Weird celebrity baby names, murderous housewives, and The Beard's unpopular opinions about beloved actors… Need to get in touch with Tucker & The Beard? Facebook: Facebook.com/Tuckerandthebeard Instagram: @tuckerandthebeard Twitter: @tuckerandbeard Youtube: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeard Spotify: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonspotify iTunes: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardongoogleplay Got a Movie or Restaurant suggestion? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Need to talk Prescott area real estate? Contact Kellen Hoskins at (928)910-5954 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Edward Tucker at (928)710-4690 or email at email@example.com Or Visit www.newprescotthomes.com Download the Rockstar Backstage Pass App iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rockstar-backstage-pass/id1503240480 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.rsbsp
It's the tail end of the 70s, and top 40 music is heavily leaning to disco and AOR. Sure there's plenty of other things out there, but the charts point not only to disco artists, but pop singers jumping on board the disco train (Barbara Streisand, Kiss, Paul McCartney and Wings). Then 4 guys based in Los Angeles recorded and mixed a powerful rock and roll album in a little over 10 days, and for a brief time, the world couldn't get enough of them. Welcome to episode 157 of Love That Album. It seemed that you couldn't turn on the radio without hearing that flammed drum beat that held together a song as lustful as anything in rock music, My Sharona. Doug Fieger, Berton Averre, Prescott Niles and Bruce Gary released their debut album Get The Knack and music fans went crazy. Of course, things turned sour with fickle fans and the media who had to take these guys down a peg or two. That's not the story (in the main) that this episode is about. I am hugely privileged to have Knack bassist Prescott Niles join me to talk about the 6 albums the band released over their career, putting paid to the lie that My Sharona is all they accomplished....but this episode is about more than just The Knack. Prescott talks about his music life starting in Brooklyn, and his time working with musicians like Velvet Turner, Arthur Lee, and George Harrison. He also talks about Fillmore East and Woodstock, and tells some interesting tales about Jimi Hendrix, and a few others. This is a mammoth conversation we recorded over two sessions (one wasn't enough to get all these stories out). I am hugely grateful to Prescott for taking the time to join me on the show – something 15 year old me who played Get The Knack to death on original release could never have imagined. I'd also liked to thank Randy Haecker who hooked me up with Prescott. So put on your skinny ties and download the show. Download this episode of LTA from your podcast app of choice.The wider back catalogue of episodes can also be found at http://lovethatalbumpodcast.blogspot.com Love That Album is proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast network. Go to http://pantheonpodcasts.com to check out all their great shows. You can send me feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org (written or mp3 voicemail) or join the Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/lovethatalbum If you'd consider writing an iTunes review I'd be immensely grateful. However, it'd be even better if you told a friend about the podcast and Pantheon – at a barbecue, over coffee, on social media….whatever way you choose, consider me grateful. Proudly Pantheon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For the first episode in our new studio we talked with artist, content creator, & entrepreneur Travis (a.k.a Dirty Prescott Kids). Travis gives us a peek behind the curtain at his start as a musician, philosophies on life to live by, why hate comments on tiktok drive him and much more.New merch live now on OnTapWithTheBoiz.com
In this second part of our coverage of the Epic Rides Whiskey Off-road, Payson sits down with self-proclaimed "weekend warrior" Ben Mauceri to talk about how mountain biking takes him to a physical and mental place that nothing else can, the commitment required to show up at the start line while maintaining a demanding career, and the strong sense of comradery and pride he feels for his fellow amateur racers at the finish line. Payson also talks to Cina McConaughy and Kate Phelan, owners of Soul Ride, one of Prescott, Arizona's bike shops. They discuss how their business grew alongside the Whiskey Off-road, breaking into the cycling industry as female business owners, and how they've rooted their shop in the local community.
The multiverse is, in fact pure madness! We sit down with our friend Adam England and talk it through. SPOILERS AHEAD!!! Need to get in touch with Tucker & The Beard? Facebook: Facebook.com/Tuckerandthebeard Instagram: @tuckerandthebeard Twitter: @tuckerandbeard Youtube: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeard Spotify: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonspotify iTunes: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardongoogleplay Got a Movie or Restaurant suggestion? Email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Need to talk Prescott area real estate? Contact Kellen Hoskins at (928)910-5954 or email email@example.com or Edward Tucker at (928)710-4690 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org Or Visit www.newprescotthomes.com Download the Rockstar Backstage Pass App iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rockstar-backstage-pass/id1503240480 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.rsbsp
The Prescott Farmers Market (PFM) welcomes customers for its 25th summer season on Saturday, May 7. Every Saturday through October 29, the market will be open from 7:30 am to noon at 900 Iron Springs Road at the Dignity Health, YRMC overflow parking lot. In August, PFM looks forward to celebrating its 25th birthday with the community that's made it a cornerstone event! Prescott Farmers Market operates a producer-only farmers market, meaning every item sold is either grown or produced by the seller using Arizona-grown ingredients. The majority of products come from farmers and ranchers in Yavapai County. In addition... For the written story, read here >> https://www.signalsaz.com/articles/prescott-farmers-market-begins-summer-season/
In his weekly podcast update for the City of Prescott, Mayor Goode talks about:Fire and SafetyPrescott City CouncilNew City AttorneyNational Work Zone Awareness WeekRoad WorkPrescott Police Traffic EnforcementsYou can read the entire article here: https://www.signalsaz.com/articles/may-2nd-update-with-prescott-mayor-phil-goode/
Dennis "the" Prescott is a best known as a chef, who has authored the cook book "Eat Delicious" and is a host of the Netflix show "Restaurants On The Edge". Dennis explains how his time as a musician in Nashville led him to discover the joy of cooking, and how he's more recently discovered a new joy in life, which is riding motorcycles, particularly his Triumph Bonneville. The interview took place in Ronda Spain, just a day before Dennis had his first experience riding a sport bike, the new Speed Triple 1200 RR, and his first experience riding on a track. Below is a link to the Instagram video recap of the experience. Website: DennisThePrescott.comDennis IG: @DennisThePrescottDennis FB: DennisThePrescottEat Delicious Book: Eat Delicious on AmazonRestaurants on the Edge Show: Netflix Link For The Ride theme song by Sam PaceFor The Ride podcast produced by Hisonni Johnson
Shop https://www.mikeritlandco.com for Performance Dog Food, Treats, Apparel & more!The difference between living & dying depends on what you know. Episode 92 explores those differences with Cody Lundin, a survival instructor. He teaches at the Aboriginal Living Skills School in Prescott, Arizona. Here Cody teaches real and necessary life-saving skills in his Modern Wilderness & Urban Preparedness Courses.Prepare to be educated in all thing's “survival” on this episode of Mike Drop #chokeyourself0:00 - Intro2:57 - Lightning round 48:45 - Childhood/ growing up52:26 - Catalyst to go survival route 1:01:11 - Random survival questions 1:15:03 - Cody asks Mike questions 2:02:45 - Cody's courses available 2:04:21 - Wrap upMike Drop is a meeting ground for heroes and fascinating people. Hosted by former Navy SEAL, bestselling author, and K9 Trainer Mike Ritland.Sponsored by https://mikeritlandco.com & https://teamdog.pet----------Support Cody Lundin Website: https://www.codylundin.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100043895751189Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/abodudemanTwitter: https://twitter.com/codylundinalssInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/codylundinsurvival/?hl=en----------Support Sponsors:Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1-year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/MIKEDROP----------Fueled by TeamDog | www.mikeritlandco.com | @Teamdog.petALL THINGS MIKE RITLAND:SHOP for Fueled By Team Dog Performance Dog Food, Treats, Apparel, Accessories, and Protection dogs- MikeRitlandCo.comTeam Dog Online dog training- TeamDog.pet
In this episode, Phil and Janelle talk about etymology, following your nose, Jesse Norell, Easter plans, Silicon Valley, M Night Shyamalan, In a Lonely Place, vinyl records, and more.
