place of the original music for the syndicated version of the series. 'Shout Factory' has been able to restore an estimated 85% of all WKRP music cues to the original "as-aired" content for their DVD release. They've also restored scenes that had been cut to shorten episodes for syndication. The original eps ran 25 minutes. The syndication eps were shortened to 22 minutes. Over 88 episodes that's more than four hours of lost content, including the performance by "Detective" at the end of "Hoodlum Rock." Get the COMPLETE series...get the Shout Factory DVDs. The Shout Factory complete series box has a release date of 2014. All individual seasons of Shout Factory disks were released starting in 2015.]The WKRP-Cast is a weekly re-watch podcast spending time with the original "WKRP in Cincinnati" which aired from 1978-82. New episodes every Tuesday. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Hey Fellow Babies,We're moving! The truck arrived on 10/13, and that meant packing away the studio. We will be relocating over the next ten days or so. Bear with us! We're going to do a Patreon extra as a sample on 10/19 and we've got a great re-run planned for 10/26. We'll be back with NEW SHOWS starting in November. Hang in there, and thanks for the support!!And if you'd like to make that support monetary: Patreon.com/WKRPCast
Relaxing and calming and light hearted, our herb of the week is Catnip! The perfect witchy herb to get us rolling back again here in October, appreciating everything about this moment! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/herboracle/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/herboracle/support
GHIT 0246: Our Autobahn Country Club HPDE 2021 Vicki and Bill attended the recent NASA Great Lakes HPDE at the Autobahn Country Club. It was the first time Vicki was on this track and she was in the HPDE 2 run group. Bill was in HPDE 4 and instructed a HPDE 1 student Saturday and Sunday. Bill also completed his MSF Level 2 instructor in car training on Friday and had a great time with the drills and the mentors. We cover a lot of the Autobahn South track and here is a track map if you need it: https://autobahncc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/2019-south_circuit.pdf You can subscribe to our podcast on the podcast provider of your choice, including the Apple podcast app, Google music, Amazon, and YouTube etc. Also, if you could give our podcast a (5-star?) rating or even better, a podcast review, we would greatly appreciate it and it would help us to grow the passion and sport of high performance driving. For instance, leaving an Apple Podcast rating is very easy. If you go to your podcast library, under shows and click on the podcast you can leave a (5?) star rating and enter your review. A link to the episode is: https://tinyurl.com/AutobahnHPDE2021 We hope you enjoy this episode! PS Please don't forget that if you are looking to add an Apex Pro to your driving telemetry system, don't forget to use our discount code for all Apex Pro systems you will receive a free Windshield Suction Cup Mount for the system, a savings of $40. Just enter the code “ghitlikesapex!” when you order. They are a great system and truly invaluable in safely increasing your speed on track and/or autocross etc. The recently released second generation systems and app increases the capability of the system greatly. Best regards, Vicki, Jennifer, Alan, and Bill Hosts of the Garage Heroes In Training Podcast and Garage Heroes In Training racing team drivers Highlights from this episode include: 1) Right off the bat, Bill mis-speaks during his joke, Herb vs Abe, my apologies. 2) Vicki goes over her track prep since this was her first time at this track. Luckily, the track is relatively flat and fairly easy to learn. Vicki's favorite section was the 8-9-10 turn complex. 3) We both shared the 2019 Mazda Miata (ND2) and Vicki was able to settle into the new track car. We also go over her impressions of the Garmin Catalyst which is especially useful at Autobahn since the track is relatively short and you get a lot of laps in each session. 4) Our car prep issues with the 2004 BMW M3 (E46) were quite a story. We thought we had our prep processes under control but found something else we can do wrong. And then it snowballed, lol. 5) Lifting on the long straightaways? Vicki had that problem. Emphasis on “had”. 6) How did the MSF Level 2 evaluation go for Bill? 7) What trailer does Vicki envy? ALOT. 8) Vicki was unintentionally “that guy”. Or was she? You can be the judge. 9) We also cover how Vicki's Instructor (Brandon) did vs the Garmin Catalyst? (Quite well) 10) Vicki (and Bill) had some major accomplishments during the weekend. Any guesses? 11) Some of the issues Bill had instructing at the event. 12) TREC Racing. Ever heard of it? We discuss it and we finally have a plan for this next season.
