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Brass locomotives are dead. There's no point in buying them. They're a bad investment. In fact, we couldn't understand why anybody would even want to buy and sell them until we met Matt Dowd at Resourced Rail's. Not only is Matt an avid Model Railroader but he's been an avid collector and trader of brass locomotives in all scales for decades, and now he's turned it into a full-time business. We decided to have a return visit to find out how this fledgling company turned into a full-time job for Matt who now employs seven people to help him keep up with demand. Plus he tells us all about his exciting trip to the “Land of the Rising Sun” and what model railroading is like in Japan as he introduces us to some of the great brass locomotive builders of our time. It's a great episode and one we're all sure you'll enjoy!!
In 1914, as German forces quickly outmaneuvered Allied armies in the opening days of the war, there was some suspicion among the Allies that the circuses that had traveled around Europe in the years before the war – many of which were owned by German families or had German names – had helped prepare the German army by perfecting the art of rapid and efficient mobilization and transport. Even Americans – not yet involved in the war – suspected this to be the case and looked at circuses like the Ringling Brothers with suspicion. Was this true? Did armies prior to World War I study circus logistics? If so, how did they adapt this expertise? To help explore this topic, the World War I hosted Matthew Fraas, Education Specialist at the U.S. Army Transportation Museum.US Army Transportation Corps Museum Home Page Follow us: Twitter: @MacArthur1880 Amanda Williams on Twitter: @AEWilliamsClark Facebook/Instagram: @MacArthurMemorial www.macarthurmemorial.org
A plan to move several railroad networks underground is gonna cost us 10 times more than we expected. And now with the Olympics coming... they'll probably do it. Taylor Anderson is an editor at Building Salt Lake and discusses the plan.
Are you going to start over with your layout, or have you been thinking of modeling something else altogether? We discuss those options in this podcast. We asked our panel what changes they would make. Different scale? Era? Railroad of choice?Our panel for this episode is Ken Borowski, Joe Binish, Mike Jordan, and your host, Thomas W. Gasior MMR.We discuss DCC systems and operations changes, including scenery and layout design.Two Plastic Garbage Twist Ties sponsor our podcast.Plus, the usual outtakes.
Originally released May 31, 2021. When Adobe announced it would be discontinuing Flash in 2017, developers started replacing it with newer, more robust software. But one railroad system in Dalian, China didn't get the memo. When it was finally globally disabled in January of 2021, the entire railroad was disabled. In this episode, I get nostalgic about the good ole' days of flash animation, then tell the story about how it affected the railroad. Then we chat with Erik Tait, from Ships of the Northern Fleet and Penn & Teller Fool Us for the Quick Quiz! Review this podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-internet-says-it-s-true/id1530853589 Bonus episodes and content available at http://Patreon.com/MichaelKent For special discounts and links to our sponsors, visit http://theinternetsaysitstrue.com/deals
It's the OVR Pop-Up event #2 with several great guests, a mediocre introduction, and a Marginally Adequate wrap-up show. We'll hear interviews from Nick Masney of ITLA Models, with lots of great products and is as excited about the future of the hobby as anybody, next up is Andrew Duns, who's partners with Lorne James in the OVR Trains manufacturing business, then we hear from our old buddy George Bogatiuk from SoundTraxx who can dispense more information in 10 minutes than most people can in an hour. Finally, we meet legendary accordion player Walter Ostanek, a three-time Grammy award winning musician who's travelled the world and been on just about every show there is such as Johnny, Carson, Lawrence Welk, Don Ho, Phil Donahue etc. etc. Walter is still going strong at the age of 88 and it was a real thrill to meet him and spend quality time chatting about his life. This is a great podcast and one you're sure you'll enjoy!!
Bing Crosby Podcast 1948-11-24 Guests Dorothy Kirsten, Bert Lahr, Al Jolson 1948-11-25 (315) Guest Victor Mature, Gordon MacRae's Railroad Hour 1948-11-29 (09) Rudy Vallee in New Moon
Join us as we check out another show from the eTown archives! This week, we're featuring progressive bluegrass-influenced Americana band Railroad Earth and blues powerhouse Matt Andersen. Our interview guest for the week is the President of Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, Bill Bennet, who chats with Nick about providing financial assistance to struggling musicians. That's all this week on eTown! Visit our Youtube Channel to see artist interviews, live recordings, studio sessions, and more! Be a part of the audience at our next recording: https://www.etown.org/etown-hall/all-events/
#961 - Don Brewer of Grand Funk Railroad The Don Brewer of Grand Funk Railroad Interview is featured on The Paul Leslie Hour. Are you here? Welcome to The Paul Leslie Hour home of interviews with some of the great artists of our time. Grand Funk Railroad is one of the most beloved rock bands in history. Formed in the 1970s, the band has gone on to become one of the most influential rock bands in American history. The "American Band" is currently touring the nation. In this interview from our radio archives, Paul caught up with founding member and drummer Don Brewer for an exclusive interview. Don Brewer talked about Grand Funk Railroad's storied history and gave his opinions on the state of the current music business. Please remember to subscribe to Paul Leslie's YouTube channel. It helps us and it helps the artists we interview. And with that, I think it's time we hear this interview with Don Brewer of Grand Funk Railroad!