Plans are moving forward for the Whiskey Off-Road mountain bike event scheduled for April 29 through May 1 in Prescott. The City of Prescott (including the Prescott Fire Department and the Prescott Police Department), Yavapai County Sheriff's Office, Yavapai County Emergency Management, and Epic Rides, have been working in close coordination with the officials from the Prescott National Forest as well as the Incident Management Team assigned to the Crooks fire. We have been regularly evaluating all aspects of the impacts of the fire on the event, including discussions around smoke, emergency response, camping/hotels, public information, and course routes. Our... For the written story, read here >> https://www.signalsaz.com/articles/prescott-provides-updates-on-whiskey-off-road-event/
Author Dorothy Cora Moore has researched The Atlanteans for more than 30 years, starting with Edgar Cayce, and ending with some very abstract metaphysical works on Atlantis. With a background working in law, she has also taken classes for pleasure at UCLA in Screenwriting and Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The Atlanteans began as an original screenplay and, together with its sequel, has become this novelization. Born in Chicago, Illinois, the author now lives in Prescott, Arizona. - www.TheAtlanteans.com ****************************************************************** To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com ******************************************************************
Listening devices, TikTok, Red bull's plane crash and the Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial. We get into all of it on this week's episode. Need to get in touch with Tucker & The Beard? Facebook: Facebook.com/Tuckerandthebeard Instagram: @tuckerandthebeard Twitter: @tuckerandbeard Youtube: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeard Spotify: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonspotify iTunes: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardongoogleplay Got a Movie or Restaurant suggestion? Email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Need to talk Prescott area real estate? Contact Kellen Hoskins at (928)910-5954 or email email@example.com or Edward Tucker at (928)710-4690 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org Or Visit www.newprescotthomes.com Download the Rockstar Backstage Pass App iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rockstar-backstage-pass/id1503240480 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.rsbsp
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for daytime lane closures on State Route 89 south of Prescott. The closures are scheduled daily from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, April 25, through Thursday, May 12. No weekend work is scheduled. Motorist should expect delays up to 30 minutes while the following restrictions are in place: SR 89 will be narrowed to one lane only with alternating north- and southbound travel between Ponderosa Road and Walden Boulevard (mileposts 295 - 307). Flaggers and a pilot car will direct drivers through the work zone. The closures are needed for... For the written story, read here >> https://www.signalsaz.com/articles/lane-closures-on-state-route-89-south-of-prescott/
One of Prescott's most popular events, the Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering, announces the sale of an original oil on linen titled Tall Tales by Prescott, Arizona, artist Steve Atkinson, a painting used in the 2015 Gathering's official poster. This original painting, donated by a patron, is for sale to any private collector and valued at ,000 with all proceeds dedicated to future productions of the Gathering. Inquiries about the painting can be emailed to: ACPGart@gmail.com. “This really is quite a gift. We don't see these originals come up for sale often and we are truly grateful to the donor for... For the written story, read here >> https://www.signalsaz.com/articles/arizona-cowboy-poets-sell-original-oil-painting/
The City of Prescott has closed two recreation areas due to ongoing operations related to the Crooks Fire. Watson and Goldwater Lake recreation areas have been closed until further notice. This includes the trails that are inside the park boundaries. Willow Lake, Pioneer Park and other City of Prescott recreation areas remain open at this time. City trails outside of the park boundaries, such as the Peavine Trail, remain open. For ongoing updates about City of Prescott activities, and wildland fire updates follow City of Prescott on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cityofprescottaz and Instagram @CityofPrescottAZ. Stay up to date on current Prescott Activities, closures,... For the written story, read here >> https://www.signalsaz.com/articles/watson-and-goldwater-lakes-recreation-areas-closed/
At what point did. The “Fast & Furious” jump the shark?…Let's talk about it. Need to get in touch with Tucker & The Beard? Facebook: Facebook.com/Tuckerandthebeard Instagram: @tuckerandthebeard Twitter: @tuckerandbeard Youtube: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeard Spotify: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonspotify iTunes: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardongoogleplay Got a Movie or Restaurant suggestion? Email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Need to talk Prescott area real estate? Contact Kellen Hoskins at (928)910-5954 or email email@example.com or Edward Tucker at (928)710-4690 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org Or Visit www.newprescotthomes.com Download the Rockstar Backstage Pass App iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rockstar-backstage-pass/id1503240480 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.rsbsp
Senator JD Mesnard talks tax breaks. + Rick Grenell discusses the border. + Updates on fires in Flagstaff and Prescott. Rep. Walt Blackman gives legislative update. #1359: Tuesday, April 19, 2022 0:00-8:31 Jeff gives Tunnel and Crooks fire updates (info and links here) 8:32-28:49 Senator JD Mesnard gives an AZ legislative update including a new bill to lower property taxes and the status of Arizona's budget. 28:50-43:12 Rick Grenell discusses the border and why he's supporting AZ Attorney General candidate Abe Hamadeh. 43:13-60:18 Representative Walt Blackman gives a legislative update from the AZ House as well as his CD2 campaign. 60:19-74:03 Jeff and Olivia give updates on NAZ fires
The Crooks fire near Prescott has the potential to be the most dangerous and threatening fire so far this year. KTAR senior reporter, Jim Cross joins us to discuss if the fire will get worse and whether or not mandatory evacuations could be expanded. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is Play That Rock'n'Roll's interview with Prescott Niles, the bassist for The Knack. Prescott came on the show to promote The Knack's new live album, "LIVE AT THE HOUSE OF BLUES", which is being released as part of Record Store Day 2022. In this interview, we discuss the new album, as well as Prescott's stories about interacting with Bruce Springsteen, Jimi Hendrix, George Harrison, and other big name rock stars. We also dive into how The Knack proceeded in the aftermath of the monster success from "My Sharona" and how the band broke up. We then cover the Knack's connection to "Weird Al" Yankovic, and their 2005 appearance on the tv show "Hit Me Baby One More Time". Finally, Prescott concludes with some reflections on how "My Sharona" still affects him today. See more at: https://recordstoreday.com/SpecialRelease/14737 Follow us on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/playthatpodcast Find us on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/playthatpodcast
Singer of Ponderosa Grove and producer of the upcoming Pure Imagination Festival in her hometown of Prescott, Arizona, Candace Devine loves whiskey and today, she brings her palate to the dance of tasting on the podcast. She broke down the lineup, bringing forth notes reanging from "fig and raison" to "oak and sour." She talks about her current tour with Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Fred somehow tells a story about the time he passed out next to homeless people in New Orleans. Get to know Candace Devine A songwriter on the Grammy-nominated Wild Heart by Mindi Abair, lead vocalist Devine has opened for and worked with artists from Ringo Starr and Christina Aguilera to Adam Lambert, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Michelle Branch, Styx, and more, as well as singing for television and feature films. She spends time creating songwriter labs to encourage musicians to co-create and support other musicians, hosts a successful podcast, The Creative Convergence and also hosts Live from Raven Sound Studio, a live music documentary series on YouTube. Get to Know Fred Minnick Subscribe to Fred Minnick's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg?view_as=subscriber Merch, including official The Fred Minnick Show Glencairn: https://shop.podcastone.com/collections/the-fred-minnick-show Become a YouTube Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg/join Glencairn provides glassware The Fred Minnick Show: https://www.glencairnwhiskyglass.com/ The American Spirits Council of Tasters: https://ascotawards.com OFFICIAL THEME SONG The Fred Minnick Show intro features Moon Tooth's “Awe At All Angles”, available now on Pure Noise Record. Listen to the full song at https://fanlink.to/aweatallangles. FOLLOW FRED htps://www.instagram.com/fredminnick/ https://twitter.com/FredMinnick https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg https://www.facebook.com/fred.minnick/ Buy Fred's Books https://www.amazon.com/dp/0760351724/ref=as_sl_pc_qf_sp_asin_til?tag=httpwwwfredmi-20&linkCode=w00&linkId=7cf6556bbccd99181248b3ae598a9c5b&creativeASIN=0760351724 Subscribe to Fred's Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fred-minnick-show-podcast/id1490483021 https://bourbonpursuit.com/all-podcasts/ Disclosure Statement: https://www.fredminnick.com/disclosures/
Baxie talks to bass player Prescott Niles from The Knack! In 1979, The Knack not only had the #1 song in America with the classic "My Sharona"--it was the fastest single to reach gold for Capitol Records in 15 years (behind "I Want to Hold Your Hand" by The Beatles). Prescott talks about the band, their quick success, and about the pressures that led to the band breaking up in 1982. Prescott, who now plays for Missing Persons, shares a bunch of incredible stories about his long career. He even talks about The Knack and their previously unreleased live album which comes out in stores this month! You can hear the interview on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Spotify, and on the Rock102 website.