This week, Lee talks to Herb Morrick, whose fascinating true life story has taken him from South Africa to South Wales, and which has seen him experience much that the twentieth century has had to offer. Herb talks about the power of choice, why culture and values shoud be at the forefront of every business, and how best to create trust. KEY TAKEAWAYS Building relationships and delivering on what we promise allows us to create trust and enrich life and business at every turn. When we put our core values at the forefront of business, we create trust and a sense of safety. Our clients become connected to our story. Different opinions and different skill sets are not necessarily a weakness when it comes to partnerships. Opposing perspectives and skills actually end up complimenting the other, and thereby strengthening us. BEST MOMENTS 'Life in my family has made me sensitive to how other people feel' 'We were four guys who absolutely believed in making a difference' 'Just remember that you're going to have differences' VALUABLE RESOURCES Business Problems Solved Podcast ABOUT THE HOST For the last 15 years, I have been a multi-sector internal or external business improvement consultant, building the improved capability of individuals, teams and businesses. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my two young children Jack & India. I also enjoy listening to and reading business & personal development material. Lee Houghton is “THE Business Problem Solver”, a Management Consultant, CX Specialist and Keynote Speaker. CONTACT METHOD You can contact Lee Houghton on 07813342194 Lee@leehoughton.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/lhoughton/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this Episode of Faith Fitness and Footwork the guys give their prospective on some current events. The guys also speak about money, how they think about it, and how the desire to make money shapes their lives. Michael and Greg finish the episode speaking on the recent sentencing of Robert Kelly and protecting women. Scriptures: Proverbs 14:15-15, Psalms 37:4-5 Herb of the week: BacopaKicks of the week: Nike Air Force 1 Mid Jewel NYC Purebred Social media handles and the handles of your guests: @triplefpodcast @heso_dop3 @michaelshealingjournal
FOOD FRIDAYS! Weed Foods • Epsiode 315 • Misty and IkeGanja, Mary Jane, Weed, Pot, Reefer, Dope, Grass, Herb, Skunk, Blunt, Chronic, Cheeba.Ya know- MARiJUANA! But...what about marijuana and fooooood!Go ahead and leave us a review or a rating on whatever platform you are listening on!How much does a hot air balloon cost? What happens when you get abducted by an alien? Who died on the set of The Wizard of Oz? Frasier VS Seinfeld, Old School VS Stepbrothers, Chris Farley VS John Candy? What happens in a city after the Olympics are over? Misty Roberts and Isaac Heckert are gonna talk about cool sh*t for 15 minutes everyday and have fun doing it.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/MistyandIke)
Welcome back to this week's #FridayReview where I'll be sharing with you the best of this past week! On today's show we'll be covering: 21-Day Detox Challenge Peace, Love & Hormones Interview HigherDose PEMF Mat (product review) Kid's Herb Book (book review) Daily Fruit & Vegetable Intake (research) Stress & Exercise (research) For all the details and much more check out today's #CabralConcept 2072 – Enjoy the show and let me know if you have any questions! - - - Show Notes & Resources: http://StephenCabral.com/2072 - - - Dr. Cabral's New Book, The Rain Barrel Effect https://amzn.to/2H0W7Ge - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: http://CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Sleep & Hormones Test (Run your adrenal & hormone levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels)
Herb-infused vinegar is a fragrant and versatile formula for a myriad of purposes. Learn how to make a lavender and rosemary infused vinegar to be used for cooking, cleaning, and body care. Quick and easy herbal vinegar might soon be your new favorite herbal preparation! Click Here to watch the video of Kami and see the full recipe. Learn more about Kami McBride at: Living Awareness: Herbal Remedies and Healthy Living Check out her book to discover fun new recipes: The Herbal Kitchen You may also want to explore this blog: How to Make Herbal Vinegar! Join our community! Subscribe to the Mountain Rose Herbs newsletter Subscribe to Mountain Rose Herbs on YouTube Follow on Instagram Like on Facebook Follow on Pinterest Follow on Twitter Read the Mountain Rose Herbs blog Follow on TikTok Strengthening the bonds between people and plants for a healthier world. Mountain Rose Herbs www.mountainroseherbs.com
Knight Owl and The Maestro team up for ep364 to discuss the huge Royal Rumble announcement, who are the most believable workers in wrestling today and they sit down with Ed Wheatley for the first time and return guest Herb Simmons of SICW.
LET'S CHAT ABOUT: The one thing we all hate the most: THE SCALE. Learn how to not have emotional reactions and sabotage your fitness journey by judging your progress by what the scale reads!!! Special Guest Speakers Include: Ryan and Herb
Jamie Herb on the Superpower of Being Coachable Jamie Herb is a new National Marketing Director with The Juice Plus+ Company. She is also a wife and a mother of four. Jamie's journey is a great example of the power of being coachable. People do not typically think of the skills of listening, following, and trusting as attributes of a superhero, but in Jamie's story we learn those are the key attributes to making a difference and enjoying an abundant life. The challenge for each of us is to listen for God's calling for our lives, to follow those coaches that God sends our way, and to trust that if we stay consistent and do what we are coached to do then wonderful things will happen in and through us. A big thanks to Jamie for sharing her story and helping us see this! Disclaimer: Juice Plus+ does not claim to cure or treat any specific disease or symptoms and makes no income promises regarding the business.