Hello Travelers! Today we are continuing our long-play attraction series with a full hour of the complete grand circle tour of the Disneyland park via the Disneyland Railroad, as recorded by host Ric. This episode has no intro nor outro - just the clean ride audio - and since we normally mention them, thanks so much to our patrons who support us at the Beautiful Tomorrow level on Patreon for helping make what we do possible: Beck Cassell Bill And Erin Ziese Bryony Grant David Kraus Debbie Gembala Derek from Satisfactual Sign Company Eric Steinhauer Hannah Ginn Jessica Davis Jon Hamilton Joshua Nakano Lindsay O'Connell Meredith Izzo Michelle Ketchum What Disney says about the Disneyland Railroad: "Steam along the banks of the Rivers of America and behold rugged landscapes inspired by 4 of America's majestic rivers: the Mississippi, the Columbia, the Missouri and the Rio Grande. Each are carefully recreated, complete with indigenous rock formations, wildlife and picturesque waterfalls." As always, use good listening devices as we always record in 4 channel surround sound. We hope you enjoy the episode and thanks so much for following along! If you like what we do, consider joining our crew on Patreon. They help us keep our podcast train on the tracks! Visit us a walkabouttheworld.com - find links to all the things - attraction episodes, Insta accounts of all the hosts, and even how to buy your own Walkabout shirt! Look us up at @WalkaboutWDW on Instagram and drop us a note to say hi. You can now also drop us at line at email@example.com. Say hi, tell us how you found us, and give us some suggestions on things you'd love to hear. Please consider giving us a rating and review wherever you listen - it really helps. Walkabout The World is a weekly Disney podcast, always recorded on property at Walt Disney World or Disneyland Resort with the simple goal of making you feel like you are in the middle of the magic.
After the Civil War, a new form of slavery took hold in the U.S. and lasted more than 60 years. Associated Press reporters Margie Mason and Robin McDowell investigate the chilling history of how Southern states imprisoned mainly Black men, often for minor crimes, and then leased them out to private companies – for years, even decades, at a time. The team talks with the descendant of a man imprisoned in the Lone Rock stockade in Tennessee nearly 140 years ago, where people as young as 12 worked under inhumane conditions in coal mines and inferno-like ovens used to produce iron. This system of forced prison labor enriched the Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Co. – at the cost of prisoners' lives. At the state park that sits on the former site of the Lone Rock stockade, relics from the hellish prison are buried beneath the soil. Archeologist Camille Westmont has found thousands of artifacts, such as utensils and the plates prisoners ate off. She has also created a database listing the names of those sent to Lone Rock. A team of volunteers are helping her, including a woman reckoning with her own ancestor's involvement in this corrupt system and the wealth her family benefited from. The United States Steel Corp. helped build bridges, railroads and towering skyscrapers across America. But the company also relied on forced prison labor. After U.S. Steel took over Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad in 1907, the industrial giant used prison labor for at least five more years. During that time, more than 100 men died while working in its massive coal mining operation in Alabama. U.S. Steel has misrepresented this dark chapter of its history. And it has never apologized for its use of forced labor or the lives lost. The reporters push the company to answer questions about its past and engage with communities near the former mines. This is an update of an episode that originally aired in September 2022. Support Reveal's journalism at Revealnews.org/donatenow Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get the scoop on new episodes at Revealnews.org/newsletter Connect with us on Twitter,Facebook and Instagram
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Good News: Hundreds of acres of redwood forest have been returned to Indigenous care, Link HERE. The Good Word: A powerful reminder about patience and persistence. Good To Know: More fun information about Disneyland! Good News: An oil company CANCELS ITS OWN LEASE in the Arctic Wildlife Refuge! Link HERE. Wonderful World: Learn about the […]