Ryan and Brant let the Suns shine in, with special guest Peter Prescott! . . . YOU DON'T KNOW MOJACK is a podcast dedicated to exploring the entire SST catalogue, in order, from start to finish. During the podcast we will discuss all the releases that are part of our core DNA, as well as many lesser-known releases that deserve a second chance, or releases that we are discovering for the very first time (we actually don't know Mojack!). First and foremost we are fans, and acknowledge that we are not perfect and don't know everything – sometimes the discussion is more about a time, place, feeling, personal experience or random tangents, and less about the facts (but we will try to get to the facts too). Facebook: www.facebook.com/mojackpod/ Twitter: @mojackpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/mojackpod/ Blog: www.mojackpod.com/ Tumblr: www.tumblr.com/blog/mojackpod Theme Song: Shockflesh
(NSFW) On this episode of Road Sodas Ed and Chris sit down and try a new brew and go over some old news again. This week the new brew was given to them by Ad Astra Brewing Company to try and give their honest opinion on it. For those that have heard the show before, know that they are nothing but honest when it comes to brew reviews. They go over their adventures after the road trip up to Wren House in Prescott. They got more beer and food in downtown Prescott at Lazy G's Brewing, Park Plaza Liquor and Deli, and Ad Astra Brewing Company. Old Breaking News, downtown Mesa is becoming a beer destination. Chris becomes instantly sad at this news, since he no longer lives near there. Ed gets angry about Stone Brewing's Greg Koch "eulogy" style announcement about Marin Brewing closing. The trend of low calorie and N/A beers continues with Guinness and Deschutes Brewery releasing new brews. Another great source of beer, a health blog, puts out the best beer spot in Arizona. Road Sodas: An alcoholic beverage (usually beer or perhaps malt liquor) consumed inside a moving vehicle. This beverage can be consumed by passenger, driver, or both. Road sodas are illegal in most states due to open container laws. Still, they are widely enjoyed as evidenced by all the beer cans littering rural road sides. Our Guest Info: Ad Astra Brewing Company 123 N Cortez St, Prescott, AZ 86301 Instagram Launch Crew Info Our Information: Music Credit: Takotsubo Men The assorted sounds of three ageing humans hitting things in a studio for five days. Beautifully nasty and pretty vile at times but ultimately gorgeous. Enjoy! Follow them! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TakotsuboMen Twitter: https://twitter.com/TakotsuboMen YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/TakotsuboMen Contact us! Instagram: @hoppycraftsmen Twitter: @hoppycraftsmen Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Hoppycraftsmen/ E-mail: email@example.com Blog: http://hoppycraftsmenpodcast.com/ YouTube: Hoppy Craftsmen – Craft Beer Podcast Support US! Buy Us a Beer! For as little as a dollar a month you can help a bearded white guy drink a good craft beer. Your generous donation will help supply thousands with the gift of more podcasts and we are pretty sure inappropriate humor as well. Invest in Us! Rate us on iTunes! Want to help us reach a bigger audience and keep the episodes coming? Then head over to iTunes and Give us a rating and feedback! Tell A Friend! Tell someone you know about our show! If you know that a friend likes or loves craft beer tell them to give us a listen. Or if you know someone who is new to craft beer and you are tired of telling them about the scene, let us be your soap box! Or have an amazing whale that you want to share with the world. Go on your social media platform of choice and give us a shout out. Use the hashtag #hoppycraftsmen and we'll respond in kind. Probably in some form of emoji and maybe a super rad type of comment. You get the picture.
Welcome to the PREMIERE of Keepin It Real with Host Jimbo and Special Guest Marc Prescott. Topic: Premiere Welcome to my little corner of the world; I am looking forward as your Host in bringing you topics that we all deal with on a daily basis. Welcome to my show; it covers pretty much anything you might be looking for when it comes to a podcast and being entertained. "I don't think people laugh enough and I love to laugh" says Host Jimbo. Tune in and go on this journey with Jimbo aka Jimmy Harlow as he brings you conversations that will provide useful, actionable, no-fluff content to help you become better, happier and healthier in all areas of your life while providing you a good laugh too! Join me as we Keep It Real! Enjoying the conversation,leave me a comment and subscribe to the show at www.up2meradio.com/keepin-it-real-with-host-jimbo/ LIke and follow us on Facebook at Up2Me Radio, Instagram at Up2Me.radio and on Twitter at Up2Me Radio Thank you for tuning in!
