One of the Great Lakes of North America
Mike Avery's Outdoor Magazine Radio
First, Captain Jerry Link from Originator Charters in St. Joe talks about the early season coho action on southern Lake Michigan. Then, Sarah Topp from the Michigan Wildlife Council joins me to talk about the Here for Generations campaign.
Greetings one and all. We have returned from a brief hiatus after the passing of Rhonda's Dad to venture out to the Boardman River for a hydrophone recording. Hydrowhat? A hydrophone is a specialized microphone used to capture the hidden sounds of aquatic environment that happen beneath the surface of the water. Unlike traditional microphones that are designed to pick up sound waves traveling through the air, hydrophones are engineered to detect sound waves transmitted through the water. These fascinating devices work by converting changes in underwater pressure caused by sound waves into electrical signals. The Boardman River begins near Kalkaska, Michigan and meanders around 28 miles through Traverse City until it empties into the Grand Traverse Bay on Lake Michigan. This river is a prime example of a blue ribbon river, offering an exceptional fishing experience for anglers and a pristine habitat for its aquatic residents. One of the key factors that contribute to its blue ribbon status is the health population of brook trout. These trout thrive in the crystal clear waters and diverse ecosystem, which provides the perfect conditions for their growth and reproduction. The blue ribbon designation not only reflects the rivers outstanding water quality and well-managed surroundings ut also highlights the importance of preserving and maintaining such habitats for future generations. Recorded just a stone's throw from the Scheck's Place Trail Camp with the Zoom F6 Field Recorder and the Aquarian H2A Hydrophone, this episode is a nice look at what lies beneath the river in late winter/early spring. The Trail Camp is maintained by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and is used by equestrians seeking to traverse the Shore to Shore Riding Trail. The Shore to Shore Trail is over 220 miles long and connects Lake Huron to Lake Michigan. Primarily used by horseback riders, the trail is also open to hikers and cross-country skiers. I was surprised to see two hearty kayakers on the river today. They stopped at the horse watering hole to take a break as I was packing up my gear. We were all surprised to see someone else on the river and had a great conversation. They had been on the river for about 2 hours and had another hour or so before they concluded their journey at the old Brown Bridge Dam. While they were definitely getting a jump on the kayaking season, their presence signals a gentle swing towards spring and is a very welcome sign. Recording Details:Date and Time: 3/15/2023 | 3:30PMLocation: Scheck's Place Trail Camp, Traverse City, MichiganLandscape/Feature: Boardman RiverConditions: 35F (2C), Sunny, Mild, Light WindsRecording Device: Zoom F6 Field RecorderMicrophone(s): Sonorous Objects SO.1Support the showThanks for listening! ❤️ Your support means the world to me. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter for daily updates.
Drink Beer, Think Beer With John Holl
Wisconsin is one of those places that lives in the imaginations of Americans largely in the form of caricature. Full of cheese curd eating, beer loving, Harley riders, the state rarely gets the respect it deserves. In reality, Wisconsin is all of those things and so much more. I grew up 90 minutes south of Milwaukee but it might as well have been a totally different country. Chicago is Midwestern in the way that non-alcoholic beer is beer, in name only. Wisconsin, on the other hand, is pure Midwest. From Friday night fish frys to the homey environs of supper clubs and a relatively laid back sense of community and good spiritedness, Wisconsin is the heart of the Midwest for me.So today I'm excited that in the latest episode of Beer Travelers we're making our way to one of the great overlooked gems in the American craft beer scene: Milwaukee, Wisconsin.To help lead us through this town's glorious and storied beer scene we have two fantastic local guides. Chris Drosner is a long-time beer writer and editor covering Wisconsin and Milwaukee specifically. He's written the Beer Baron column for the Wisconsin State Journal, the daily newspaper in the capital city of Madison. And it's through this column that I first got to know Chris and his take on the Madtown and greater Wisconsin beer scenes. More recently, Chris moved to Milwaukee, where he is now the executive editor of Milwaukee Magazine. Joining Chris to help us on our tour of Brew City this week is Bobby Tanzillo, the senior editor at OnMilwaukee.com, where he writes about beer, whiskey, history, and architecture. He's the author of a half dozen history books, including several about beer and its history in Milwaukee. And he's a great resource for all the beer happenings in the city.While Chris and Bobby compete for scoops on the latest beer news in Milwaukee, it's clear they have a deep respect for one another and they are the perfect pair to help us navigate this jewel on Lake Michigan.For original articles or to read the vast archives or to check out All About Beer. follow us on Twitter @allaboutbeer and Instagram @allaboutbeer. Support Journalism by visiting our Patreon Page. Host: Andy Crouch Guests: Chris Drosner, Bobby Tanzillo Sponsor: All About Beer Tags: Milwaukee, Wisconsin beer
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Milwaukee County; link TBD The Cabin is also presented by WCA's Group Health Trust; serving local governments and school districts, the WCA Group Health Trust partners closely with members to fulfill their employee health benefit obligations in a fiscally responsible manner. Learn more here; https://bit.ly/3JMizCX Campfire Conversation: Eric and Ana enjoy the potato and leek soup brought in by Logan, the audio engineer, as Ana relays stories about luck and lore. Eric shares the bad luck of the Lady Elgin, a tragic event in Lake Michigan that dramatically altered the early Irish community in Milwaukee. Ana recounted some historic facts about Irish immigration to Wisconsin along with lucky & unlucky stories provided by staff from Discover Mediaworks. Communities that highlight Irish heritage and St. Patrick's Day are noted, including Milwaukee and La Crosse – which each host major Irish festivals in the summer – along with the Town of Erin (plus Holy Hill and Erin Hills Golf), New London (which becomes “New Dublin” for St. Patrick's) and even the tiny town of Luck, Wisconsin (home to a very recent lottery winner.) The Cabin also welcomes Blake Johnston from Milwaukee's County Clare, an Irish Pub and Inn that welcomes travelers from all over. With Blake, Eric, Ana, and Logan discuss more Irish lore, Celtic languages, unique elements of Irish history from both Ireland and Wisconsin, the parades to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, and the most authentic Irish food and beverage – including the story behind corned beef. In all, it's a good look at Irish heritage in Wisconsin. Inside SponsorsJolly Good Soda: https://bit.ly/3TSFYY4Marshfield Clinic; All of Us Research Program; https://bit.ly/3Wj6pYj
Professional Christian Coaching Today
Have you ever wished you had a map to guide you through a coaching conversation? A one-sheet snapshot capturing the delicate coaching dance that leads to such powerful results? Now you do! The Professional Christian Coaching Institute has developed a visual schematic of the coaching process, and today we are going to share it with you. Tune in to: Explore the map that helps coaches navigate all of the ICF's 8 Core Competencies. Learn the 3 specific phases that help clients and coaches close the gaps. Understand more about the collaborative process that helps clients get clear, make progress, and commit to effective action. Download and print The Coaching Process at: www.ProfessionalChristianCoaching.com/process About Gary Wood Gary Wood, PCC, CMCC, BCC has decades of experience and expertise in business, non-profit and ministry environments. Over that time he has played a respected role in training, developing and building into the lives of hundreds of leaders who make significant contributions worldwide. Since 1998, through his professional coaching firm, G.E. Wood & Associates, Gary has worked with an international clientele of executives, leaders and professionals across a broad range of personal, professional and organizational concerns. He is frequently retained to help individuals deal with burnout and by corporate, government, small business, nonprofit and ministry leaders to get clarity and find solutions to problems that are impacting progress on causes, projects and programs of importance. Gary was the past President and Director of Christian Coaches Network International, a support and credentialing organization for professional Christian coaches, many of whom were trained at PCCI. Gary is a designated Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation, a Board Certified Coach through the Center for Credentialing and Education, and a Certified Master Christian Coach through Christian Coaches Network. Connect with Gary and get your free copy of Balance Not Burnout at www.gewood.com. About Andrew Gorter Andrew Gorter, D.Min., PCC is the owner of Plus One Coaching, LLC and has more than 25 years experience working with people to help them clarify what's next for themselves and to take action to fulfill their calling and achieve their goals. He is a trained and licensed as a Marriage and Family therapist and has practiced family therapy through a non-profit counseling practice he established in 2002. He is an expert in healthy interpersonal communication, and since establishing Plus One Coaching, LLC he has brought together his passion for coaching and his expertise in family therapy to establish a niche coaching family business leaders. Throughout his career Andrew has endeavored to lead and serve people and organizations as they face necessary challenges to move forward and to do that in healthy creative ways. From his early career in pastoral ministry to his development of a non-profit counseling ministry and, most recently, Plus One Coaching, Andrew has gained a wealth of experience joining with people to solve problems. Andrew and his wife, Karen, live in Holland, MI, near the beaches of Lake Michigan. They have two married daughters and three grandsons. He enjoys hiking, watercolor painting, reading and woodworking. He and Karen love just hanging out, especially in beach chairs with their toes in the sand. Connect with Andrew and pick up your copy of Reflections for Coaches www.plusonecoaching.com.