Join Herb & Tyson for episode 6 “know your place “ of the Goldmembers Podcast as they discuss former espn host jemele Hill's comments in regards NFL players Dez Bryant and Colin kapernick. She also had something to say about our host Herb. They then dive into the vaccine mandate for NBA Players in certain cities and the mandate for Health Care officials in New York City. They discussed all the news surrounding Nikki Minaj and her husband and much more ! Subscribe to become a Goldmember !Listen on:
INTERVIEW BEGINS AT: 28:10 In the 1990's Wrestling was enjoying a new golden age, The WWF/WWE was king and WCW was just gaining momentum, and in a few years they would be competing with the juggernaut of the WWE in the famous "Monday night wars", but before that happened.. there was Herb Abrams and the UWF Abrams wanted to create an all new wrestling company that would not only compete but defeat the top dog WWF/WWE, signing up big name stars to inflated contracts and hustling for television, Herb Abrams was a man on a mission. Sadly, he was also a man with serious demons. As much as Herb loved the wrestling business he also loved cocaine, booze, parties, celebrity life styles and high price prostitutes. By 1996, the UWF had folded, and Herb Abrams was dead at age 41. Since then Herb and the UWF have become legend, wild stories have flown about for years and even Dark Side of the Ring did an episode about Herb, but what is the truth? Who was this man with big dreams and bigger flaws. In Tortured Ambition, author Jonathan Plombon spoke to almost 50 people who worked with, or for, or knew the real Herb Abrams, and for the first time, the full story is being told, and we are thrilled to be joined by Jonathan for an exclusive interview! So kick back, enjoy and please rate and share the show..let's keep the audience growing. Thank you all And hey, check out our Merch Store for Shirts. Hoodies, Coffee Mugs, Stickers, Magnets and a whole host of other items https://www.teepublic.com/user/tahistory All of our episodes are listed as explicit due to language and some topics, such as historical crime, that may not be suitable for all listeners.-Opening and closing theme is Random Sanity by British composer DeeZee
What does it take to execute an ESOP successfully? To get a clear perspective about this topic, I talk with Herb Sargent, the President and CEO of an ESOP, Sargent Corporation, a construction company based in Maine. This podcast addresses some of the following essential points: the importance of distinguishing your runway for ownership transition and management or leadership transition to execute an ESOP successfully; the importance of identifying the why and why Herb's “why” is unique; how you go about the process of exploring an Aesop and why understanding the mechanics of an ESOP is essential; identifying a mentor in your particular construction vertical so that you can look at the pros and cons of an ESOP structure I believe this episode will significantly benefit those interested in the mechanics in the implementation of an ESOP in their construction companies. Tune in to this today! Discussion Points: 0:00 Introduction 3:55 Herb Sargent's background and how he got into ESOP 6:09 Options when you decide to get out of construction 6:51 Herb's emotional response to the sale of H.E. Sargent 8:17 How the sale of H.E. Sargent influenced Herb's future decisions 9:18 Herb's experience starting his own company 10:14 Why Herb bought back H.E. Sargent 12:49 The motivation behind purchasing H.E. Sargent 14:29 The decision to do ESOP 16:10 Separating the ownership transition from the management transition 17:16 Ensuring smooth turnover 18:15 Where Herb found models and mentors for the ESOP transition 19:36 How employees can start buying into the ESOP 23:09 ESOPs struggle when owners just want to make money 25:36 How seasonality of the business affect people's ability to build value in the ESOP 28:51 Starting an internal podcast 30:45 Communicating the ESOP life to employees 31:30 Initial steps to take if you're considering ESOP 35:37 Working hard to build credibility with your crew 35:52 Herb's journey in finding the next CEO of his company 37:59 BONUS: Herb's restaurant recommendation in Stillwater, Maine About the Guest: Herb Sargent is the President and CEO of Sargent Corporation. It is an employee-owned earthwork construction company that traces its beginning to 1926 in Alton, Maine. They have nearly 400 employees working in seven states, specializing in commercial, industrial, and institutional site preparation, landfill construction, utility projects, airports, athletic facilities, and wind power access. Resources: Check out Sargent Corporation's website https://sargent.us/employee-owned/ Herb's restaurant recommendation https://masonsbrewingcompany.com/ Do Your Project Executives Need to Become Better Leaders? Book a 10-minute call with Eric Anderton to see if/how he can help (https://10minutes.youcanbook.me/) Connect with me on LinkedIn. For more podcast episodes, you may also visit my website. Tune in and subscribe to the Construction Genius: A Leadership Master-Class Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. Thank you for tuning in!
Voice of the Pelicans Todd Graffagnini starts the final hour of the show talking about what he noticed at media day. Herb Jones talks about what he is looking forward to as a member of the Pelicans. Marlon Favorite talks about the Saints and LSU. Daniel Sallerson closes out the show giving his take on the Pelicans.