Well…Morbius happened. Was it good, was it bad? We'll break it down on this week's episode. Need to get in touch with Tucker & The Beard? Facebook: DCFacebook.com/Tuckerandthebeard Instagram: @tuckerandthebeard Twitter: @tuckerandbeard Youtube: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeard Spotify: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonspotify iTunes: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardongoogleplay Got a Movie or Restaurant suggestion? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Need to talk Prescott area real estate? Contact Kellen Hoskins at (928)910-5954 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Edward Tucker at (928)710-4690 or email at email@example.com Or Visit www.newprescotthomes.com Download the Rockstar Backstage Pass App iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rockstar-backstage-pass/id1503240480 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.rsbsp
Join Host Kristopher H. Bilbrey, as he examines a debate between Republican Candidates Brittany Kloer & JD Prescott. Kloer & Prescott are running for State Representative of Indiana's House District 33. Prescott is the current incumbent, having first won the seat in 2018, and re-election in 2020. This is Kloer's 2nd attempt at unseating Prescott, her first run was in 2020. The debate was organized by the Jay County Freedom Coalition and was held on Monday, March 28th, 2022. In this episode, Kris listens to the recorded debate and cuts in, periodically, to give his thoughts and commentary on various aspects of the debate. Although the recording is cut at times for the commentary, the debate questions & Candidate's answers were never cut or edited in any way. FULL A/V Recording of the debate: https://bit.ly/DebateBeating. Different Review from the night of the debate: https://bit.ly/ReviewingTheBeating. Map of District 33: https://bit.ly/INHD33. Sponsor for this BONUS Ep: Brittany Kloer (R) Candidate for District 33 State Representative... https://www.facebook.com/BrittanyKloer33. Stay Safe, Stay Tuned & Stay True! Perception IS Reality w/Kristopher H. Bilbrey 04.07.22 Kris can be found @ www.facebook.com/Bilbrey318 (Produced by: The Vulgar Poets)
Washington Commanders and owner Dan Snyder were in the news again for allegedly skimming profits from shared money with other NFL owners. Quarterback Carson Wentz was recently ranked ahead of Dak Prescott (Dallas Cowboys), Jalen Hurts (Philadelphia Eagles), and Daniel Jones (New York Giants), and it's Mock Draft Monday! Find and Follow Locked On Commanders: Apple: https://apple.co/2YHegGc Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3mHG7ye Audacy: https://bit.ly/2YDl7jE Stitcher: https://bit.ly/3IcmdUK Google Play: https://bit.ly/34JEKKq Locked on Washington Commanders has the latest reaction, news, and player interviews from the organization with this daily podcast from DC & national sports personality, Chris Russell and co-host David Harrison. You can also catch Chris with his co-host Pete Medhurst on The TEAM 980 & the Audacy App (Washington Football Flagship Station) from 3-7 P ET, occasionally on 106.7 The FAN, and Warpath Magazine. In addition to covering Washington football, David can also be found covering the Washington Commanders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers for SI.Com (Fan Nation), and on the Locked On Bucs podcast. Follow Chris and David on Twitter, where they share the latest news and analysis about the Washington Commanders, and interact with fans of the team! Chris Russell: https://twitter.com/Russellmania621 David Harrison: https://twitter.com/DHarrison82 #WashingtonCommanders #TakeCommand #NFL 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 BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! 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. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NFLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Big Merc covers the following topics on this episode of POLI-TRICKS: Rick Scott Clarence Thomas Anti-Lynching Bill Pledge of Allegiance Will Smith Slaps the Sh*t out of Chris Rock (Paper, Rock, Scissors) and more... special commentary by Mister Eclectic Blue --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theurbanbreakdown/message
Episode 148 Jackass, Halo, and the slap heard ‘round the world! All wrapped into to one action packed episode! Need to get in touch with Tucker & The Beard? Facebook: DCFacebook.com/Tuckerandthebeard Instagram: @tuckerandthebeard Twitter: @tuckerandbeard Youtube: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeard Spotify: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonspotify iTunes: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardongoogleplay Got a Movie or Restaurant suggestion? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Need to talk Prescott area real estate? Contact Kellen Hoskins at (928)910-5954 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Edward Tucker at (928)710-4690 or email at email@example.com Or Visit www.newprescotthomes.com Download the Rockstar Backstage Pass App iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rockstar-backstage-pass/id1503240480 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.rsbsp
Host, Kristopher H. Bilbrey, welcomes Brittany (Bridges) Kloer to the show for this "special BONUS EPISODE!" Brittany is a Republican Candidate running for State Representative in Indiana's 33rd House District (and for those that live in the District she is asking for your support & vote in the May 3rd, 2022, Primary Election). Brittany is running as a TRUE "Constitutional Conservative" and she has the full support & endorsement of the 'Perception IS Reality' crew! Brittany is a teacher in the Indiana Public School System, and has been for 12 years... she has also been an educational legislative advocate, as well. Brittany, along with her husband, Brandon, live in Portland, Jay County, Indiana. She first ran for the District 33 seat back in 2020. Even though she came up short in that race, she still put up decent numbers for a first time Candidate, considering she was also dealing, as was everyone, with the first few months of the Worldwide "Covid 19" Pandemic! Her first, failed, attempt and the fact that the incumbent has become increasingly less reliable, is more concerned with trying to keep his power and secure his future positions, all while, he appears to be working less & less for the citizens of his District... has fired Brittany up and she is ready to WIN the 2022 Primary Election on May 3rd! Join the conversation to learn more about District 33's "TRUE, Constitutional, Conservative..." Brittany (Bridges) Kloer! Brittany's Campaign Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BrittanyKloer33. Brittany's Personal Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/brittany.bridges.5477. Brittany's Website: https://www.brittanykloer.com. Brittany's Email Address: BrittanyKloer33@gmail.com. Link to the Indiana House District 33 Map: https://bit.ly/INHD33MAP Link to Prescott's Explosive Town Hall Meeting from 02.19.22: https://bit.ly/No2JD Link to Brandon Kloer's Interview about the ACLU Lawsuit: https://bit.ly/JD168 Sponsors for this BONUS Ep: Brittany Kloer (R) Candidate for Dist 33 State Representative... https://www.facebook.com/BrittanyKloer33. & Reliable Plumbing Services: 765.252.3665 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay Safe, Stay Tuned & Stay True! Perception IS Reality w/Kristopher H. Bilbrey 03.27.22 (& Special Guest: Brittany Bridges Kloer) Kris can be found @ www.facebook.com/Bilbrey318 (Produced by: The Vulgar Poets) Special Guest: Brittany Bridges Kloer.
"The Adam Project": A fresh take on time travel or a waste of time? Hear our thoughts on this week's episode! Need to get in touch with Tucker & The Beard? Facebook: DCFacebook.com/Tuckerandthebeard Instagram: @tuckerandthebeard Twitter: @tuckerandbeard Youtube: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeard Spotify: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonspotify iTunes: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardongoogleplay Got a Movie or Restaurant suggestion? Email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Need to talk Prescott area real estate? Contact Kellen Hoskins at (928)910-5954 or email email@example.com or Edward Tucker at (928)710-4690 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org Or Visit www.newprescotthomes.com Download the Rockstar Backstage Pass App iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rockstar-backstage-pass/id1503240480 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.rsbsp