In this episode, we dive into Abby Goldsmith's insights on serials, her decade-long publishing expedition, and the evolution of her magnum opus. Discover how her journey from gaining her first thousand followers on Railroad led to securing a publishing deal and releasing her debut book. Join the Six-Figure Subscription Author Accelerator: https://learn.subscriptionsforauthors.com/subscriptions-for-authors-accelerator Attend the 2024 Subscriptions for Authors Summit: https://summit.subscriptionsforauthors.com/ Abby's Links: Abby's website: https://abbygoldsmith.com/ Abby's subscription: https://www.patreon.com/abbygoldsmith Join our community of subscription authors: https://www.facebook.com/groups/subscriptionsforauthors Free subscription insights delivered to your inbox each week: https://subscriptionsforauthors.com/ And join Ream, the subscription platform by authors for authors: https://www.reamstories.com Review/rate Subscriptions for Authors on your favorite podcast distributor. You can also find the episode transcripts here: https://subscriptionsforauthors.com/podcasthome ABOUT SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR AUTHORS We are the premier community to learn about making money from subscriptions as an author. We have this weekly podcast, our Facebook Group with hundreds of fellow authors, and a newsletter where we are committed to having the best free educational resources and networking for authors looking to break into this exciting new publishing model. We are led by Emilia Rose (six figures a year on subscriptions and steamy romance author) and Michael Evans (sci-fi thriller author and newbie to subscriptions, but excited to learn). Subscriptions are hard for authors, we hope this community makes it easier for you. But we also know how tough it can be using technology platforms that always feel like they are working against you. That's why we are building Ream... oh... and about that... ABOUT REAM Ream is a platform that helps authors make money with subscriptions. Think of us like Patreon built for fiction authors by fiction authors. And our mission is simple: to help more authors pursue their storytelling dreams full-time (and for those full-time to make even more money and have more control while doing so). The platform allows writers to build communities around their stories and charge a monthly fee that rewards their super fans with connection and access. You can join Ream and start making money from subscriptions on the only platform built by authors for authors: https://reamstories.com
Hello Model Railroaders! Tonight, on the Second Section Podcast we have Gary Ruming on our show! Gary will be showing us his fantastic shelf HO Scale Shelf Layout. He will share with us how he is able to add great details to scenes on his layout and what he's doing in the hobby!Gary is also one of the creators of Platform1 MRC Facebook Group: / 947565568632409 And he can be found on YouTube as well here: / @gaz3801 Make sure you check his channel out and subscribe! Want to hear and see more of the Second Section Podcast? Check out the links below!Subscribe to our channel by clicking here: https://www.youtube.com/c/SecondSecti...Wanna be part of the Section Crew? Join our Facebook community here: www.facebook.com/groups/secondsectionpodcast/Check us out at our website: https://secondsectionpodcast.com/Music: Good for Nothing Safety by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/
It's the end of the Ken McCorry forty-seven-part trilogy of one of the best layouts in all of North America, from its humble beginnings in a townhouse to a dedicated thirty-three hundred square foot barn this story about a man and his dream is completed for now. There so much to learn about the Buffalo Line and in this series of podcasts we only managed to scratch the surface. With an actual quarter mile of mainline and eleven different branches, this one of the most extensive and exciting to run model railroads ever built. But don't be mistaken, operations on this railroad are taken very seriously and you can't just step into a job of your choosing without being fully qualified as the Evel Overlord found out. Ken was a great guest and after a brief pause due to medical complications, we were able to bring this series to close. It's a great podcast and one we're sure you'll enjoy!!
What incredible times we are living in as we are getting ever-increasing clarity of the will of God for His people, the Nation of Israel. “Underground Railroad” delivered by Pastors Wade and Matthew, helped answer the question of the reason for the establishment of One Association Europe and the role that we play in the overall plan of God to see the fulfillment of what He said He would do for His people, Israel. Through examining the scriptures from the right end of the book, we understand what God said would happen to His people, the realities of what is to come, and the commitment that we as gentiles are making to serve Israel today, and in the days to come. We are building the Underground Railroad.