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S6 E3 | They Saw Something Strange Open Songs: The Hood Internet | Closing song: Climbing by Sylvatic Rant Clips throughout episode: It's [Redacted] | Unsolved Mysteries Ay! Welcome to the third episode of season 6 of the I Want to Believe podcast! On March 8th, 1994, hundreds of people reported eerie lights above Lake Michigan. Calls flooded into local authorities to report these strange sightings along nearly 200 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline. The calls were from folks from all walks of life — police and a meteorologist to residents. Most who saw the lights insisted they were UFOs; nearly 30 years later, their true origin remains a mystery. - All my books and projects are available at SlevikStore.Company.Site. The Green Hand Bookshop in Portland, Maine also has come of my work. Stop in and see everything they have to offer! My documentary, Otherworldly Amor, has a new home. It is streaming exclusively on ParaFlixx Paranormal+ Once subscribed, you have access to not only Otherworldly Amor but hundreds of other paranormal shows, documentaries and even horror movies. By using the code OTHERWORLDLYAMOR10 at checkout, you can get 10% off your first 3 months. Sources: All That's Interesting | Detroit Free Press | How Stuff Works | Unsolved Mysteries Episode Something in the Sky --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/207believe/support
NWCZradio's Down The Rabbit Hole
Nestled out in Lake Michigan between Wisconsin and Michigan is the tiny North Fox Island. Before Epstein and Little St. James this tiny Island was where the rich, powerful and connected gathered to abuse young boys. This is not a comfortable subject but it serves to show that throughout history some of the rich. powerful and elite have always had an appetite for the destruction of kids. The question is why? That is what we look at in today's episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nwczradios-dtrh/message
The Shape of a Circle | Everyday Discipleship
Cammie and Brian give you a practical field guide on where/when/how to prepare for your spiritual retreat. It's more realistic than you think, with a little intentionality.They promised a special list of Milwaukee area places to retreat, so here you go: Retreat Centers, Hotels, Cabins. Brian goes to St. Mary's of the Lake near Gurnee as a retreat center. Cammie loves Fort Wilderness near Rhinelander.Hotels in Lake Geneva & Cedarburg are quaint locations.Find a friend with a lake cabin, or search for a Vrbo. You might be surprised what you can find and fall in love with!Parks & Public PlacesMilwaukee Area classics are Seven Bridges at Grant Park or Whintall Park. Pro Tip: If you walk the space North of Grant Park Beach or South of Seven Bridges, you can pretty much find a spot where you'll have Lake Michigan all to yourself.Lesser known gems for public parks are Minooka (Waukesha), South Shore Park (Bay View).Brian frequents the Milwaukee Public Art Museum, or wanders for a street bench in the Third Ward. Cammie loves Starbucks coffee in Lake Geneva. Brian prefers coffee in Walker Point. Both recommend Collectivo Tosa.
White Lake Michigan Vs. Highland Michigan - White Lake and Highland Michigan are very well known cities off the M59 corridor, but the question about these two areas always comes down to, what's the difference between the two? Which one is better? So in this city fight, I'll be breaking down those questions and many more, stay tuned! These two cities are very familiar to me as White Lake is where I have lived over the past year and Highland is where I've spent my childhood and current weekends out on Duck Lake. The best way to decide the differences between these two cities is by talking about which one is better of course, and the way to do that is by breaking down what makes a city a great place to live from their location, city feel, schools, things to do, restaurants, economy, home cost, and of course the overall desirability. MENTIONED LINKS
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If you've ever seen a photo of a Chicago sunrise, epic skyline, or insane weather shot, you've probably seen the work of Barry Butler. Chicago-based photographer Barry Butler is a self-taught photographer with over 20 years of global experience. With one book selling extremely well and another on the way, Barry's ability to capture everyday moments has touched the hearts and homes of countless Chicago fans. His work has been featured both in local and national media outlets like the Weather Channel, WGN, WBBM Newsradio, CBS-2, Windy City Live, and so many more! He's even named “Chicago's Best Photographer” by the Chicago Reader newspaper reader survey. He told us about his career and how he fell into photography. He also gave us tips on how to take shots like his, and what it's like to live in a city that features some super beautiful elements, like our gorgeous Lake Michigan and world-renowned skyline! Barry also told us about his sidekick pup-tographers (Chopper and Tuskar)! And, hear why Chicago is his favorite place to shoot! We end by playing rapid fire with Barry, learning about his favorite shot ever, tips for novice photographers, and one of his favorite Chicago restaurant! Follow Barry @barrybutler9 and shop his stuff here: https://www.barrybutlerphotography.com/
Curator of the Vintage Tribune Kori Rumore and the Steve Cochran Show travel back in time to discuss how the river dyeing tradition started, why Mayor Richard J. Daley initially suggested dyeing part of Lake Michigan green, and what color is used to dye the Chicago River green. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In March of 1994, hundreds of people across Western Michigan witnessed a brightly lit sky on what was an otherwise clear night. Calls flooded police stations, with reports of citizens asking about these strange lights overhead, that many believed to be unidentified flying objects. Today we're going to discuss one of the most widely witnessed UFO sightings ever: the 1994 Michigan UFO Event. Visit our Twitter page (https://twitter.com/RedWebPod) to see the images we mention. If you'd like to listen to past mysteries we discuss in this episode, they are: Steven Kubacki Disappearance (https://open.spotify.com/episode/5KcGhSyDLuWrrwtmy2H6H3?si=d63e920dde734d2d), Bob Lazar (https://open.spotify.com/episode/0h1zVGvwl9kMBvfcyMgFV2?si=e13add1ad4ea4e35), and JAL Cargo Flight 1628 (https://open.spotify.com/episode/1RZ4TLVav7FvohkjSvUv8m?si=fa4aee754f1547a6). Sponsored by Babbel (go to http://babbel.com/redweb to get up to 55% off your subscription), BetterHelp (go to http://betterhelp.com/redweb to get 10% off your first month), and HelloFresh (go to http://hellofresh.com/redweb60 and use code redweb60 for 60% off plus free shipping). Download the public audio version https://link.chtbl.com/redwebpod. Already a FIRST Member and need your Private RSS feed for this show? Go here: http://bit.ly/FIRSTRSS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ken Keffer was born and raised in Wyoming. As a vagabond naturalist, he has done a little bit of everything, from monitoring small mammal populations in Grand Teton National Park to researching flying squirrels in southeast Alaska, and monitoring Bactrian Camels in Mongolia's Great Gobi Strictly Protected Area. He's also worked as an environmental educator in Wyoming, northern New Mexico, coastal Maryland, along the shores of Lake Erie in Ohio and Lake Michigan in Wisconsin, and in Des Moines, Iowa. He recently put down roots in Bloomington, Indiana, where he and his wife Heather Ray own the Wild Birds Unlimited nature shop. Ken is currently an officer for the Outdoor Writers Association of America. Learn More Here: https://www.kenkeffer.net Buy a Knife from Malone Knives: https://bit.ly/3VmikEh Check Out Badger Claw Outfitters Here: http://bit.ly/3jYeJOA 15% Off Discount Code: podcast1 Get 10% off Absolute Aid Products: https://bit.ly/3px2Jnt Discount Code: APTITUDE10 Buy me a coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/Aptitudeoutdoor More Aptitude Outdoors here: https://bit.ly/2YLp82N
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Wisconsin is one of those places that lives in the imaginations of Americans largely in the form of caricature. Full of cheese curd eating, beer loving, Harley riders, the state rarely gets the respect it deserves. In reality, Wisconsin is all of those things and so much more. I grew up 90 minutes south of Milwaukee but it might as well have been a totally different country. Chicago is Midwestern in the way that non-alcoholic beer is beer, in name only. Wisconsin, on the other hand, is pure Midwest. From Friday night fish frys to the homey environs of supper clubs and a relatively laid back sense of community and good spiritedness, Wisconsin is the heart of the Midwest for me.So today I'm excited that in the latest episode of Beer Travelers we're making our way to one of the great overlooked gems in the American craft beer scene: Milwaukee, Wisconsin.To help lead us through this town's glorious and storied beer scene we have two fantastic local guides. Chris Drosner is a long-time beer writer and editor covering Wisconsin and Milwaukee specifically. He's written the Beer Baron column for the Wisconsin State Journal, the daily newspaper in the capital city of Madison. And it's through this column that I first got to know Chris and his take on the Madtown and greater Wisconsin beer scenes. More recently, Chris moved to Milwaukee, where he is now the executive editor of Milwaukee Magazine. Joining Chris to help us on our tour of Brew City this week is Bobby Tanzillo, the senior editor at OnMilwaukee.com, where he writes about beer, whiskey, history, and architecture. He's the author of a half dozen history books, including several about beer and its history in Milwaukee. And he's a great resource for all the beer happenings in the city.While Chris and Bobby compete for scoops on the latest beer news in Milwaukee, it's clear they have a deep respect for one another and they are the perfect pair to help us navigate this jewel on Lake Michigan.For original articles or to read the vast archives or to check out All About Beer. follow us on Twitter @allaboutbeer and Instagram @allaboutbeer. Support Journalism by visiting our Patreon Page. Host: Andy Crouch Guests: Chris Drosner, Bobby Tanzillo Sponsor: All About Beer Tags: Milwaukee, Wisconsin beer ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Week 4 concludes our journey through Black Conservative History Month. In this edition Chris Kuhlmann closes the month with two more of those who live among us, Black Conservatives we admire. This episode features author, economist, political commentator, frequent TV & radio guest, and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Dr. Thomas Sowell, the author of more than 45 books. We finish strong with US Supreme Court Justice, Clarence Thomas, author of more than 700 Supreme Court Opinions, as well as the book, Created Equal. A documentary has been produced based on the book and comes highly recommended by our host, Chris Kuhlmann. CREDITS Host: Chris Kuhlmann Produced by: Shaun Griffin Sponsored by: America First Insurance Group Music composed by JD Kuhlmann Art: Shaun Griffin Sound: Chris Kuhlmann and Shaun Griffin America First Insurance Group Insuring your life. Protecting your liberty. (833) 594-0004 Main Life Insurance: 855-229-9557 Auto and everything else: 833-777-1231 www.americafirstinsurance.org NEWS IN REVIEW SPONSOR Sand Castle Cottages of Lake Michigan Beach 9 rental cottages located on a one acre property between St. Joseph and South Haven, MI. Just one mile from Lake Michigan beach access! CALL 269-769-8288 BOOK: sandcastlescottages.com Questions? Drop us a line at email@example.com Visit us at www.kingdompatriot.us and check out our Vision Video