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Legislative Hearing to receive testimony on S.1397, S.3168, S.3308, S.3443, S.3773 & S.3789 Wednesday, March 23 2022 – 02:30 PM Location: Dirksen Room Number: 628 On Wednesday, March 23 at 2:30 p.m. ET / 8:30 a.m. HT, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs holds legislative hearing to receive testimony on six bills. S.1397, the Tribal Health Data Improvement Act of 2021. The bill ensures that tribal health authorities enjoy access to the same public health data as state governments. The U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R.3841, a companion version of the bill, on June 23, 2021. S.3168, a bill to amend the White Mountain Apache Tribe Water Rights Quantification Act of 2010. The bill ensures that the White Mountain Apache Tribe can utilize its already enacted water rights settlement to complete a water project on the Fort Apache Reservation in the state of Arizona. S.3308, the Colorado River Indian Tribes Water Resiliency Act of 2021. The bill ensures that the Colorado River Indian Tribes can utilize its previously ratified water rights from the Colorado River by leasing or allocating them to other entities in Arizona. S.3443, the MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians Recognition Act. The bill extends federal recognition to the MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians, a group in Alabama that was previously denied acknowledgement through the Bureau of Indian Affairs. S.3773, a bill to authorize leases of up to 99 years for land held in trust for the Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation in the state of Washington. Similar bills have been enacted for other Indian nations. S.3789, a bill to amend the Native American Tourism and Improving Visitor Experience Act, also known as the NATIVE Act. The NATIVE Act requires federal agencies to update their existing management plans and tourism strategies to include American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians. Witness List PANEL 1 The Honorable Bryan Newland Assistant Secretary, Indian Affairs Department of the Interior Washington, D.C. Mr. Marvin Figueroa Director, Intergovernmental and External Affairs Department of Health and Human Services Washington, D.C. The Honorable Gwendena Lee-Gatewood Chairwoman White Mountain Apache Tribe Whiteriver, Arizona The Honorable Amelia Flores Chairwoman Colorado River Indian Tribes Parker, Arizona The Honorable Harry Pickernell, Sr. Chairman Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation Oakville, Washington The Honorable Lebaron Byrd Chief MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians Mt. Vernon, Alabama Dr. Darin Prescott Director Health and Clinic CEO Lower Sioux Indian Community and Great Lakes Area Tribal Health Board Morton, Minnesota Committee Notice: https://www.indian.senate.gov/hearing/legislative-hearing-receive-testimony-s-1397-s-3168-s-3308-s-3443-s-3773-s-3789
Chapter 10 — Ethan BurdockTo the Northwest of Grantham was the Bar-D ranch, owned by Ethan Burdock. Burdock had carved a 28,000-acre ranch out of Indian territory long before anyone had thought to look for silver in this rough land. More than five thousand head of Longhorn cattle toughed it out across his range which stretched far north of the main house. Ethan had done well enough for himself that his house was made of stout logs instead of mud, a luxury in this dry land. But after he had almost drowned in the mud of his own house in the freak rainstorm of ’58 he decided he had lived in adobe houses for long enough.Ethan had outlasted or outfought everything that had tried to remove him from this place. He fought rustlers, Apaches, Comanche, flood, drought, and everything else Mother Nature had thrown at him. Along the way, he had buried his wife, son and a daughter, and a lot of good ranch hands.In addition to the main house, there were three barns, four large corrals, and two bunkhouses; one large, one small. All of the buildings formed up in a circle around a kind of dirt plaza in the center of which was a deep and steady well. It was a solid, durable place. And when he sat on the porch at the end of a day, Ethan found beauty in it.But the ranch he had sacrificed so much for didn’t hold much more comfort than that. It seemed like there was always something to do and always someone to fight. He was an angry man, rarely at ease. But tonight was different. Both his boys were away and Lupita had served supper just for him. After dinner, he threw another log on the fire and sipped a glass of mescal thinking of old feuds he had won the way some men thought of women that had once loved.He was old and his bones hurt at night and he needed glasses for reading, but his ears were still good. He heard the rider making hard for the house when he was still a long way off.Ethan took the hurricane lamp in hand and went to see what was the matter. He crossed the yard and went to the figure standing between the two bunkhouses. Most of the men were asleep, but a few had come out in long underwear in various states of undress. Ethan didn’t recognize the horse, but it sure was in a lather.Joseph, his oldest son, detached himself from the group of hands and met him halfway to the house.“What’s the commotion?” asked Ethan.“Charlie. He’s been arrested for murder.”Ethan gritted his teeth and stared off into the distance, thinking *damn that boy.* Ethan looked back at Joe. Joe continued, “He shot a man in a saloon in Grantham about three hours ago.”“You let him go to town?”Joe, a serious young man, saddle-wise and hard as a coffin nail, said, “He’s a grown man.”A grown man, thought Ethan. Grown maybe, Charlie was forever a boy, and forever getting in trouble. “Who brought the news?”“Mayhew.”“He one of ours?”“Rode with us for a couple of seasons, now breaks horses for Dumont.”“Hate to see a good hand go to town,” said Ethan, saying the word ‘town’ like a curse.“He came to be a friend to Charlie and us.” “I know.” Ethan nodded once, making up his mind. “Pay him something, feed him and we ride in the morning.”“You and me?”“Everyone.”“Everyone?”“What else are we gonna do? Hire a lawyer?” Ethan said in a loud voice and the hands noticed and stepped closer to hear what their boss would do. “That’s a start. He’s gonna stand trial,’ said Joe.“We don’t know what Charlie did. And maybe he did gun somebody down. I’ll tell you what I do know. Right now Dumont and the rest of those parasites from back east are trying to figure out how they can use Charlie’s scrape to cause us pain. And sure, they’ll call it justice. But they’ll use it for everything else. For profit, for revenge, for enjoyment. ‘Cause what they want is our land. They want to take these wide-open spaces and the sky at night. They want to fence it in and charge rent for it. Ruin it by digging holes in it looking for silver. “I’m not arguing with you, sir,” said Joe, “but the town’s got laws.”“They don’t get to come here on my land and speak the law to me. Just like they don’t get to come here and take our cattle.” Ethan turned and paced in front of all of the men, raising his voice to address the crowd. “Tomorrow, I’m gonna ride into town, collect my boy just like I’d collect any other wayward steer. Now I’m not telling any man to come with me. Could be this turns to a disagreement of a more hostile nature. I mean, not if they’re smart, ‘cause there’s only the sheriff and that dipshit Deputy between us and our boy.“And I’m not gonna lie to you, Charlie ain’t no angel. Hell, after his poor mother passed, I practical let these bunkhouses raise him until he could ride a horse. So you know what he is what is capable of. Hell, you boys taught him.” A chuckle went through the crowd. It was a rough, unlikely bunch of Uncles, but they were Uncles all the same. Ethan had spoken the truth and it had kicked many of his men like a horse. That was one of the secrets of these wild, often broken men called cowboys. They had no families of their own. No place else to go. If you gave them a place to be, a tribe of their own, they could be the most loyal men on earth.“He’s our son, boys, for better and for worse. And if he’s done wrong we will deal with him. A trial by of a jury of his peers, cause a ranchin’ man don’t have no equal anywhere but the ranch. “So turn in if you want to come with me. I ride at dawn to bring Charlie home.” A ragged cheer went up. And Ethan waved them down, turning away so they wouldn’t see the emotion that came to his eye. Joe caught up with him on the porch. “Pa, you know I’m coming with you, goes without saying…”“It goes without saying.""then why do you have to say it?”Joseph looked hard at this, but before he could speak to the wrong of his father’s words Ethan said, “It’s a bad idea. That what you say?”“Going up against the law…” Joe shook his head, “Sheriff Dance is honest, but the Judge is reasonable for sure. We get Charlie out with lawyers and a bribe. This way seems like a lotta risk for…”“For Charlie. It’s okay, boy you can say it. I love him, but I don’t like him any more than you do.”Joseph hung his head in shame.“He ain’t much good, and that’s the fact of it. A constant thorn in my side since he was born. And if I didn’t think your dead mother was watching over us from heaven…”“You’d do what?”“I don’t know. Maybe this whole thing is my fault. I was too soft on him after your mother died. Should’ve spent more time with him. But that doesn’t matter.”“Pa, I can handle this without any trouble.”“If you’re wrong, he hangs. And hell, maybe deserves it.” Ethan kicked at a loose board on the porch. “He gets a fair trial, maybe hangs for what he done. But that’s not the point. They stole from us. Same as if they came and rustled a calf.“That’s nothing you negotiate about. Politicking is just another kind of rustling. It’s just another way to take what belongs to somebody else. And if you let somebody steal from you once...”Joseph finished the thought “You teach them it’s okay to steal from you all the time.”