This week we're continuing our review of herbs in our current apothecary, from A to Z by their botanical Latin names. We want to give all our herbs an opportunity to get in the spotlight and share their particular talents.Anise hyssop (Agastache foeniculum) is neither an anise nor a hyssop! Its flavor and digestion-warming actions may remind you of fennel, or of black licorice candy (which is anise-flavored). Its capacity to relax respiratory tension and quell coughs may remind you of hyssop (without the bitterness). But it is an herb all its own, and one of our favorites for improving the taste of our formulae.Lady's mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris) is a protective and comforting plant for anyone – not only ladies – who needs to cultivate feelings of safety. On the physical level it has a measured and helpful tonifying effect on the pelvic floor; it also improves fluid circulation in this part of the body. A flexible herb that pairs well with others to adjust its effects in the direction needed.Mentioned in this episode:The Holistic Herbalism Podcast, Episode 156: Herb of the Month – An Essential Herbalism Learning MethodEnjoyed these herb profiles? These were done off-the cuff & on-the-spot, but our organized & comprehensive presentation of our herbal allies is in the Holistic Herbalism Materia Medica course. We have detailed profiles of 90 medicinal herbs! Plus you get everything that comes with enrollment in our courses: twice-weekly live Q&A sessions, lifetime access to current & future course material, discussion threads integrated in each lesson, guides & quizzes, and more.If you have a moment, it would help us out if you could subscribe, rate, & review our podcast wherever you listen. This helps others find us more easily. Thank you!!Our theme music is “Wings” by Nicolai Heidlas.This episode was sponsored by Mountain Rose Herbs. We thank them for their support!Support the show (https://commonwealthherbs.com/supporters/)
TIME has declared Utah The Nerdiest State in America, but what is it about the Beehive State that makes it a fan-friendly home to all the freaks-and-geeks out there? Could it be how the chaotic crash of conservative and liberal culture creates a completely unique creative scene? The hospitality of its residents? Or even the stunning landscapes that offer amazing spaces to play in?! Whatever the reason our panel of local media professionals discusses why we love nerding out in our beautiful state in this live recording of the Fan Effect Podcast. at FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention 2021. Featuring KSL NewsRadio's Andy Farnsworth, KSL Podcasts' KellieAnn Halvorsen, KSL-TV's Dan Spindle, and the Deseret News' Herb Scribner. Beyond Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Gaming and Tech, the brains behind Fan Effect are connoisseurs of categories surpassing the nerdy. Brilliant opinions and commentary on all things geek, but surprising knowledge and witty arguments over pop culture, Star Trek, MARVEL vs DC, and a wide range of movies, TV shows, and more. Formerly known as SLC Fanboys, the show is hosted byAndy Farnsworth andKellieAnn Halvorsen, who are joined by guest-experts. Based in the beautiful beehive state, Fan Effect celebrates Utah's unique fan-culture as it has been declared The Nerdiest State in America by TIME. Listen regularly on your favorite platform, at kslnewsradio.com, or on the KSL App.Join the conversation on Facebook @FanEffectShow, Instagram @FanEffectShow, and Twitter @FanEffectShow. Fan Effect is sponsored byMegaplex Theatres, Utah's premiere movie entertainment company. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode covers:A study related to berries, red wine, and your heartSome (surprising) product recommendations for several cerealsAll about how to eat and enjoy more vegetablesLinks I mentioned during this episode:Join Revitalize: https://www.thelyonsshare.org/revitalizeThis week's blog post: "How to Eat (and enjoy!) More Vegetables": https://www.thelyonsshare.org/?p=22334Flavonoid and heart health study: https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/HYPERTENSIONAHA.121.17441Three Wishes cereal: https://amzn.to/2XhQ8JTMagic Spoon cereal: https://amzn.to/3zaKm9MHigh Key cereal: https://amzn.to/3hy6Lrt Free seasonal produce guide: https://www.thelyonsshare.org/freedownloads/Everything But the Bagel seasoning: https://amzn.to/36VAJyJPaleo Powder AIP All-Purpose seasoning: https://amzn.to/3z8Z6pl Primal Palate Garlic & Herb seasoning: https://amzn.to/3hvUnIqHow to take action after listening to this episode:Follow the first step I mentioned in the veggies of the matter. To get smart, count how many servings of veggies you ARE eating, remind yourself that your taste buds CAN change and your health WILL benefit, and then commit to increasing by 1 serving per day for the next week! Enjoy!
Join Tyson & Herb on Episode 4 of the Goldmembers Podcast as they give their weekly opinions about this weeks verzus battle between Fat Joe & JaRule and who they think came out victorious . They also touches on other various topics such as the possible next verzus battle between Diddy & Jermaine Dupri or Diddy & Dr. Dre, The Met Gala, An depth conversation about the Boston Mayor Race, New Apple Products and more! Subscribe to become a Goldmember !
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Candace and Patrick talk about how they're preparing for cold and flu season, reflect on the herbal home remedies KP Khalsa suggested in last week's show, and talk about how they're building immunity as the cold months draw near. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
WELCOME BACK! If there is one thing Les Nessman has always coveted, it is the ability to soar above the clouds. His greatest wish is the chance to report back to the ground about the wonders he has discovered...especially when it comes to traffic patterns in and around Cincinnati. WPIG has a brand new helicopter...the ONLY "Live Eye in the Sky" in the market!! There's a "copter gap" or somesuch...you'll have to ask Les.Nessman can't stand it!! He does something...brash. Les hires an area crop duster to take him out over Cincinnati's highway system. Les somehow manages to establish a "plane to studio" link up. His first report takes place the day before Veterans Day. Art and Andy are mortified...Herb is amused...Johnny could care Les.This is the first episode of Season 3. It was rushed to air in a week after the end of the Actor's Strike. The rushed production schedule, and a weird remote shooting schedule, give this episode a lurching, off-kilter quality. We've got a couple of Poster Watches...but no "Fashion Alert" or "Vibin' Threads."Join us, Fellow Babies. We'll power through this one together even if our faces look like we just chugged Johnny's health drink!! Put your seats and tray tables in the full upright position, push 'play' and prepare for take-off!WATCH ALONG DETAILS...