The Stack Pack: An Unsolved Mysteries Podcast
This week Road Dan, David and Mando are joined by our friend and frequent collaborator from Staten Island Dan Derwin! We discuss the March 8th 1994 mass U.F.O. sighting over Lake Michigan! Its a hoot! Thanks for listening, show us some love by leaving a review or telling a friend! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thestackpack/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thestackpack/support
Recorded with the Sonorous Objects SO.1 microphones and the Zoom F3 Field Recorder, this episode is all about how I find solace and peace by spending time in, on and around Lake Michigan. What makes this recording special, for me, is the muted tones of the lake when the ice has formed. It sounds completely unique and unlike any other time of the year. It is special, especially with the sporadic ice balls that form along the shore when the conditions are right. These spherical ice formations, ranging from a few inches to over a foot in diameter, are stunning to watch as they roll and bob on the lake's surface. Although they may look like snowballs, they're actually formed by layers of ice accumulating around a small nucleus of ice.February has been a tough month. Despite being the shortest month of the year, it's packed a gut punch. On February 10, my father-in-law Gary Miller passed away after battling various cancers for years. He died one day before his 75th birthday, leaving behind his wife and two daughters. Although his passing has brought an inevitable change for everyone impacted, I'm encouraged by the resilience of my wife, Rhonda, her sister, and her mom.A few days later, a mass shooting occurred on the campus of Michigan State University. A deranged individual felt it was necessary to kill three students and injure another three before taking his own life. Although I have many thoughts about this senseless act, it's difficult for me to move past the anger I feel when I think about it.When I feel trapped or need time for reflection, I head towards water. Oceans, lakes, rivers and streams have drawn me in for as long as I can remember. The sound of waves crashing on the shore, the breeze blowing across my face, and the colors of nature surrounding me always bring me peace and comfort. Today, I found solace at one of my favorite spots along Lake Michigan.When I look out at the vastness of Lake Michigan, I'm reminded of its incredible power. This precious body of water has endured for over a billion years, with an ever-changing landscape and surrounding terrain that serve as a source of healing for me. It reminds me that even when things are tough, we can still find hope and joy in the world.In 2012, I recorded Lake Michigan for the first time, and it seems fitting that I continue to find inspiration, healing, and solace by recording this precious body of water again and again and again.Recording Details:Date and Time: 2/24/2023 | 04:30 PMLocation: Peterson Road Beach, Sleeping Bear Dunes National LakeshoreLandscape/Feature: Lake Michigan, Snow, Ice Balls, WavesConditions: 10-19 degrees F (-12C to -7C), light winds, partly sunnyRecording Device: Zoom F3 Field RecorderMicrophone(s): Sonorous Objects SO.1 MicrophonesSupport the showThanks for listening! ❤️ Your support means the world to me. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter for daily updates.
Word on the street is that triangles are the spookiest shape, so let's talk about some famous ones! Turns out, there are a whopping twelve triangle-shaped, paranormal regions across the globe. In this episode, we'll debunk the most popular of them all, the Bermuda Triangle, as well as triangles in Lake Michigan, off the coast of Japan, and even one on land in Massachusetts! ** Want to listen without the ads? Check out our newly launched Patreon, where you can get ad-free episodes & more! https://www.patreon.com/spookyscipod ** You can find our sources at spookysciencesisters.com. ** Links to social media & more: Linktree: https://linktr.ee/spookyscipod TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@spookyscience YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@spookysciencesisters Discord Server: https://discord.gg/vf7pC7GkbH Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spookyscipod Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/spookyscipod Mastodon: https://mas.to/@spookyscipod Amazon Storefront: https://www.amazon.com/shop/spookysciencesisterspodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tez and Chip learn about Tuckems, Whiskey form the bottom of Lake Michigan, and the Fulton County DA's grand jury. Plus we learn why a national divorce a riduclous term for civil war, and why Virginia is making news! Biden goes to Ukraine, and Ted Cruz didn't.
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The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Racine County; https://bit.ly/3nZOask The Cabin is also presented by WCA's Group Health Trust; serving local governments and school districts, the WCA Group Health Trust partners closely with members to fulfill their employee health benefit obligations in a fiscally responsible manner. Learn more here; https://bit.ly/3JMizCX Campfire Conversation: Cari Greving from Real Racine joins Eric and Ana and discuss the cities, towns, notable landmarks, historic sites, and unique features across the “262” area. The inventions, industrial heritage and redevelopments of Kenosha and Racine began the discussion. Topics ranged from Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural marvels in Racine, including Wingspread, to museums and lighthouses along the Lake Michigan shores. Ana got the update on the Peeps Competition at the Racine Art Museum. We moved inland to discuss unique places to visit including the Mars Cheese Castle and the Bong Recreation Area. The conversation continued to cover Burlington – in part for chocolate and their famous “Liar's Club” - and the nearby towns of Waterford and Rochester. From there, we worked clockwise into Walworth County with the draw of Lake Geneva and the incredible beauty and bevy of things to do and see around Geneva Lake, the ski hills at Alpine Valley and Grand Geneva, Elkhorn and the productive farms, orchards, and breweries nearby. The East Troy Railroad, which runs on the original interurban line that extended into Milwaukee, still runs to Mukwonago in Waukesha County and it's a great experience for kids and grown-ups alike. We then proceeded to cover Waukesha County, which combines dynamic cities and suburbs with the natural appeal of Kettle Moraine and numerous glacial lakes. Waukesha itself is vibrant and is getting increasingly known as “Guitar Town” since Les Paul, inventor of the electric guitar and multi-track recording, hailed from Waukesha. You can enjoy everything from history at Old World Wisconsin in Eagle to professional baseball with the Lake Country Dock Hounds in Oconomowoc. The 262 also covers areas north into Washington County, including Hartford with its automotive history, museums, and architecture; West Bend with its appliance manufacturing history and popular downtown; and Holy Hill, a national shrine that draws people from around the world. Finally, we head east into Ozaukee County, from Mequon up through Port Washington and Cedarburg. The shoreline of Lake Michigan north of Milwaukee's 414 area is quite different from south of Milwaukee, and we discuss how – and why. The accessible parklands along Lake Michigan in Ozaukee County include Lion's Den Gorge County Park and Harrington Beach State Park. Port Washington itself is a charming town with a New England feel, famous for fishing and its marine, lighthouses, and more. All these areas offer great history, museums, breweries, wineries, and unique spots to enjoy. We list and cover many of them by topic towards the end of the conversation, spreading the love all around “the 262.” Inside SponsorsBest Western: https://bit.ly/3zCCK3fMarshfield Clinic; All of Us Research Program; https://bit.ly/3Wj6pYj
This bonus episode is part of the Uniquely Wisconsin series, a broadcast and streaming series that spotlights the untold stories of Wisconsinites and highlights the communities in which they live. From the emotional and heartwarming, to the humorous and the historic, the Uniquely Wisconsin brand captures the essence of the people of America's Dairyland. While still a Discover Wisconsin feel, we're doing a deeper dive into the culture that makes up each county and how it forms Wisconsin's culture. This week, we highlight Sheboygan County.We begin with facts about Sheboygan County and how it serves as a fascinating cross-section of the state. Right by peaceful farms and beautiful forests with lakes and rolling hills you'll find world-class golfing destinations, resorts, impeccable dining, and robust companies with international profiles. While the county seat of Sheboygan is “bratwurst capital of the world” and a coastal city known for its freshwater surfing opportunities that draw people from all over – even in winter – a bevy of smaller towns offer a variety of ways to enjoy living, working, and playing. Plymouth, Sheboygan Falls, Howard's Grove, Greenbush, Elkhart Lake, Oostburg, Cedar Grove and more all offer options with convenient access to anything you need. Kohler, a town built from its namesake company, offers five-star golf, resorts, shopping, and even the Kohler Design Center, which inspires anyone looking to maximize the beauty and functionality of their home. Bold and diverse, yet friendly with great quality of life and opportunity – it's all in Sheboygan County.Stories shared include:The Arts Residency Program at John Michael Kohler Arts Center. The museum, which was opened thanks to the Kohler family in 1957, launched an Arts/Industry Residency Program in 1974. Ruth DeYoung Kohler II and her brother, the late Herb Kohler, were the founders and what they created became internationally recognized. The program invites a select group of artists at three month intervals to spend time in Kohler, creating artwork from materials found within Kohler Company's factory. They design beautiful artwork from enamel, brass, and more. Nearly 500 artists have participated in the program. The 12 artists chosen each year through a very competitive juried application process get the opportunity to work with one of the most unique collaborations between art and industry in the nation.Community Support with Lemons of Love. Lemons of Love is a non-profit that deliver cares packages to those diagnosed or impacted by cancer and cancer treatments. When Jill Swanson was diagnosed with cancer, she received a gift package to help her throughout the treatment process. She discovered these smallest of gifts can sometimes change the world for someone by providing motivation and inspiration.In 2014 Jill created Lemons of Love to pass on that motivation to other individuals impacted by cancer. Lemons of Love is in Plymouth, with another location in Mount Prospect, Illinois. Since starting in 2014, Lemons of Love has worked with over 1,600 volunteers who have created and delivered over 19,000 care packages and who provide one-on-one family support. You can find out more, even volunteer or donate, at LemonsOfLove.org.The Shaw Family Playground. While fully-accessible ADA playgrounds are somewhat limited around Wisconsin, Sheboygan County recent developed its first fully accessible ADA playground in partnership with the Sheboygan Park Project and the Friends of the Sheboygan Jaycees. 