“They're after our land. Your birthright. They’re just using your brother to get it.” True to his word Burdock was up before dawn. His old bones creaked and popped as he shuffled around the room collecting his things. By the time he came downstairs Lupita had lit the fire in the cookstove and had coffee on. He took a sip of coffee and sighed. Then he said, “Pretty soon it’s gonna be just you and me rattling around this old house, Lupita.”She didn’t look him in the eye when she asked “¿Vas a volver con Charlie?” He said, “Si, Senora,” in no kind of Mexican accent. Then he asked, “Where’s Joe?”“Durmiendo,”He said, “Well, wake him up,” but he said it gently. Then he took his coffee and his coat and stepped outside.The lights in the bunkhouse on the left were clearly lit. That was a good sign, but when he looked over to the other bunkhouse, he saw nothing but darkness. Damn that Prescott and the rest of them. They must of overslept. He banged down off the porch and struck out towards the unlit bunkhouse. He stabbed his boot heels into the dirt of the yard gettin’ angry, muttering to himself and warming up for the chewing out he was going to give Prescott and that entire bunkhouse. His right foot crunched on something. He broke stride, but his left foot was carried forward by his momentum and where it landed it crunched again.“What the hell?”He looked down, but could see nothing in the darkness. He ran his hand over the ground. Grass, by God! Thick grass! There was no grass in the yard. He fetched a lantern from the house and set it down among the strange flora so he could give it a closer look. It wasn’t grass, exactly, but a low, leafy, spreading plant the likes of which Ethan had never seen before. He stomped back to the dry, hard-packed dirt of the yard and found a line, running northwest to southeast, right to the middle of his yard. On one side was dirt on the other side a lush carpet of greenery, fat with water. The line cut through the well, and where it passed, that second of the stone well was missing, replaced with grass-covered ground. Perfectly filled in as if by magic. Burdock bent and crushed a piece of the strange grass in his fingers and smelled it. It was sweet and green, not at all the bitter smell of the rare scrub grass of the high desert. He walked quickly to the large bunkhouse and kicked the door hard three times. When a bleary-eyed cowboy opened the door, Burdock was already looking at the grass again. Without looking back he snapped, “Lamps, all you got.”Soon he had the men fanned out along the line of new grass. They started walking forward, carrying lamps into the darkness, towards the other bunkhouse. 10 steps, 20 steps, 30 steps, still no building.Ethan came to a halt and the rest of the line did too. Joseph gave voice to the question, “Where the hell did the other bunkhouse go?” A few of the cowboys started to wander off when Ethan Burdock snapped, “pull back to the house, we wait till dawn to see what we are dealing with.”Cookie brought out large pot of hot water with coffee grounds in the bottom. The men dipped their cups and drank and talked in small groups waiting for first light.“Pa,” said Joe, “what you think happened to the bunkhouse?”“I’ll wait until we got some light before I speculate on the matter,” said Ethan.The gloaming was like a hallucination. It outlined a strange new world in speckled grays and whites. Then, as quickly as if a symphony conductor had dropped his baton, pinks and reds swelled and filled the glowing scene.They saw strange groves of trees across a wide grassy plain. Speculation rose to a dull roar and Burdock could hear how uneasy the men were. Where had the bunkhouse gone? What had taken its place? While the men speculated, Burdock kept his eyes on the Mountains — at least where they should have been be. The land they knew so well was gone. Even the mountains were gone. Before them stretched an endless plain. It was a vast horizon of green disappearing in the mist rising from the ground. One of the cowboys nosed around the spot with the bunkhouse should have been. He kicked through strange grass to the dirt below. Then he looked up and said, “Where’d they go? Where is the little bunkhouse? Where’s the North herd?”“They’re Gone,” growled Burdock.“What we do now?” asked Joe.“First, we go see if the town is still there and collect your brother. Then we go find who stole my land.”Chapter 11 — Welcome to TownBy the time Dance and Pete got to the river an unlikely crowd of early–risers and the still-drunk-from-the-night-before had formed along the riverbank.Even the most worn out and used up miners had rolled up their pants and staggered through the weeds to splash in the muddy water.Speculation abounded with but neither the drunk nor the sober could offer what Dance thought was a reasonable explanation for a river springing up overnight. The mood of the crowd was excited and festive, but none of this set well with Dance. He scanned the far bank of the river for any sign of the road to Bisbee and found none. Even under the grass the land itself was different where there had been a hill was now vast grassy plain dotted with groves of tall trees with pom-pom-like clusters of leaves atop spindly-looking trunks. For a moment, Dance thought he spied a herd of animals in the distance, but then whatever it was was gone. He looked to the pole that had carried the telegraph line and saw the line had been cut and now dangled from the insulator. He didn’t like anything about any of this. Pulaski had shown up at the Morning Star mine early as usual. He lived in a cabin adjacent to the main yard, and his house blocked any view of the river. He had thought little of the fog and plunged right into work. But when the men did not show up for the first shift, he became curious and walked to the miners' tents. Along the way, he saw the crowd and the brand new river and investigated.Laura Miller had slept poorly as she always did when her husband was out of town. She started breakfast and when Mack went out for his chores, he took longer than usual. When he returned he had no firewood and was so excited he could barely speak. He blurted out incoherently about the wash at the end of town being like a river and filled with water. And he begged to go take a look. Of course, Penelope wasn't about to be left out of an adventure. She begged to go saying, “He says it's like a river, Ma. And I ain't never seen a river. Can I go?"“You can go and come right back. I'm putting these biscuits in and I have too much to do today with your father gone to wait breakfast on either of you.""Come on, let's go!" cried Mack and dashed for the door. Laura Miller cried after Mac, "you mind your sister now, you hear?" Then she turned back to breakfast, shaking her head. Thinking a thimble of water in that dry gulch was a river was just plain sad. They have to show that girl the world before too much more time passed. Maybe the Rio Grande, or the Brazos. But when would they find the time? They were always so busy with the store. This boomtown wouldn't boom forever and they needed to make money while the times were good.After surviving the stagecoach ride into Grantham, Preacher James Noyes spent the evening getting to know his new flock and marveling at the town's general wickedness. He settled into the back room of the rough, frontier chapel to which he had been sent. The welcoming committee for the First Baptist Church of Grantham had brought him dinner, including a whole pie. Backwards and dangerous though this place may be, these were all God’s children, and the best of people could be found in even the most desperate places.When his visitors had left, he had gotten down on his knees and gave thanks to the Lord that he had come safe through his trials to this town of Grantham. And he prayed that the seeds of God's love that he would now sow here would fall on fertile ground. Preacher Noyes so desperately wanted to save souls and win people over to Christ.He knew that he could do it, the mistakes in Richmond non-withstanding, and asked for no special assistance from the Lord with this task. He just expressed gratitude for being brought to this place where he could redeem himself by saving men's souls from the adversary.His prayers completed he read his Bible by candlelight and went to sleep.When he woke in the morning he kneeled and gave thanks once again. Then he stepped outside to see what evil would be sufficient unto this new day. From the front steps of the simple church, he saw a most remarkable site, a river, from nothing. A crowd had gathered on its banks. He straightened himself and went to see if this was an ordinary occurrence, or if this was indeed some miracle sent by the Lord. Sheriff Dance watched Laura Miller’s children, Mack and… what was that little girl’s name? She was giving her brother fits as she romped through the mud and river water on the bank. And all the while her brother pleaded with her not to get too muddy. Too late, thought Dance, with a smile. He looked back towards town for their mother. Not from concern for the children, but because it was Dance’s studied opinion that she was the most beautiful woman in Grantham. Hell, most beautiful woman Tombstone and Bisbee included. Maybe all of the territory and even beating out those