[Want to watch along with us? It's a blast!! We highly recommend the 'Shout Factory' boxed DVD set of the entire WKRP series. For reasons you'll have to listen to in the "Prolog" episode, all streaming versions of the original "WKRP in Cincinnati" have had the original music cues removed. Generic music beds and stings were used in place of the original music for the syndicated version of the series. 'Shout Factory' has been able to restore an estimated 85% of all WKRP music cues to the original "as-aired" content for their DVD release. They've also restored scenes that had been cut to shorten episodes for syndication. The original eps ran 25 minutes. The syndication eps were shortened to 22 minutes. Over 88 episodes that's more than four hours of lost content, including the performance by "Detective" at the end of "Hoodlum Rock." Get the COMPLETE series...get the Shout Factory DVDs. The Shout Factory complete series box has a release date of 2014. All individual seasons of Shout Factory disks were released starting in 2015.]The WKRP-Cast is a weekly re-watch podcast spending time with the original "WKRP in Cincinnati" which aired from 1978-82. New episodes every Tuesday. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Hey Fellow Babies!!You HAVE to become a WKRP-Cast patron!! It's where all the cool kids are hangin'! Tons of extra content plus FULL interviews, like our interview with Filthy Pictures Photographer George Wyner. He even talks about Mel Brooks and 'Spaceballs'!! You gotta hear this!! Plus, Tom "Steel" Callaway, First Watch Audio and more. It's a TON of fun and only FIVE DOLLARS A MONTH. Become a Patron NOW!! Patreon.com/WKRPCast
In this episode we discuss Herb Baumeister and the strange happenings at Fox Hollow Farm in Westfield, IL. Herb Baumeister was a husband and father of 3 who also dabbled in prowling gay bars in Indianapolis and bringing them to his family home at Fox Hollow Farm to strangle and kill them. 5,000 bone fragments were found scattered on the grounds of Fox Hollow Farm. Herb killed himself before confessing to any of the murders and the farm is said to be haunted by apparitions still to this day. Several years after his death, his kill count grew higher as he was linked to murders that took place along highway I-70. Bodies were dumped along the highway and killed similarly to the victims of Fox Hollow Farm. The killings on I-70 soon stopped after the farm was purchased by Herb and his wife Julie in 1991. Listen now as we unfold the terrible happenings of Herb Baumeister, The I-70 Killer, and Fox Hollow Farm. Sources wiki.com ranker.com youarecurrent.com indystar.com ghostvill.us --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mysteryhistorypodcast/message
In 2012 after the passing of my mom, I interviewed my dad. We talked about his life with my mom and their 55 years of marriage. I wanted to know what the key was if any. How could people stay together for 55 years? What was the secret to success? I thought this interview was appropriate now since, on Thursday, September 9, my dad passed away. Give a listen. It will put a smile on your face as he talks about the way he met my mom, the crazy honeymoon they had, and some of the "nutty" trips we took as a family growing up. This is truly a celebration of his life. Thanks for listening....
Watch and listen as Herb and Moe share their views on traditional gender roles. How it impacts society and should we actively seek to change it? Share you thoughts below and subscribe to our YouTube channel --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ybfpodcast/message
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Host, Ryan Coyle is joined again by Kevin Cannon for season two of their weekly show "NFL Big 5 Games of the Week" and Tanner Herb gives his three "Locks" of the week at the end of the episode. Ryan looks to get off to a hot start in week one as he looks to defend his crown from last year where he went 64-38 and Kevin went 62-40.
Herb Magee, the Hall of Fame coach at Division II Thomas Jefferson University has announced that he will retire at the end of the 2021-2022 season, his 54th as head coach. Magee, inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2011, has 1,123 career wins, second all-time in men's college basketball history behind only Duke's Mike Krzyzewski. Magee has been at the school in one role or another since 1959. First he was a star player for the Rams, scoring 2,235 points, good for third all-time in program history. Then he spent four seasons as an assistant before taking over as the head coach at then Philadelphia Textile in 1967. Magee's longtime assistant Jimmy Reilly will take over the program as head coach after the season. Matt Leon caught up with Herb Magee to talk about his decision, what he expects his last season to be like, and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Primus/Les manager David Lefkowitz will tell us, over the course of multiple talks, his recollections and perspectives on Primus during his tenure as manager from the late 80s to the mid 00s. Get your notebooks ready, because he's about to drop all kinds of names and stories on us.
This is a special Labor Day and Rosh Hashanah gift for our listeners. This is a fictional account, taken from Hamfist Down!, the sequel to Hamfist Over the Trail. Available soon as an audiobook. Strong language! December 21, 1969 I was scheduled for my Champagne Flight – my final mission – in the morning. Things had been uncharacteristically quiet on the trail for several days, and I wanted to get some target photos for Intel to find out what was going on. Also, I wanted some photos of the AO as a memento of my Vietnam tour. The O-2 actually had the provision for a belly-mounted KB-18 aerial camera, but we didn't have any KB-18s at DaNang. So, if we wanted to take photos, we relied on hand-held cameras. There were a bunch of beat up old Nikon Fs at the squadron, but they were really heavy and difficult to use with one hand. It was really tough to fly and take pictures at the same time. Then, about two weeks earlier, we got new cameras, Pentax Spotmatics with motor drives. Each camera had a pistol-grip mount with a trigger to activate the shutter, and the focus was set at “infinity”, so there would be no problem with single-hand operation. I was really looking forward to giving them a try. I