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In this explosive episode, we dive deep into the craziest string of events that we have witnessed in our lifetime. From the shocking train derailment in Ohio that caused a radioactive mushroom cloud, to the two other derailments in Texas and North Carolina carrying toxic chemicals that the media is barely covering. But that's not all. We also explore the four unidentified flying objects that have been shot down by the Biden administration, including one that was over Lake Michigan and evaded the first missile strike. Is this the government hiding the truth about extraterrestrial life, or is there something else going on here? We also examine the recent discussions surrounding Epstein's list being released, as well as other topics that have been hidden from the public eye. The coincidence between a movie that was recently released and the Ohio train derailment raises many questions and fuels conspiracy theories. We bring you the facts and let you decide. Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Donate to support the show by going to https://givesendgo.com/redpillrevolution Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/ Podcast Companion: https://redpillrevolution.substack.com ----more---- Full Transcription Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Donate to support the show by going to https://givesendgo.com/redpillrevolution Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/ Podcast Companion: https://redpillrevolution.substack.com ----more---- Full Transcription Welcome to the Revolution. Hello and welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams and thank you so much for listening today. This is a wild time to be alive, and we're gonna find out, uh, just how wild today as we are going over some of the craziest string of events that I've ever been. Witness to in my entire life. And I'm sure at least majority of the people here, unless you were alive, maybe during, I don't know, the forties. Uh, this is so crazy. So we're gonna jump right into it. Today, we are going to be discussing the recent string of events, everything from the train derailment in Ohio, causing almost nuclear type of radioactive waste, a huge mushroom crowd cloud, basically. This city in Ohio due to this train derailment, which has gotten basically no coverage, very little if not any coverage at all from the mainstream media as to actually how bad this truly is. It's, it's, when you see the pictures of this, it's horrifying. On the back of that, today, there was two other trains that were derailed. One in Texas and one in, I believe, North Carolina, one of those also carrying. Toxic chemicals. Hmm. Now we are also going to follow that up with four different unidentified flying objects, which have been shot down in the last week alone by the Biden administration in the United States military, including one of the time over Lake Michigan, in which the very first missile strike actually missed. Which makes things a little bit more interesting because I don't think , I don't think China's balloon had the capabilities to do that, so that makes it that much more interesting. The White House responding specifically to the questions surrounding is this aliens, which we will look at the White House pl uh, press Secretary responding to. Then we are going to touch on the recent. Uh, discussions surrounding Epstein's List being released, as well as a few other things. So make sure you stick around. Today's gonna be a crazy episode. We are also going to look into a pretty unbelievable, well, it would seem unbelievable if you didn't actually listen to it with me, but this coincidence, coincidence between a movie that was released and the recent train derail. Yeah, that's all I'm gonna say for now. But it's a crazy, crazy coincidence, which is fueling many, many conspiracy theories surrounding all of this. So all of that and more. But first, I need you to hit that subscribe button. 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The very first thing we are going to jump into today is the Ohio train derailment, which is resulting in lawsuits, dead animals, like schools of fish being floating down the river dead as a result of all of the toxic chemicals that have been released. From this train derailment, and again, there's very, very little media coverage, if any at all actually happening here. And when you look at these pictures, I cannot fathom living in this town. I, I cannot believe they have not completely told everybody to leave. It's, it's horrific to actually look at it. It looks like a nuclear event when you, the, the whole sky has turned black around this city. There's a huge, like almost mushroom cloud that came up as a result of this. And so let's, let's go ahead and read this article. We'll talk about some of the things that are going on here and see if we can tie some of them together, because it gets quite interesting. All right. Now this article is coming from Yahoo. And it starts by saying that the tr, the Ohio train derailment results in lawsuits, dead animals, and lingering questions about toxic chemicals. And this was written on February 13th. All right. It says, the follow continues from the derailment of a train carrying toxic chemicals near the Ohio Pennsylvania border earlier this month as local residents file lawsuits and some cast out in official assurances about air and water quality. Now, as a side note, this Ohio River that this happened around. Fund, like basically gives 10% of the United States their drinking water. So an obvious concern for many, many people in the Midwest area. This says on February 3rd, 50 train cars operated by Norfolk Southern, uh, southern derailed in the East, pales Palestine, Ohio. A town of about 5,000 people located 50 miles northwest of Pittsburgh. Now, keep that in mind as we go on in this episode, that there's only 5,000 people in this. Only 5,000 people. It's not a very big town. That Derailment. Derailment resulted the name massive fire in government, Mike DeWine ordering an evacuation. So it has been evacuated since February 5th. Within the last two hours, a drastic temperature change has taken place in a rail car, and there is now the potential of a catastrophic tanker failure, which could cause an explosion with a potential of deadly shrapnel traveling up to a. DeWine said in the statement, adding that those with children in their home who choose not to evacuate would be subject to arrest. Whoa. Last month, a Norfolk Southern released toxic chemicals from five of the derailed tanker cars. In an attempt to preempt a larger explosion, one of the chemicals they were most concerned about was vinyl chloride. A colorless gas used to. Plastic products according to the National Cancer Institute, exposure to the gas is associated with an increased risk of rare form of liver cancer, as well as primary liver cancer, brain and lung cancers, lymphoma and leukemia. Wow. And that is what they're making plastic. Products with, Hmm. Maybe not something that we should be ingesting in the first place. Um, but obviously even more concerning if it's just leaking into the air around you. Concurrent with the releasing of the chemicals, DeWine and Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro issued a wider evacuation order for the area around East PA Palestine stating the controlled release process involves the burning of real car chemicals, which will release fumes into the air. That can be deadly if. Based on current weather patterns, the expected flow of the smoke fumes, anyone who remains in the red, effective areas facing grave, danger of death, anyone who remains in the yellow impacted areas at the high risk of severe injury, including skin burns and serious lung cancer or lung damage. Two days later, DeWine issued a statement that it was safe for residents to return home saying, yeah, no thanks. Air quality samples in the area of the wreck and the nearby residential neighborhoods have consistently showed readings at it points below, safety screening levels for contaminants of concern. Based on this information, state and local health officials determined that it is now safe for the community members to return to the residents. Now, this is a decently long article, um, but we get the gist of. Right. That's horrific, right? Horrific. 5,000 people in this town and how many in the surrounding areas that are having to leave because of a controlled release of these chemicals, these toxic, toxic chemicals, which according to them, if you're even around that area, will kill you. And if you're close to the area around that area, you might just die slowly. and very, very little news coverage. And again, if you look at the pictures of what is out there and what this looks. I, I would never want to go back to that home of mine again. I can't imagine bringing my children into that house after all of those toxic chemicals in the air. You think they're just gone. You think they didn't just settle like people are relating this to trenoble levels of nuclear waste is what they're relating this amount of chemicals to in this town of Palestine. So what makes this even more interest? Is that today, February 13th, there was two more trained derailments, two more trained derailments, one in Texas and one in South Carolina, one of those trained derailments carrying hazardous materials. So this as a train has derailed in the Houston area. This comes from citizen free press official reports. The train was carrying hazardous materials, prompting union specific to monitor air quality in the site crash according to Splendora Police Department. What are the odds? Now? It says hours later, a train derailed and then enroll. In or in Orrie, in Orrie, South Carolina on Monday with no reported fatalities. And CSX Transportation, which owns derailment is a site along the emergency cruise. Now, one thing I'd like to go back on in the original thing, um, the original derailment was that it was the result, if I'm not mistaken here, maybe it was one of these other ones, but one of them was the result of a semi. Okay. A semi-truck ran into one of them. Let me double check on that. But let me see here if semi-truck, and let's go get Palestine, because I believe, and this this comes into play in just a moment when we took, get into the actual specifics of why there's so many, uh, conspiracy theories surrounding this in some weird, like, not even weird, but unbelievably crazy, crazy. Coincidences, if you would like to call them that, which is sparking a lot of people to question whether this is, you know, intentional or not. When we have multiple things like this happening all at once. All right? Now I'm not seeing specific. Okay, so here this is, this is it. It was from a different one. So one of the Houston and uh, or South Carolina one. So it says the crash by the 18 wheeler and union specific train occurred shortly before 7:30 AM Monday along Interstate 69, US 59 nearest intersection with poria and midline roads. So that was from a 18 wheeler semi-truck. All right. The one that was in. Now again, keep