dark-haired Mexican girls from across the border. And his estimate of her beauty was made all the more acute by her fidelity to her husband.Dance had seen Laura smile and laugh with her family, but with everyone else, she was all business. This did not trouble Sheriff Dance. He was not one of those men who needed to own a sunset to bask in its beauty. Penelope — yes that was her name — was the first in the water, and her laughter and shrieks of joy granted permission to everyone else on the bank to follow suit.Soon everyone but Sheriff Dance and Mack were at least knee-deep in the muddy water. Even Speedy Pete had taken off his boots and was slowly turning his toes through the thick mud. Mack looked to Sheriff Dance in exasperation, as if it was his job to do something about all of this frivolity. Dance said, “Well, go on Son. There’s no harm in it.” And, granted permission, Mack sat down to pull off his boots. As she watched breakfast cooling on the table, Laura had an unkind thought for her children and immediately regretted it. So what if they ate cold biscuits – it would teach them a lesson – or maybe they wouldn't care. Her fierce wild children. She wished they would listen to her as they listened to their father. And again she felt it. A pang for Virgil her too, too serious man. She didn't like it when he went away. And she worried about him when he was gone. Life hung heavy on that man and she knew he was sad when he was away.He was always sad for one reason or another and would never speak of the time before he had known her, nor how he had come to save her and how she, in turn, had saved him. He never raised his voice, nor drank, nor gambled, nor gotten into fights. He was hard-working and patient with the children. Still, he would not forgive himself for something. And the weight of whatever that thing was served to press all his joy into the earth. Only with Mac and Penelope did he seem lighter and Laura treasured the flashes of joy she would catch in his eye when he was with the children.Well, she thought, nothing for it but to see this trickle of water that her children thought to be a river. She stood, wrapped a bonnet around her head, and went to see.The preacher heard the wonderment in the voices of the townspeople and came to understand that this had never happened before. He, like the others, was taken with the green vision across the banks. Compared with the rough desert landscape of the last few days of travel, it looked like paradise. Almost like a garden…"Preacher," said a rough–looking man who took his hat off to address a man of the cloth. "What do you think is happened?"The Preacher grabbed up a handful of reeds and held them up in the air exclaiming "fit to build a boat for a baby Moses by God! This soil is a blessing from the Almighty himself – a spring in a dry place! It's a miracle!”Not too far away two monks from the nearby Catholic Mission looked at the Preacher disparagingly. One said to the other, in Latin, "that, or the work of the devil himself."Nearby, Archie was hunkered down on the bank, pawing through the muck of the river bed. Hearing Latin spoken, he perked up and added a phrase of his own. The monks were shocked and scowled at Archie. One of them was so disturbed that he crossed himself and they both moved away from the man in the strange hat. When Archie saw the Sheriff watching this minor ecclesiastical drama with bemusement he said, “Sheriff, would I be right in thinking that this river was not here yesterday when I pulled into town?"Sheriff Dance looked down at Archie, trying to decide if he was joking or not. "Well sir, I must say I do not recall directing my gaze towards this end of town yesterday. But before God and a Federal Judge, I would attest that this river was not here the day before last. And further," Dance continued, “No report of a flood, deluge or even rainstorm has made itself known to the Sheriff's office. Now what, may I ask, did you say to those papists?""They claimed the river was a miracle of God’s doing. I quoted Darwin to them."Dance gave no indication of understanding.He's a naturalist who wrote a book about… Well, it's not important. The point is this is rich, alluvial soil,” he said, holding a handful of the muck up so the Sheriff could see. “It is not the rocky substrate of the Arizona desert. The soil these reeds are so happily growing in, is the product of tens if not hundreds of thousands of years of hydrological action. This is not merely water in the desert springing forth. This is an entirely different biome than was here yesterday. Isn't that just remarkable?""What's that mean, you know, in English?""This isn't a matter of water flooding in from the mountain.""You mean the ones that don't appear to be there anymore?""Yes, the very same. These deposits –""mud.""Yes mud, said Archie, "the entire riverbed is deep mud and has been here thousands of years – if not more.""On top of which, this was all gravel and rock yesterday," said Dance."Yes, exactly.”"Then where the hell did it go? And the rest of the territory? And those goddamn mountains!"“Yes, exactly."“That ain't no kind of answer."Archie looked up at the Sheriff and said, “Yes I know it's not an answer, I was agreeing with your question.""Then why are you so happy about it?""Because it's a mystery, a great enigma. A puzzle."Dance shook his head and sighed in exasperationArchie smiled and said, "I love puzzles.""Then puzzle me this, who cut the cable?" asked Dance."What,” said Archie."I said, who cut the cable?""Yes, I'm not deaf my good man. What I'm saying is that some thing, not someone cut the telegraph line. This mud is fantastically old. All in all, I think this might just the most remarkable thing I've ever seen."“Mister, your mud ain’t got nothing on that s**t," said Speedy Pete, his eyes bugging out of his head as he pointed down the river.Sheriff Dance followed Pete’s gaze. And there he saw a large wooden ship, glistening in golden hue in the early morning light. As it came around the bend, Dance could hear the beat of a drum pacing time for the craft’s three decks of oarsmen. In front of the ship an evil-looking ram sliced along just below the surface of the water as it raced towards them. Get full access to Patrick E. McLean at patrickemclean.substack.com/subscribe
If you've ever walked into a firehouse and heard someone say, “This isn't what I signed up for,” or if you've thought it yourself, let me relate a quick story. About five, six years ago, I was visiting station 71 in Prescott, Arizona. The engine was dispatched to a lift assist. Now, you may think you know what that is, but this call was not that. Engine 71 arrived to find a woman who needed help getting up into the cab of a U-Haul truck so she could move to a new home. I asked a firefighter why they were answering calls like that, and he said, “Scott, if we don't go, who will?” That's become the definition of an “all-hazards” fire-rescue department these days, it seems. If the cops “serve and protect,” Fire's motto might be something like, “Need help? We'll be there.” But if you joined the fire department thinking you were going to fight fires, you may think you're wasting your time with medical runs to frequent fliers or lift-assists. My guest today says firefighters need to understand that these calls are part of the job, too. They're not throwaways. Bob Horton is the fire chief for Fire District 3 in Jackson County, Oregon. He's on the Board of Directors for the Western Fire Chiefs Association and the Oregon Fire Chiefs Association. He serves on the IAFC's Communications Committee and he also hosts the podcast “Assuming Command.” Want to hear more from Chief Horton? Become a $10-a-month Patron of Code 3 and get access to our library of Bull Session content! http://www.code3podcast.com/support (Just click here.)
“Uncharted” proves that video game adaptations don't have to suck! Need to get in touch with Tucker & The Beard? Facebook: DCFacebook.com/Tuckerandthebeard Instagram: @tuckerandthebeard Twitter: @tuckerandbeard Youtube: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeard Spotify: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonspotify iTunes: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardongoogleplay Got a Movie or Restaurant suggestion? Email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Need to talk Prescott area real estate? Contact Kellen Hoskins at (928)910-5954 or email email@example.com or Edward Tucker at (928)710-4690 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org Or Visit www.newprescotthomes.com Download the Rockstar Backstage Pass App iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rockstar-backstage-pass/id1503240480 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.rsbsp
Are all these moves being done to put the Cowboys in a better position for 2023? What does that mean for McCarthy, Moore and Prescott in 2022? Plus, who's ready to step up and be the No. 1 receiver, should the offensive line still be the focus and could Bobby Wagner be coming to Dallas?
Are all these moves being done to put the Cowboys in a better position for 2023? What does that mean for McCarthy, Moore and Prescott in 2022? Plus, who's ready to step up and be the No. 1 receiver, should the offensive line still be the focus and could Bobby Wagner be coming to Dallas?