signed one out on a hand receipt and carried it to the plane. Task Force Alpha had provided Igloo White information from the seismic sensors that indicated a lot of truck activity along highway 165, near Chavane. I headed directly to the Chavane area to see if I could find anything. Chavane was an old abandoned grass airfield. Reflectors still lined the edges of the runway, and it almost looked like it could support aircraft operations at any moment. I'd heard that it was an old Japanese airfield from World War II. There was a dead truck parked out in the open, off to the south side of the east end of the runway. About a year ago, it had been used as a flak trap for unsuspecting FACs, but the word had been out for a long time and nobody paid any attention to it any more. There were no longer active guns, that we knew of, in the area. I followed highway 165 away from the airfield, and kept my camera on the seat next to me, ready to use if I found anything of interest. I put the highway on the left side of the airplane, and made gentle turns right and left. It was during the left turns that I would be able to see gomer activity, if there was any. The gomers thought we always looked ahead of the airplane, and they would frequently conduct their movements after we passed, thinking we couldn't see them once they were behind the wing. Sure enough, back at my seven o'clock, I saw a truck cross the road, from the cover of the jungle on one side of the road to the cover of the jungle on the other side. I kept my eyes on the exact location and began a steeper turn back toward that area. I picked out a distinctive landmark, a small bend in the road, and then looked further away to see if there were any other landmarks that could point my eyes back to the target. I used the runway at Chavane for a yardstick. The target was exactly one runway length north of the east end of the runway. The bend in the road sort of pointed to the target. Okay, now I could leave the immediate target area and find my way back. I flew off to the east and set up an orbit over an area a few klicks away, to make the gomers think I was interested in something else. I turned on the gyro-stabilized binoculars, locked onto the target area, and zoomed in to the highest setting. Sure enough, I saw some vehicle tracks in the dirt alongside the road that indicated truck activity. I was pretty sure there was a truck park there, I just couldn't determine which side of the road it was on. I flew back to the target area and made a wide sweeping circle, taking pictures from every angle. If I couldn't get any air assets, I would at least have photos to give to Intel. I switched my transmitter over to VHF and called Hillsboro. “Hillsboro, Covey 218, vicinity Delta 33. I have a truck park and need air.” “Roger, Covey 218, we're sending Sharkbait 41 to you, flight of two fox fours, CBU-24s and mark-82s. ETA 10 minutes. Strike frequency Echo.” “Roger, thank you.” I looked forward to working with Sharkbait Flight. Sharkbait was the callsign of the F-4s from Cam Ranh Air Base. When I was at the Cam Ranh hospital, I went by the F-4 squadron a few times, just to visit with the jocks. I got to know a few of them, and they showed me around one of the airplanes in the maintenance hangar. Sitting in the cockpit convinced me that I really ought to request an F-4 for my follow-on assignment. That really worked out well! I switched my UHF to strike frequency Echo and waited. After a few minutes, the F-4s arrived at the rendezvous. “Sharkbait, check.” “Two.” “Hello, Covey 218, Sharkbait 41, flight of two fox fours at the rendezvous point. Mark-82s and CBU-24s. Angels twenty-two. Twenty minutes playtime.” “Roger Sharkbait. Look due south, at angels seven. I'm giving you a wing flash now.” I rocked my wings several times and performed a quick aileron roll. The O-2 wasn't really an acrobatic aircraft, but an aileron roll wasn't all that much different than the maneuver we needed to perform a rocket pass. And I wanted to get my rocks off one last time. “We have you in sight, Covey.” “Roger, the target area is off my left wing. Truck park. Negative reaction so far. I'm in for the mark.” I rolled into a 120-degree bank to the left and pulled the nose of my aircraft through into a 30-degree dive. When the pipper in my gun sight tracked up to the target, I fired off a willie pete. I pulled off hard to the right, then banked left to see where my mark hit. It was a perfect mark, right on the road adjacent to my target. “Sharkbait has your mark in sight.” “Okay, Sharkbait, the target is a truck park on both sides of the road, alongside my mark. I want you to run in with mark-82s from north to south, with a break to the west. Lead, put your bombs in the trees next to my mark. Either side of the road. Two, I want you to take the other side of the road. I'll be holding off to the east.” “Sharkbait lead is in.” Sharkbait lead put his bombs exactly where I wanted, and we immediately got huge secondary explosions. As lead pulled off target, there was heavy fire at his aircraft from a ZSU 23-4, located about a klick to the west of the target. I transmitted, “Number two, hold high and dry. I want to put you in on that gun. Do you have the location, or do you want me to mark?” Before number two could answer, lead came back on the radio. “Sharkbait lead's been hit.” I immediately got on the radio again, “Lead, head south, I repeat, head south. Number two, hold high and dry.” Sharkbait two acknowledged. “Roger.” Sharkbait lead had apparently heard me, he was heading south. I could see flames trailing from lead's aircraft, and they were moving forward, gradually engulfing the entire aircraft. I was fairly sure lead knew he was on fire, but I didn't want to take any chances. “Sharkbait lead, you're on fire!” Now burning pieces were separating from lead's aircraft. Lead came on the radio one last time. “Sharkbait lead bailing out.” Sharkbait lead's aircraft was in a slight bank to the right, at about 5000 feet. The rear canopy separated, followed immediately by the ejection of the rear seat pilot. About a half-second later, the front canopy separated and the front seat pilot ejected. I was able to keep both ejection seats in sight, and watched in horror as the back seat pilot separated from