that in mind when we continue this conversation in just a minute. But before we do that, let's go ahead and read here. Um, it says, meanwhile, transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg talked about equity in the construction industry on Monday and didn't offer any remarks at all about the recent train derailment in the Eastern Pale Palestine. I don't know if it's Palestine or Palestine, I'm pretty sure it's Palestine. Uh, so the very, very silent on this from the White House, very, very silent on this from our news media, mainstream media, corporations. The only people that are really reporting on this are people who are on the ground right now. Some reporters who reported on this, and this is where it gets a little bit weird. A reporter was arrested during a news event about the Ohio trained derailment arrested. And this says, A reporter was pushed to the ground, handcuffed and arrested for trespassing while covering a news conference about the derailment of a train carrying toxic chemicals in Ohio. News Nation posted a video of correspondent Evan Lambert being arrested Wednesday in the gymnasium of an elementary school in East Palestine, where Governor Mike DeWine was giving an update about the incident. Lamber Lambert was held for about five hours before being released from jail. I'm doing fine right now. He said it's been an extremely long. No journalist expects to be arrested when you're just doing your job, and I think that's really important that it does not happen in our country. Yeah, well, it shouldn't unless he was doing something that we haven't read yet. But there is something called the freedom of press at the end of his news conference. DeWine said he didn't authorize the arrest, and reporters have every right to report during briefings. Yes, they do. If someone was, excuse me. My goodness. Might, might have been some of those trained chemical. All right. If someone was stopped from doing that or told they could not do that, that was wrong. A following statement from the governor's office said DeWine didn't see the incident because of a bank of cameras blocked his view, but he did hear a disagreement towards the back of the gymnasium. DeWine has always restricted the media's right. Who? Yeah. Screw off. Um, Mike Aria, news Nation's, Washington, and post bureau chief called the Arrest and Infuriating violation of the First Amendment. The Washington DC based Lambert could still face charges of disorderly conduct and criminal trespass. News Nation said the Columbiana County Sheriff's Office Administration said the arrest was made by officers. Uh, a message seeking comment from the department was not immediately returned. Now this goes on to explain what happened, um, with the actual train derailment, which we've already read. It says The news conference started more than two hours late into wine. Started speaking at the same time, same instant. Lambert had to do a live broadcast from the back of the gym. Ger said police officers approached Lambert and asked him to stop talking. Lambert finished the live report, but was then asked to leave by authorities who tried to forcibly remove him from the event. From their standpoint, uh, he did not obey orders. Gymnasiums are echoy and loud, and so sound kind of carries, so I'm guessing that they just didn't like the fact that there was sound competing with the governor speaking, even though it was all the way at the other end of the. The anchor handling the report said he, she heard the reporter saying, the governor has just started speaking. I'm being told that I have to quit my report. Before it was cut short, he was then taken outside and placed in the back of a Sheriff's patrol car. Weird. So one of the only news networks from W K B N tv, uh, which is who captured the video of him being put on his face, on the ground and being handcuffed. Had the, one of the reporters while the news, uh, news Nation Reporter, which is who he was associated with, arrested for even trying to talk about this, even trying to be there and have a discussion around this. He was arrested by sheriffs. Now let's look at one more coincidence when it comes to the trains, which is. There is a movie with Adam Driver as the lead, which was shot in Palestine, Ohio, about a train that derailed releasing toxic chemicals in causing a max exodus of the public to get away from the Deadly Fumes. A Hollywood movie on Netflix right now called White. What can, can you look at me in the eye? Look me in the eye right now and tell me that's a coincidence, cuz I don't think you can do it. , this says that social media users are pointing out the Netflix movie, white Noise Starting Actor Adam Driver has eerie similarities to a catastrophic train derailment that took place earlier this month in. The movie based in Ohio in the 1980s depicts a college professor in his family, forced to evacuate their homes after a nearby train. Derailment prompts an airborne radiological event. Parts of the movie, which D debuted last August were filmed near East Palestine. The sites were 50 train cars derailed 10 days ago. Spewing toxic chemicals with citizens of the town, incredibly appearing in the movie as extras. What, what , so here's a quote. It says, here's a movie they just made about, just made about a train derailing with toxins in Ohio, filmed in Ohio, where this just happened. And many of the extras were locals from East Palestine, Ohio, who in the film evacuated. Then months later, just months later, they had to do so in real life. Now, if that is not a part of this simulations programming or a little glitch in the matrix, I don't know what is. And if it's not, it's all intentional and there's much more sinister things going on. But, uh, I think the easier path of least resistance here is just assuming we're in the matrix. Says the similarities between the movie and the actual event were so bizarre. Even CNN published an article on the coincidence interviewing a East Palestine resident who played a background actor. When Ben Ratner's family signed up in 2021, as said to be extras in the movie White Noise, they thought it would be a fun distraction from their day-to-day life in the blue collar East Palestine, Ohio. Ratner 37 is in an intense traffic jam scene sitting in the line of cars trying to evacuate after a freight train collided with a tanker truck triggering an explosion that fills the air with dangerous toxins. Now that's what I'm talking about, where one of these train derailments actually happened because there was a semi-truck that ran into it, and in this very movie, which was based in Ohio using Palestine reside. The train was derailed by a semi-truck. Can you look me in the eye and tell me that that's a coincidence? I don't think you can. The 20 20 20 22 movie was shot around Ohio and is based on a novel by Don DeLillo. The book was published in 1985, short teen, or shortly after, a chemical disaster in India that nearly killed 4,000 people. The book and film followed the fictional Gladney family, a couple and their four kids, as they flee an airborne toxic event and then return home and try to resume their normal lives. All of a sudden, they hit too close to home. The father said. The mysterious parallels between the movie in real life come as a Norfolk Southern Railroad train. Traveling from Illinois to Pennsylvania derailed in the massive fiery disaster on February 3rd with five train cars carrying noxious commercial compounds like vinyl chloride, which is known to cause cancer officials ordered mandatory evacuations of nearby areas and controlled releases of some of the toxic. Compounds since then, animals nearby as far as 10 miles away have been D developing illnesses and dying from the toxic chemicals that contaminated the area. Despite health issues, animals are exhibiting, officials gave the all clear for residents just five days later. Whoa. Let's go ahead and watch this trailer with Adam Driver. If he gets to be louder annoying, we'll, we'll stop it, but I don't think it will be. Um, but let's go ahead and listen to this. And you can hear this trailer from this movie about what just exactly happened, uh, in the programming of the matrix. Here we go. You like that protein? That stuff causes cancer in laboratory animals. In case you didn't know either a chew gum or a smoke. All these children, yours, that's mine from wives one and three. There's fe bets from Husband two. Wilder is ours. We're each other's force. I hope it lasts forever now as a semi truck is running into a train and then it exploding. Let's watch a sitcom or something. No, they're calling it the Airborne Toxic Event. We. Will we have to leave our home? Of course not. How do you know? I just know. Okay, what if it's dangerous? We have a situation, miles. All we have to do is stay out of the way. They're passing this tab. Technically, that's illegal. Do she have lashes on script? Now, this was up for an Academy Award, by the way, father, we're going sideways. Dad, do sheep have lashes? Doesn't anyone wanna pay attention to what's actually happening? What's a bunch of people in hazmat suits walking around? There are two kinds of people in the world. Most of us are dire right now. We're safe as long as the children are here. Us for some persistent sense of large scale ruin. We keep inventing. Looks a little murdery towards the end. So yeah, that's one of the craziest, if not the craziest coincidence to happen that I've seen almost ever. There's no way. No. How many, how many cities are there in the United States of America? Let's just cut it off there. There's a 2% likelihood that it happened in Ohio. 2% now in Ohio. How many cities are there, let's say, A thousand cities in Ohio. There's probably more, maybe I'm wrong, and there's less. Let's say there's 500, there's a thousand cities in Ohio. Let's say a thousand. That means there's a point, am my mask gonna be wrong here? Zero, zero 2% likelihood that it happened in this city, in this state. Then let's get into the likelihood of the timeframe within a year of this movie being put out. Then we talk about 0.0002 going to point, I don't know, call it 150, 300 years that you wanna play that timeline where trains could get ran into maybe by semi trucks, maybe the last 50. So even call it the last 50 , whatever this math is doing, it's a wildly unbelievable statistic. Or that this happened in this way. There's no statistical probability that this actually occurred in this manner. in the same place as this movie where it occurred in this manner. No way at all. Okay, number one weird thing going on at this very moment. Okay? There's the first thing. All right? Now the next thing that we're gonna get into is the military in the Biden administration. The United States of America has shot down four unidentified flying objects in just the last. Now one of those happens to be a silly looking white balloon that was floating over, and we'll talk about why I think that's interesting in just a moment. But three of those other ones, including one that was shot down today in over Lake Michigan, were not, they were cynical. iCal . So our White House actually spoke out about this and said, and was asked the question, are these aliens? So we'll watch that in just a moment, but let's go ahead and read this article first. But the White House actually spent the afternoon telling reporters. That they shouldn't be worrying about an alien invasion that just happened. Okay, so in a truly bizarre turn of events, press Secretary Korean Jean