54. Seasonal Wellness in the Spring with Christiana Cagnoni Springtime Wellness is living at a healthy level with breath, slowing down, eating the greens, and allowing the earth to illuminate you. Christiana Cagnoni Today's Lexi: Ιδέες— Idées (Ideas) In this episode: Dr of Chinese Medicine Christiana Cagnoni is our special guest to prepare us for the renewal of springtime. When we tap into the change of colors, temperature, energy, and nutrition of mother earth, we can then embrace life with a balance and creativity. The earth supports your creativity with this seasonal shift, but one must slow down a bit, breathe and eat fresh, natural, and organic foods when and if possible. Today's topic brings up the health of the liver, your gallbladder, and your eyes. Did you know that a person who is always angry and shouting most likely has a liver imbalance? It's time to love your liver! Balancing your nutrition will help with organ health, which will help with your outlook and vitality. “Life doesn't have to be so hard.” Eliminate to illuminate your days. Clean out your past and usher in new ideas, new thoughts, and more stability. Remember, when the season changes, we change. Christiana enlightens us with helpful suggestions and practices. Christiana Cagnoni is a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She has been in practice since 1983. She has worked in Chicago, Illinois for 35 years, northern California and for the past 24 years Prescott, Arizona. Her practice, Healing from the Heart consists of traditional therapies such as Acupuncture, Herbal Remedies and Medical Qi Gong, which is her specialty, along with having a Masters Degree in Shiatsu/Anma therapy. Her practice is designed to “help you help yourself”. Her in-depth in-take and wellness program is designed specifically for the individual. She developed the first International Shiatsu Summit held in the suburbs of Chicago and created Manna Vida Center for Wellbeing. She also developed a raw food company for healthy eating called Matter of Flax, that sold products internationally. Christiana Cagnoni M.T.C.M., C.M.S.T., C.S.T. Today's Ola Kala Moment: Today's Ola Kala Moment is how to bring green into your life Resources: Currently Christiana sees patients in person in Prescott, Arizona as well as doing evaluations and teaching of the 6 Healing Sounds of Qigong via the internet. If you are interested in knowing more about Christiana or her work please contact her via phone, 928-308-0880 or by email, email@example.com. http://www.mannavida.co.uk Efxaristo (eucharisto)! Thank you, Kefi Life listeners, for helping us reach the top 5% of podcasts worldwide! Kefi Life is now one of the top 5% most popular shows out of 2.7 million podcasts globally, as ranked by Listen Score's estimated popularity score! Credits: Music: Spiro Dussias Graphic Designer: Susan Jackson O'Leary Please be sure to follow the Kefi L!fe podcast to ensure that you are Ola Kala in mind, body and soul. Insta: kefilife365 For a natural and uplifting support with your health and wellness connect with Kiki to discover the beauty of essentials oils. My.doterra.com/kefilife This episode made possible in part by: The Law Offices of Liston & Tsantilis — Ranked #1 https://www.ltlawchicago.com This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. None of the information should be construed as medical advice. Users are encouraged to seek professional medical assistance for any significant health-related matters.
We traveled and have returned to our space stations! It's great to be busy, blessed and booked but I am dreaming of the next vacation — ha! But, we made it back and we made this week's episode of Let's Have A Fefe work. Does anyone else feel like they have been having a slightly awkward week? We talked about all the things it took for me to make it to Prescott especially after realizing it two days before going to Prescott. But made it. We talked about Tucson and entertainers not following through with their commitments. This then led us to the tip being about how to make commitments, when to say no, and how to maintain a personal and professional relationship with show producers in particular. While on air, we discovered that it's going down in Ukraine with a military operation from Russia. Meanwhile, back home there are so many anti-trans, anti-LGBTQ bills in different states we need to be telling our state reps. and more to fight against them. There's a lot in this episode. Watch the full episode at facebook.com/letshaveafefe or youtube.com/letshaveafefe.
Need to get in touch with Tucker & The Beard? Facebook: DCFacebook.com/Tuckerandthebeard Instagram: @tuckerandthebeard Twitter: @tuckerandbeard Youtube: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeard Spotify: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonspotify iTunes: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardongoogleplay Got a Movie or Restaurant suggestion? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Need to talk Prescott area real estate? Contact Kellen Hoskins at (928)910-5954 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Edward Tucker at (928)710-4690 or email at email@example.com Or Visit www.newprescotthomes.com Download the Rockstar Backstage Pass App iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rockstar-backstage-pass/id1503240480 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.rsbsp
The Prescott area is bursting with creative talent. We don't have to tell you that. Painters, sculptors, jewelers, musicians, and even theater abound. We enjoy a wealth of traditional arts and culture, and today, we get to talk with a creative crew that is taking it to the next level with two different projects. One branch of their endeavors is the 5enses Magazine and Webcast. The Magazine is published by John Duncan and is available for free at locations all over town. It showcases our wealth of local talent in the arts, literature, politics, and science while advocating for a connected community. The webcast - hosted by Robert Zinni - features intimate, unconventional interviews with local and regional luminaries, thinkers, and change-makers. John and Zinni also collaborate - collude? - Conspire! across media and the community in an inventive new kind of performance. The TBD Show is part sketch comedy ala Saturday Night Live, part experimental film company, and part community instigator. Based at Thumb Butte Distillery, the TBD crew brews its own unique recipe of entertainment that you can enjoy live, in person or online from the comfort of your home. Get ready to meet the minds behind 5enses and the TBD Show. SHOW NOTES: https://www.5ensesmag.com/ https://www.5ensesmag.com/webcasts https://www.thetbdshow.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prescottwomanpodcast/support
On Episode 144 we talk about the 355...and Reacher....and The Batman... Need to get in touch with Tucker & The Beard? Facebook: DCFacebook.com/Tuckerandthebeard Instagram: @tuckerandthebeard Twitter: @tuckerandbeard Youtube: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeard Spotify: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonspotify iTunes: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardonitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/tuckerandthebeardongoogleplay Got a Movie or Restaurant suggestion? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Need to talk Prescott area real estate? Contact Kellen Hoskins at (928)910-5954 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Edward Tucker at (928)710-4690 or email at email@example.com Or Visit www.newprescotthomes.com Download the Rockstar Backstage Pass App iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rockstar-backstage-pass/id1503240480 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.rsbsp
BONUS EPISODE: Complete, Start to Finish, Recording of the Town Hall Meeting Held by Indiana's District 33 State Representative J.D. Prescott on Saturday, February 19th, 2022. Host Kristopher H. Bilbrey spliced together 2 separate recordings of the meeting that took place at the Randolph County (Indiana) 4-H Fairgrounds. The audio IS NOT THE BEST... because it wasn't recorded with studio equipment. There are places where the audio gets quiet, loud or cuts out briefly. Please understand this was the best recording that could be made, based off of the original 2 recordings! This was the meeting in which Representative Prescott stormed out, for a short time, after the first comment. He then went back in and a short time later said, "LGBTQ Behavior is not normal behavior and should not be normalized!" There are then many other crazy things he said during the meeting. Give it a listen and then share the show with everyone you know. Republican Brittany Bridges Kloer Candidate for State Representative of Indiana's District 33 (Prescott's May 3rd, 2022 "Primary Election" Opponent). Check out Brittany's campaign page here: https://www.facebook.com/BrittanyKloer33. Time Line: 00:00:00 - 00:19:33 ~ Intro. 00:19:34 - 02:03:43 ~ Prescott Town Hall. 02:03:44 - 02:05:00 ~ Outro. Sponsors for this BONUS Ep: PodBean... https://sponsorship.podbean.com. & Bob McNally's "Strumstick"... https://strumstick.com. Perception IS Reality w/Kristopher H. Bilbrey 03.01.22 Kris can be found @ www.facebook.com/Bilbrey318 (Produced by: The Vulgar Poets)
What's up Listeners! Its your host Chief Swiftwater jumping in for another stacked episode featuring the Magnificent Celestial L'amour, I got to interview them at the Rail Club and talk to them about their Brand NEW single Turn the Page. Be sure to go and follow their instagram @celestiallamourofficial and stream the hell out of ALL the music. Chet Prescott returns to give us another pulse pounding report on the latest and greatest sports news. Go and follow Death Pact and download their new EP from bandcamp. Thank you so much for tuning in. Seriously I appreciate you. Share this episode with the crew and let's beat the algorithm. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/localobscene/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/localobscene/support