his seat, his parachute automatically deployed, and the parachute didn't open – it was a streamer. He plummeted down into the jungle. There was no beeper. I looked at the front pilot's seat and watched him separate. As his chute opened, I heard his high-to-low-sweep beeper on Guard. The front-seater had a good chute. I set up an orbit to the east and watched him descend, as I selected VHF and called Hillsboro. “Mayday, mayday, mayday. Hillsboro, this is Covey 218, we have Sharkbait lead down in the area of Delta 33. Need immediate SAR.” “Roger, Covey 218, we are notifying King.” I switched back to UHF. “Sharkbait two, say playtime remaining.” “I can give you 30 minutes, then I need to RTB. Listen, Covey, we need to get a SAR for lead.” “I'm working on it.” “I mean,” he responded, “we really need to get lead picked up.” “Roger, hold high and dry off to the east, over me. Climb to your best endurance altitude and let me know your angels when you get there. Left hand orbit. We're going to need to use you to go after that gun when SAR gets here.” “Roger.” I watched the front-seat pilot descend to the ground. He landed in an open meadow. At least he wasn't hung up in the trees. I saw him release from his parachute harness and head south to find cover. Right after he disappeared into the tree line, the beeper went silent and he came up on Guard, using his survival radio. “This is Sharkbait 41 Alpha. I'm on the move heading south. Unhurt.” I saw about twenty gomers entering the meadow from the north. I went to Guard frequency. “Sharkbait 41 Alpha, Covey 218, you need to keep moving. There are gomers north of you heading to where you came down.” “Roger.” Back to strike frequency Echo. “Sharkbait 42, Covey 218. I need to put you in with your CBU on the meadow. I'm in for the mark.” “Roger.” I rolled in and put a willie pete dead center in the meadow. The gomers had flooded in and were now everywhere. “Hit my mark. Cleared in hot with one CBU from any direction. I'll be off to the east.” “Two's in.” I watched Sharkbait 42 release his CBU, saw the spark that indicated the canister opened, then saw the donut-shaped sparkling pattern, right on target. I put the gyro-stabilized binoculars on the target area and saw a bunch of dead bodies. But I saw some gomers still moving through the meadow, headed south. And more were entering the meadow. “Okay two, I need you to keep making passes on that target until you're winchester CBU.” “Two's in.” Sharkbait 42 made three more passes on the meadow, all right on target. There were a bunch of dead gomers. But there were still more coming in from the north. Just then the ZSU 23-4 opened up again, this time targeting me. I jinked out of the way without too much trouble. I was getting good at dodge ball. If I had to, I'd put Sharkbait 42 in on the gun now, but I wanted to reserve his mark-82s for the SAR. I went over to VHF. “Hillsboro, Covey 218, what's the status of the SAR?” “Covey 218, Jolly 22 is departing NKP now with Spad 11 Flight. ETA 30 minutes.” “Roger, I need more air for the cap right now. I don't care what ordnance. I want them ASAP.” “We're scrambling Dingus Flight from Ubon. They should be there in fifteen to twenty minutes.” Shit. It looked like the gomers would be on top of Alpha before my air arrived. Over to Guard. “Four-one Alpha, say your position.” “I'm still moving south. I hear automatic weapons fire coming from where I landed. I'm at the edge of a tree line now, alongside what looks like an old grass strip.” “Okay Alpha, Covey 218. Cross the strip and hide in the tree line on the other side, the south side.” “Roger.” Strike Frequency Echo. “Sharkbait 42, I need to put your mark-82s on the tree line, north side of the midfield of that grass strip. Do you have the strip in sight?” “Affirmative.” “Okay, hold high and dry until I call you in. Be ready to roll in on short notice.” “Roger.” I checked out the tree line on the north side of the runway. No gomers yet. I kept checking, and after a few minutes the gomers appeared. I could see flashes. They were firing at Alpha. “Sharkbait 42 roll in now, parallel to the runway, in the tree line, midfield, north side. North side only.” “Two's in.” His bombs were right on target. He held for a few more minutes, then made another run. And another. “Sharkbait two is winchester.” “Any chance you have twenty mike-mike?” I was hoping he had a cannon, but I already knew what the answer would be. “Negative. Sharkbait 42 is bingo.” “Roger, Sharkbait, cleared RTB. I'll pass BDA over the landline.” Back to VHF. “Hillsboro, I need those fighters and SAR, NOW” There was a short pause. My guess was that Hillsboro was contacting Jolly and Dingus. “Ten more minutes.” Fuck! We didn't have ten minutes. The gomers were everywhere in the north tree line, muzzle flashes everywhere. I still had 12 willie petes left. Time to become an attack aircraft. I rolled in on a rocket pass down the runway, angling in slightly toward the north. I fired off one willie pete at a time, and made 12 passes. I was now a war criminal. The Geneva Convention prohibited the use of white phosphorous weapons. The willie pete rocket explodes with the lethal radius of a hand grenade, and the phosphorous sticks to the skin and burns at a temperature of five thousand degrees. It's terrible. It's illegal. So is skinning a helpless captive. Or shooting at someone descending in a parachute. Or setting up a flak trap. Or shooting rockets at helpless South Vietnamese civilians. And besides, we were fighting a fucking war in Laos, where our government didn't even acknowledge our presence. Every fucking mission got logged as “South Vietnam”. We weren't even there, so the Geneva Convention wouldn't apply. And if it did, I didn't give a fuck. I wasn't going to let those bastards get Alpha. I was out of willie petes, and SAR was still eight or nine minutes away. Over to Guard. “How are you doing, Alpha?” “The gomers have me pinned down on the south side of the runway. They're shooting at me from across the runway and also from somewhere south of me.” I had to do something. I climbed to 5000 feet and feathered my rear prop. Then I released my lap belt and moved to the passenger seat, opened the passenger door, and pulled the red door release handle. With the rear prop