Pierre, addressed the downing of three unidentified objects in the past 48 hours by US Jets. Using the phrase, there is no indication of aliens or extra trio activity with these recent takedowns. There's no indication. , which means not yet. Anyways, Jean Pierre added that. She wanted to make sure the American people knew that. All of you knew that. And it is important to say that from here because we've been hearing a lot about it. Oh, have you? Of course you have. And, and, and that's where we're talking about these little sprinkles, right? Sprinkles. All of a sudden UFOs are gonna be something the government's been talking about. And we did a whole episode, I don't know, 20, 30 episodes ago, about Project Blue. If you don't know what Project Bluebeam is, we'll talk about that in just a minute. So let's address this first, but that is what a lot of people seem to be thinking is that between, there's a lot of things that have been released lately in the last week and a half, two weeks. There's a lot of really big news that is going to be breaking upcoming from the Epstein documents to a self-admitted black or black flag. Event, which happened, well, maybe not black flag, but, um, a false flag and not a false flag either. a, a event Biden administration admitted to basically blowing up the Nor Stream pipeline. So we'll see how that ties into it in just a minute. But let's go ahead and listen here to what the press Secretary has to say about u. Make sure we address this from the White House. I know there have been questions and and concerns about this, but there is no, again, no indication of aliens or extraterrestrial activity with these recent takedowns. Again, there is no indication of aliens or terrestrial activity with these recent takedowns. Wanted to make sure that the American people knew that all of you knew that. Uh, and it was important for us to say that from here because we've been hearing a lot about. because you guys have been telling us the stories about them. why would you not be hearing about it? Um, and also how would you be able to tell us if it was aliens or not, right? Um, she also said, uh, would you tell us if it was aliens? And she responded, I'm not. I love et the movie, but I'm just going to leave it there. With all seriousness, I know there are a lot of questions about the flying. So she didn't answer that question. The press secretary then handed over the National Security Council spokesman, John Kirby, who did say, I don't think the American people need to worry about aliens with respect to these crafts, period. I don't think anything else needs to be said there. My understanding is that, uh, the top officials in the Pentagon when asked explicitly if, uh, they were ruling out any kind of extraterrestrial presence, that they weren't ruling anything out. And yet at the beginning of today's, Albeit with her usual winning smile, uh, Ms. Jean Pierre seemed to rule out any extra terrestrial activity. I don't think the American people need to worry about aliens with respect to these craft period. I don't think there's any more that needs to be said there on the, what's important about the way that he phrased that is I don't think the American people need to worry about aliens. Not that these aren't aliens, not that these are not extraterrestrials, not that we know 100%, that this is not the. What he said was, I don't think the American people need to worry about aliens with respect to these crafts. So two parts of that linguistic programming for you there I don't think is a passive statement. Not, I know. I don't think the American people need to worry. About aliens with respect to these crafts. It's all in how you say it, right? He says, I don't think the American people need to worry about aliens with respect to these crafts. But he could have said in the same words, I don't think the American people need to worry about aliens with respect to these crafts, period. The same statement can be said with different tonality, with the words that he said. It doesn't matter when you look at the words. He's not ruling it out. He's not saying, no, absolutely not. These are not aliens. Absolutely not. These are not extraterrestrials and some people are believing. Again, getting back to the, the. Overarching, ID like conspiracies surrounding this right now. Some people think that they're actually programming the, the general public to believe that that's what is going on here, because that's how it would appear, right? There's not too many press secretary meetings with the White House, where you have not only the Press Secretary, but also the, you know, str, white House National Security Council, strategic Communications coordinator, John Kirby, also coming out and talking about aliens because they shot down ufo. That is what's happening right now in the United States of America and in the world in 2023. In three years, five years, 10 years ago, uh, you were called crazy for talking about the aliens. , like it was actually a possibility, right? It says, speculation over the objects was running rampant over when they were described by military officials as metallic and balloon like with some reports indicating that they have no identifiable propulsion systems and have even interfered with equipment and military jets that got close to them. Glenn Van Herrick and Air Force General who commands NORAD and US Northern Commands was asked whether the Pentagon was ruling out aliens regarding the objects and replied, I haven't ruled out anything at this point. We will continue to. Every threat questions are being asked about the complete lack of details on the objects, um, on what they are, and the fact that Joe Biden hasn't even commented on the takedowns, and here he is completely ignoring the questions. Mr. President, do you object? Were you to, was it a balloon, Mr. President? Okay. I mean, that's useless. She's literally 70 yards away screaming, so I can't imagine he could hear somebody five fr from him with his hearing aids. Probably as low as they are, let alone as far as this reporter was. So I, I would take that with a grain of salt. Um, now, Rand Paul tweeted, uh, as ranking member of the House Homeland Security Committee, I demand the president of the United States and Department of Defense tell us what they know and what they don't immediately. And that was today, this morning. Kirby claims, the Biden administration has been transparent as we can be, and that's where he stands in this statement here, because it's so unprecedented. Um, should the public be hearing from the president directly on this? I have. We, we have been, uh, uh, I think as transparent as we can be. I, I won't speak for the president's, uh, uh, personal, uh, speaking schedule, but I mean, he has been deeply engaged. Uh, every one of these decisions, he's been kept informed, including as of this morning on uh, what's going on with recovery efforts. Um, and, uh, and, uh, he's very much staying on top of the issue and, uh, and directing his team to make sure we are properly consulting and briefing, not just members of Congress, but state leaders as well. And of course, you know, we're also doing what we can in the, in the public sphere. All right. Again, not saying anything about what's actually going on there. Okay. Um, so time will tell and maybe it won't. Right. A lot of people are alluding, so let, let's, let's look at both sides of this. Okay. Let's take the train derailment out of it. Let's take everything else around it. What I have an issue with here is that initially we were dealing with a Chinese spy. A week ago, this whole huge media presence around the spy balloon, this white blip getting a missile thrown at it and falling down to the sea for days. We tracked this. It was this whole huge ordeal where it was all immediate. People were questioning why it came out about it being Chinese spy balloon. How did we know it's a Chinese spy balloon? How do we. Okay. So that's something to me that you have to take into consideration with these other three objects that have now been shot down, which they said were not the same thing as we shot down before. This was not a Chinese spy balloon. The other three objects, they were the, the spy balloon was not metallic, it was not cynical. Right. So what I think is weird is that. Putting out there, the, the idea initially before these types of weird shot down UFOs happened, the idea they were putting the idea out there to program the general public into thinking that it was also going to be Chinese technology. Right? They were, they were putting the idea out there heavily for days, preempting us moving into this event where we had three UFOs get shot down that were metallic, evading. Missiles and causing disruptions in radio frequencies from our fighter jets that were scrambled toward. Like F 20 twos, like that's not low technology for what we have. So that's one thing that I find to be weird about the whole thing. Just, just looking at it as a whole, I find it weird that we were being programmed to believe that there was a Chinese spy balloon, Chinese spy balloon, Chinese spy balloon, Chinese spy balloon. Now, there's three other objects that have been shot down since, and nobody's talking about them in the same way that they were the Chinese. Why are we not as interested in U F O potential extraterrestrial aircraft, which were shot down by F 20 twos as we were about a floating balloon from the big bad China man, right? Why? Why are we not as up in arms? Why is there not as much footage? Why is there not as many tweets going out there? Why? Why is this being suppressed in the way that's different? Why is the president not speaking out about it because he was speaking out about the Chinese balloon within a day or. I find that to be weird, right? Let's, let's keep Epstein out of this. Let's keep the train derailments. Let's keep the fact that the Nord Stream pipeline was blown up by the United States against Russia and admitted to it. Let's keep out the idea of, you know, everything else. I find that to be weird. Now. Everything that I just mentioned also happened in the last week, right? So there's that. Um, there was a pretty good tweet that was sent out by DC Drano, as always. Um, which said something along the lines of this, he said In the past week we've had three major train derailments, including one with a chemical spill. Four flying objects shot down by our military. Every major social media platform went down at the exact same time in, went out in two congressional buildings. I have to ask, are we. Attack. He said, what are the likelihoods that all of those things are happening simultaneously along the same timeframe that we're finding out that the Biden administration blew up the Nord Stream pipeline, you know? Basically starting at the very beginning of this war and putting us in a position to where the United States may have to defend itself against a world superpower because Biden, the big man hisself, was trying to protect the investment assets of his son at Barisma. So let's see what else they have to say about it. , but actually, let's go back because what, what if, what if we are under attack? What, what, who, who, who at this point would, would that be from, right. If we're finding out that the North Stream pipeline was blown up by the United States, which we kind of all knew already, right? We all kind of knew that. But it being finally put out there that that was actually what happened. Now we have a huge chemical spill leaking into the water systems of the everyday Americans. Now we have four incidents. Where we have to scramble fighter jets over us airspace to shoot down UFOs. All social media companies went down simultaneously at the same exact time, and two congressional buildings lost power at the same time as well. What are the odds of all of that? And, and, and, and here's the other thing that I'm seeing. I'm seeing prominent special forces guys like Mike Glover, like Tim Kennedy sounding the alarm on all of these things that are happening, telling you to get ready. Okay, I'll, I'll read you what Mike Glover said here. Um, and if you don't know about Mike Glover, let me pull up his account and see what his credentials are. Um, or if it'll even say, uh, but as far as I know, he was some type of, you know, tip of the spear Special forces. Uh, American War Hero and, uh, what he said was this, if I was the enemy, I'd create distrust in people and institutions through social media sabotage and burn supply chains, spy on key infrastructure and defense, and distract everyone away from the real intent Before I struck. Thank God none of that would ever happen here. Now, he had some people commenting on his post as. Um, saying, man, this feels a lot like it's very easy to conclude what that means, right? Shaping the general public's opinion. A slight of hand position between one to the other. I'm trying to show you what's going on, like kind of the old, look at this, look at this. I got this left hand here, and then poof. Hit you with the right is what I assume they're talking about, right? Shaping the general public's opinion, um, and getting you to to look one way while something else is going on in the other. And, and if this was going to happen and we were preempting, you know, the same way that we took some type of action on the Nord Stream pipeline, what if Russia was taking these actions? These types of things, like the UFOs situation, maybe they have drones up there. Um, maybe they were the ones that are carrying out these hazardous material train attacks. Um, maybe, maybe, maybe. I'm not saying that's the case, but it just seems like an awfully weird coincidence, especially when you have all of these ex-military guys seeming to pick up on the idea that this is some type of military operation. Right. Lots and lots of them are talking about this. Okay. Um, so let's move. All right. There's another article here that talks about it, which says The US military's first shot at unknown OC Octa octagonal object over like Huron Mist official said, which is pretty bizarre. Here's the clip. Uh, let me get a couple other folks here, Mike, and then. That, uh, the only reason the American people know about the first balloon is cuz a couple of guys in Montana spotted it and, and, and it leaked out. My, my question is, if it had remained secret and had not become a spectacle and be, and arguably an embarrassment to the White House, would you have shot it down or allowed it to continue on its way? So you're asking me to speculate? Sure. you like, so, so Mike, I, I'll kind of just push back a little bit at, at the assertion there. Uh, so first of all, again, what made this balloon different was the length and duration, uh, that it was over the United, the continental United States. Look, we track activities all over the globe on a daily basis. Um, Some of which will remain classified because again, we don't wanna reveal sources and methods in this particular case. Um, I can tell you, uh, that there were efforts underway to, uh, to make that public. Um, I, you know, Montana journalists reporting notwithstanding, um, all that to say, look, there are gonna be times when there's activities happening that we're monitoring that we're, we're not gonna go public, especially if it. Present a particular or pose a significant threat to the American public. Um, but again, uh, as, as we monitored that balloon, uh, there was an effort underway to ensure that that folks understood what this was, especially given how visible it was. Um, and I'll just stop there. Thank you. All right, so this article goes in to say that the US military jet that downed an unknown object in the Michigan sky on Sunday, missed on its first attempt over Lake Huron officials told Fox News the Air Force Ethics F 16 jet used using a Sidewinder missile to attack the target. The first side winder heat seeking missile missed the target. Uh, it goes honestly, it wasn't clear whether the missile that missed ultimately, , where are the missile that miss ultimately landed? The second missile took down the target. Each missile costs more than $400,000. . Imagine being that, but like, first of all, imagine being the a kicker that misses a kick during a football game. Now, imagine being a fighter pilot that misses. You're marked with a $400,000 rocket missile. Uh, none of the debris from the objects has been found in the Lake Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, said Monday The Defense Department or d od said President Biden just before 2:42 PM directed the F 16 to fire the missile to shoot down an airborne object flying at nearly 20,000 feet over Lake Huron. The downing over the fourth object was to be destroyed since February 4th when a Chinese spycraft was shot down over south. Now this is an octagonal object, which is different from the iCal object, which is different than the Chinese spy balloon. Okay, so how would one miss a static balloon object? We are not talking about the same thing that we. on Monday and maybe just maybe they had intel that showed that these things were gonna show up. Now it also noted at the bottom of that news hearing that this was an unmanned aircraft according to what they saw. Um, but I'm sure they wouldn't tell us if it was manned. Um, now the one that was shot down over Alaska was cnr. And Silverish Gray. And now we have the article on that says, the US government has announced that it's successfully shot down in an unidentified object over the Alaskan coast. Still a day later officials have yet to identify its owner or purpose. The FBI and Coast Guard and Navy have efforts to recover. The object are currently underway. Um, don't think there's anything a part of this art article that's gonna blow us. All right, now this is coming up where the lawmakers are demanding. Biden. Address the nation on these U F O incurs. . So let's see what he has to say about that Frustration on Capitol Hill is mounting after a string of aerial objects were shot down over the US and Canadian airspace in the last few days, raising a long list of questions that lawmakers say President Biden should publicly address. The President owes the American people an explanation direct and on camera of what we know about these objects and what steps he's taking to protect American Sovereign Aerospace. Marco Rubio, the Vice Chairman of the Intelligence Committee, also joined the calls from President Biden to address the nation. Nor Ed's been around for almost 65 years, he said, and the command in charge of patrolling us and Canadian airspace, we've never shot anything down, and in eight days we've shot down four things. That's a pretty big deal. It doesn't happen every day. Rubio in the tweet. Americans need to hear directly from this about their president today. We have been, and I think it's as transparent as we can be, said John. So basically they're just calling him out to talk about this. Okay? Now, if this is something that is a national security threat, which he said they would have notified us about, which they didn't only until people called them out on it, um, we, we have a right to know that, right? We have a right to know if this is something that we should be concerned about, if we should be seeking shelter, if we should be. Concerned about what's happening over the United States at this very moment and why we're having three separate aerial incidences going on. Because if this is not extraterrestrials, then what is it? Who's doing this? Is it Russia? Is it China? And if so, what are their intentions? Because we know the original balloon was Chinese. Well, maybe, right? We know that, right? But why are they doing this now? What is this escalation of tension? Right? And more recently, The United States called on all citizens to leave Russia recently. Let's see if I can get a date on that. But to me that's the most alarming thing here is this is if nothing crazy is going on here, this is an escalation of military tension between one world superpower and another superpower In the best case scenario. . I mean, obviously not the best case scenario. The best case scenarios is some 16 year old playing with drones that made them look like something nobody's ever seen before. And they're really mad now because they lost all their toys, uh, but . But besides that, what seems to be the best case scenario here is that this is some type of escalation of tensions between military world superpowers during one of the very first hot wars of nations that we are now a part. , especially during the timing of the Nord Stream pipeline coming out as being, you know, our responsibility. So what was I looking up? I don't know. Um, but yeah, so that to me, if it, if nothing else. Oh yeah. Russia. Russia Fleeing. Okay. United States, Russia. Evacuate order. All right, let's see what we have to say here. US orders, family members of the embassy staff to leave Ukraine. Okay. Um, Americans ordered to evacuate Russia, and this was 11 hours ago. Let's see if I can get a better source than this. Uh, Let's see news and let's go past day. All right, here's Reuters. United States tells citizens to leave Russia immediately. Now this is during all of this escalation of tension. This is during the time where we're shooting down multiple UFOs. This is during the time where President Biden has been caught blowing up the North Stream pipeline, which caused a big portion of this upfront part of this war to escalate to where it did. And here's what the article says. United States tells citizens to leave Russia immediately. This is on the 13th. Today, the United States has told its citizens to leave Russia immediately due to the war in Ukraine. In the risk of arbitrary arrest or harassment by Russian law enforcement agencies, um, US citizens residing or traveling in Russia should depart immediately. The US Embassy in Moscow said. Do not travel to Russia. It said in Russia. Security services have arrested US citizens on spurious charges. Singled out US citizens in Russia for detention and harassment. Denied them fair and transparent treatment and convicted them in secret trials or without presenting credible evidence. Russian authorities arbitrarily enforced local laws against US citizens, religious workers, and have opened questionable criminal investigations against US citizens engaged in religious activity, uh, interest. So amidst all of this, we're recalling all US citizens from Russia. So that should is another piece of the puzzle here, right? If, if we're shooting down multiple military aircraft over our airspace, if one of them was China and now we're calling for all US citizens to come back from, from Russia, the likelihood that this is not an escalation of military tensions and this is not some sort of. You know, internal human type of technology that we just don't have access to yet seems to be a higher probability at this point, unless Russia's working with the aliens, in which case, that's an interesting plot twist. . Uh, now, um, one of the last things that