feathered, I didn't need to worry about the door hitting the rear prop as I jettisoned it. As soon as the door was gone, I unfeathered the rear prop, and the engine started right up. I opened the karabiner that attached my AR-15 to my survival vest, put the rifle in full auto, and pushed the throttles to the firewall to fly down the runway at max airspeed. I went down to about five feet, screaming down the runway, firing my AR-15 out the open door at the north tree line. I emptied the 20-round clip in about a second. Shit! I should have used short bursts. I pulled up into a chandelle, put another magazine in the AR-15, and made another run,. This time I was shooting out the left window. It was a smaller opening to shoot through, but it would have to do. Ejected shell casings hammered against the instrument panel. The glass on the Vertical Speed Indicator cracked. I didn't care. Over to VHF. “Status on the SAR.” “Five more minutes.” “We don't have five fucking minutes!” If I didn't get Alpha out of there right now, there would be no use having a SAR. Over to Guard. “Alpha, how high is the grass on the runway?” “Not very high. Maybe eight, ten inches.” “Okay, get ready to go for an airplane ride.” I jettisoned my rocket pods and dove for the ground. I needed to get as low as I could as I approached the runway, so they wouldn't see me coming. I unsynchronized my propellers, so that the engines would make a beat frequency sound, making it more difficult to determine my location by ear. I came in from the west. As I crossed over the end of the strip, I put down the landing gear and pulled the throttles to idle. I touched down a third of the way down the runway, and rapidly slowed to a crawl right at midfield. I suppose the gomers were totally surprised, because there was no ground fire. None. Alpha came running from the tree line and leaped through the open door into the passenger seat while the plane was still moving. I firewalled the throttles and hoped I still knew how to perform a soft-field takeoff. I got airborne and stayed in ground effect, trying to accelerate. The gomers quickly caught on to what I was doing, and opened up from the tree lines, both left and right, with massive automatic weapons fire. I could hear our aircraft taking a few hits, but it was still flying. I think the gomers hadn't gotten the hang of leading a moving target. They'd probably never gone quail hunting. I handed the AR-15 to Alpha and tried to tell him to kill those bastards. The sound of the engines, the open door, and the ground fire drowned out what I was saying, but he caught on and started shooting out the door. I could see gomers firing back, and some were falling down as he fired. I climbed up to 5000 feet and tried to figure out which way to head. The front engine was starting to run rough, and my fuel gauges showed a huge discrepancy between the left and right tanks. I must have taken a hit in the right wing. I headed toward Lima 44, about 50 miles due west. I still had work to do. I didn't want the SAR forces coming anywhere near that ZSU 23-4. I got on VHF. “Hillsboro, cancel the SAR. Keep the SAR airplanes away from Delta 33. There's an active 23 mike-mike in the area. I have Sharkbait 41 Alpha in my aircraft. We've taken numerous hits, and we're recovering at Lima 44. Send Jolly 22 to Lima 44 for our pickup.” “Roger. We'll pass the info.” The front engine quit about two miles on final approach to Lima 44. Now I would need to pump the gear down, since the hydraulic pump was on the front engine. I feathered the front prop, put down the gear handle, reached down, extended the manual hydraulic pump handle, and started pumping. Then it occurred to me: I had a helper. I made a pumping motion with my right hand. “Here. Pump this,” I said. He probably didn't hear me, but he figured out what to do. The gear came down about a half-mile on final, and we had an uneventful landing. I followed a beat-up follow-me truck, probably the same one as last time, and shut down the airplane. When we got out, Alpha gave me a big hug. He didn't want to release me, and he was shaking. I knew how he felt. I hugged him back, and then we both started crying. “I, I don't know how to thank you. I'm Herb McCall.” “I'm Hamfist Hancock. No problem, Herb. I've been in your situation, and I understand completely.” Just like last time, Jolly 22 landed in the parking spot next to our airplane. I reached into my plane and grabbed the AR-15 and the Pentax, and then we climbed aboard the chopper. I went up to the cockpit and saw Vince. “Hey, Vince, we've got to stop meeting this way! I'm on my Champagne Flight” “You got that right, Hamfist. So am I.” Alpha took off his survival vest and guzzled down the water the PJ handed to him. When his vest was off, I saw the rank insignia on his shoulders. Alpha was a Brigadier General!
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Sitting in for Laurence Holmes, Mark Grote opened his show by welcoming on The Bigs Media reporter Herb Howard to discuss what he has seen in Bears training camp, which roster cuts surprised him most and whether rookie quarterback Justin Fields should be starting the regular-season opener. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
First, Norman Lear tried bringing a Latino-centric family comedy to network television in 1984 with limited success. Paul Rodriguez would go on to bigger and better things, as well as one of his nephews. Then, the 1980s contained many wars--The Cold War, the war on drugs, The Cola Wars, and The Fast Food Wars. Wendy's struck first with Clara Peller and her catch phrase, "Where's the Beef?" McDonald's had its own game plan with the McDLT. Burger King went with a geeky guy who had never eaten at Burger King before named Herb? Herb had a very short life span, but he did get around in 1985 and 1986. Finally, the 80s show Press Your Luck had an iconic cast of characters as contestants, including a future American Gladiator, a future talk show host, and an ice cream truck driver who broke the bank. One of our favorites is a gentleman named Gene Snyder, the subject of this minisode. Remember to follow us on our socials over @ItWasAThingOnTV and send any show suggestions and feedback to our e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org