we're gonna touch on here is going to be the Jeffrey Epstein document. So here's, here's my deal. Let's close out the U F O thing. I don't know guys, it's going, those are my separate but conjoined theories. If it's a, if it's a, a military escalation of tension, that's highly concerning, right? That means there's a high probability that we may be going to war very shortly if, if, if these types of things have any correlation with each other between the attacks, you know, um, on the North Stream pipeline being released as, as the fault of the United States, of these military aircraft, um, or UFOs that have been shot down three times in US airspace over the last week. All of these things coming together at one time, the train's being derailed and causing massive explosions and releases of, of toxic chemicals. Uh, all of it, all of it seems pretty weird. Now, in the midst of all of this, in the midst of all of this, you have several other things going on, which I will pull up here as well. Uh, I posted this the other day and again, coming. DC Draino. It says, these balloons sure have been a good distraction from Pfizer. Admitting gain of function for covid strains to boost profits in vaccine affecting menstrual cycles. Infertility, hunter Biden's, partial ownership of a Ukrainian biolab and Biden caught blowing up the Nord Stream pipeline. Right? Three huge news stories which have flown under the radar during this time as a result of balloon of a balloon. All right. Now another big one that everybody's alluding to is the fact that Jeffrey Epstein's documents with the names of associates to be made. . All right. Now, if you've been following me for a while, you know that I made my channel building off of, um, all of the stuff that happened at the very beginning following all of the Epstein situations while it was unfolding over a year ago Now. and the Ghislaine Maxwell trial. All right. Um, now this goes on to say that the last batch of documents with the names of those associated with deceased financier, uh, Jeffrey Epstein will be unsealed in the near future. According to media reports, daily mail reported that the material is expected to be made public in the coming months, nearly four years after Epstein took his own life, while incarcerated in the New York Federal Corrections facility. The documents are expected to contain the names of associates, victims, and employees connected to ep. They refer to alleged perpetrators or those accused of serious wrongdoing as well as law enforcement officials and prosecutors. Epstein was associated in friends. Uh, Epsteins was associated in friends with many public figures, incu, including Bill Gates and former President Donald and Bill Clinton. Donald Trump and Bill Clinton. It was not clear if those names will be mentioned in the materials. PR Prince Andrew, who is accused of having sex with Epstein's victim, Virginia Roberts, now Virginia Guff underage and the attorney of Alan Dershowitz are understood to be among the individuals mentioned in the papers. According to the Daily Mail report, the documents have been sealed since Epstein killed himself in 2019, killed himself. Um, in quotes and were use, uh, were using the DEF Defamation case brought by Roberts in 2015 against Max. She was eventually convicted of sex trafficking and recruiting minors for Epstein. The lawsuit was settled in, the materials have now been gradually released ever. Some of the people slated to be identified include John Doe five, A victim who gave evidence at Maxwell's trial using only her first name. The report said another is an assistant district attorney. Another was described as a public figure by Maxwell's lawyers who objected to the name becoming public. John Doe 23 is deceased but was accused of serious wrongdoing. The documents state according to the Daily Mail, and they are not identified by mail or. Name. Okay, now I released Epstein's. Everybody's been calling for this release of the Black book. Like everybody tell us all his associates. I released his black book almost. 10 months ago. It's on my sub sub right now. You can go back in the files of my sub and find the coverage that I did and find this black book that everybody's been talking about. I don't know, I don't believe that's what's being made public here, but it was like basically all of his contact list of everybody who was ever associated with all of the owners of industries, all of the owners of companies, all the financial, JP Morgan Chase, high up people. All of the presidents and all of the, the royalty, all of them, all of the celebrities, all of the musicians were all in this book that I posted, written in Epstein's handwriting. Okay. So it's not like we don't have a clue as to who these people are. Right? I don't know what everybody's waiting for to persecute these people. We already know that Prince Andrew, like, what the, what the hell do you think's gonna happen once Prince Andrew's name is is released on this? You think he's all of a sudden gonna be prosecuted? Nothing's gonna happen, right? And you've probably heard this before. The reason they haven't released this list is because they are on it. High level judges, high level politicians, very well-known celebrities, presidents, kings of countries, royalty high Lee famous mu musicians and actors, all of them. Bill Gates, him. Is on that list, and we know it as a fact, and nothing's happening to him right now. In fact, the establishment is taking his advice on every little nutritional thing he ever feeds them with no positioning as a doctor to be able to do so. No credentials to be able to do so. Okay, so let's keep that at the forefront of our minds when all of this stuff is coming out too, that we have other things to pay attention to that are going. Don't let a Chinese spy balloon distract you from the fact that some of the most egregious perpetrators of sexual assault against underage children is about to be released very, very shortly. So in the meantime, keep your eyes open. Okay. Maybe get prepared a little bit. Right? And I'm not an alarmist, I'm not calling you to, you know, go stock up on, on, you know, I don. Beans. But I do think that if, if all of these things are escalating to the way that they are, the potential likelihood of something happening where you need to be prepared is just getting higher. Right? So do what you need to do to protect your family. Right. Uh, . And in the meantime, sign up for my ck red pill revolution.ck.com. Um, go ahead and subscribe and, uh, leave a five star review. I would appreciate it again, from the bottom of my heart. Uh, yeah. Have a great day guys. Welcome to the Revolution. Thank you.
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The Picky Fingers Banjo Podcast
www.patreon.com/banjopodcast Today's guest is the world-renowned, award-winning, snappy dressing banjoist, singer, songwriter, guitarist, and educator Joe Newberry! Per usual, Joe is eloquent and generous in discussing his career, banjo style, songwriting approach, and his collaborations with mandolinist Mike Compton and fiddler April Verch. Recorded at the 2022 Great Lakes Music Camp at Camp Blodgett on the shores of Lake Michigan. Sponsored by Peghead Nation, Elderly Instruments, and Banjo Summit Joe on the web: https://www.joenewberry.biz/ Contact the show at email@example.com Theme music composed and performed by Keith Billik - available (with banjo tablature!) from www.banjopodcast.com
Pat Kalmerton joins the Fish House Nation Podcast for Episode #149. Kalmerton is a fishing guide on Lake Michigan. He also fishes inland lakes in Wisconsin. In this episode, Kalmerton discusses his proven tip-up fishing methods and how you can catch more fish on tipups. He also discusses his passion for getting kids outside. For more ice fishing information, visit https://catchcover.com/
It's All Good - A Block Club Chicago Podcast
Host - Jon HansenThis weekend is the Chicago Polar Bear Club's 'Polar Plunge' so we want to know, why would anyone jump into a near-freezing Lake Michigan?
Campfire Conversation: The discussion begins with an unofficial list of the 10 most photographed places in Wisconsin. They include Lambeau Field, the State Capitol, Holy Hill, downtown Milwaukee and the Art Museum, Grandad's Bluff in La Crosse, Devil's Lake State Park (specifically Balanced Rock and the Devil's Doorway), sandstone cliffs of the Wisconsin Dells, and more. Apurba noted numerous state parks, historic mills, underwater shipwrecks, and some state natural areas including Pewit's Nest near Baraboo and Fonferek's Glen south of Green Bay. Blaze chimed in with several Madison suggestions such as the Union Terrace and Picnic Point, the Chippewa Flowage in the North Woods, Bayfield and the Apostle Islands, and even a picturesque supper club with a unique interior on a lake near Tomahawk. Katie added Wisconsin's highest point, Timms Hill, along with more state parks, lighthouses that dot the Lake Michigan and Superior coasts, Cave of the Mounds, and a Milwaukee basilica. Visit Lake Geneva; Winterfest and the U.S. National Snow Sculpting Championships are coming to Lake Geneva February 1st-5th! Check out amazing, artistic creations from snow and ice crafted by teams from around the nation by the beautiful Riviera Ballroom on the shores of Geneva Lake. Enjoy incredible shopping, food, and fun as you marvel at ice sculptures throughout the downtown area, too. Find out more at VisitLakeGeneva.com! Cabin Merch: The Cabin has some great t-shirts, mugs, and stickers and the lineup of Discover Wisconsin gear is fantastic. Order online at shop.discoverwisconsin.com and use the code CABIN for 15% off sitewide!Marshfield Clinic; All of Us Research Program; https://bit.ly/3klM56E
Six years ago, families in Marinette and Peshtigo, Wis., got the news that would change everything, for them, and eventually the whole state. PFAS from firefighting foam produced for years at nearby Tyco Fire Products had infiltrated groundwater, creeks, streams and drinking water wells across the area. Now University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers say they've linked contamination in Lake Michigan's Green Bay to Tyco. But it's an issue that goes far beyond Green Bay. PFAS have been found in water bodies and drinking water sources across the state, including Eau Claire, La Crosse, Madison, Rhinelander, Marshfield, Manitowoc and Wausau, often near airports and airbases where training with firefighting foam has gone on for decades. While two types of PFAS chemicals called PFOA and PFOS have been phased out in the U.S. and will soon be regulated in drinking water by the EPA, there are thousands more, many of which are still widely used in all kinds of consumer products. Hear what needs to happen next to get a handle on growing PFAS contamination across Wisconsin and the world. Guests: Dr. Christy Remucal, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at UW-Madison. Dr. Paul Mathewson, Science Program Director, Clean Wisconsin Host: Amy Barrilleaux Background Reading Find out more about PFAS contamination in Wisconsin Read the latest PFAS Fish Consumption Advisories for Wisconsin View an interactive map of PFAS contamination sites in Wisconsin Like “State of Change”? Subscribe to State of Change on Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Be sure to rate our show and give us a review. It helps other people find us. Like State of Change? Help support our podcast and our work to protect Wisconsin's environment at www.cleanwisconsin.org/donate