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This week we look at the Santa Fe Railroad at Disneyland plus some details on the postcards sent from Disneyland. Plus incoming mail from @jamalfox and @disneyinpopculture Follow Disney in Pop Culture Below are some of the regulars on Art Throw Down, Follow all of them on Instagram anyway for great art and postcards in your Instagram feed: Hipstadufus, luluvision, jlynch9923, greenmosspaper, georgemailsart, state_of_the_funyun, RussRomano2021
+++Triggerwarnung: in dieser Folge sprechen wir über sexuellen Missbrauch und sexuellen Missbrauch an Kindern+++ Es ist wieder soweit, eine neue Folge ist online. Diesmal hat Kim sich das Thema "Reisende Mörder" gewünscht und dazu gibt es zwei neue spannende Fälle. Fall 1: Eine Reihe von Einbrüchen und Morden versetzt die USA in Angst und schrecken. Schnell wird klar, der Täter muss sehr mobil sein, denn manchmal sind bis zu 1000 Meilen zwischen den Tatorten. Bis der Zusammenhang zwischen den Fällen erkannt wurde, vergeht einige Zeit. Als ein Officer aus Texas genauer hinsah, sollte schnell klar werden, dass es sich hier um eine Serie von Taten in verschiedenen Bundesstaaten handelt. Die Jagd nach Angel Maturino Resendez sollte beginnen. Fall 2: David McVicker wurde im September 1975 entführt und misshandelt. Der Unbekannte lässt ihn gehen, wird bei einer Gegenüberstellung allerdings von David erkannt und anschließend verhaftet. Bei seiner Festnahme sagte er: "beim nächsten mal, wird es keine Zeugen geben". Aus dieser Aussage wird bittere Realität. Nur wenige Jahre später wird der Freeway Killer geboren.
On this episode of Our American Stories, here to tell the story is Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist, Scott Shane. Shane is the author of "Flee North: A Forgotten Hero and the Fight for Freedom in Slavery's Borderland." Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Allan Sanders v. Union Pacific Railroad Co.
Sherman's March to the Sea is remembered for brutal tactics that confiscated or destroyed food, livestock, and supplies. Railroads were dismantled, and industry disrupted. The devastation was widespread, and not only limited to military targets. Homes, farms, and civilian infrastructure became casualties of the ...
One of the most memorable stops during the whirlwind week of the Texas Express 2023 NMRA National Convention was the visit to Devin Jackson & Family's Mesquite Belt, located about 2 hours south of Fort Worth in the town of Palestine. Joining me on the trip were Don Irace and Mark Herrick and on arrival, we were amazed to see a depot building in the backyard containing a large and well done HO scale layout. On this episode, we talk about that visit and how the depot building, name and layout came to be. We also learn how this project has been a family affair and how all Jacksons have benefited from the hobby.Check out the Mesquite Belt on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/groups/79388438443Learn more about the Mesquite Belt Railroad on their website:https://www.mesquitebelt.com/Pre-order your Home Shops Mesquite Belt Tangent PS-4427 Covered Hopper today!https://homeshops.net/pages/home-shops-pre-order-pageSupport the podcast and get yourself signed up for free giveaways by becoming a member of the ATLP Operating Crew!patreon.com/AroundTheLayoutPodcastCheck out our website: www.aroundthelayout.comFollow us on Facebook: facebook.com/aroundthelayoutSend us an email: firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you to our show sponsor, Weather My Trains:https://weathermytrains.com/
Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen v. National Railroad Passenger Corporation
The U.S. transcontinental railroad is considered one of the biggest accomplishments in American history. Completed in 1869, it was the first railroad to connect the East to the West. It cut months off trips across the country and opened up Western trade of goods and ideas throughout the U.S.But building the railroad was treacherous, brutal work. And the companies leading the railroad project had a hard time retaining American workers. So they began to recruit newly arrived immigrants for the job, mainly Chinese and Irish. And these immigrants, who risked their lives to construct the railroad, have largely been left out of the story.In recent years, though, there has been a new emphasis on reframing the narrative to include the perspectives, contributions and struggles of railroad workers, not only in scholarship, but in the arts.On Nov. 17, Cal Performances is presenting American Railroad by Silk Road Ensemble, as part of its 2023-24 season of Illuminations: Individual and Community. It's one of several notable works in recent years that explores the lives of the immigrants who built the U.S. transcontinental railroad.Listen to the episode and read the transcript on Berkeley News (news.berkeley.edu).Music by Silkroad Ensemble and Blue Dot Sessions.Photo courtesy of San Francisco Public Library. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tillsonburg, Tillsonburg, my back still aches when I hear that word. However, one thing that Tillsonburg does have, is one of the best model railroad shops in all of Canada, ideally located about two hours from Toronto, Buffalo and Detroit. Our very own, Lorne James and his wife Sara are the proud owners of Otter Valley Railroad and decided to host a day long show for some of the best manufacturers in the hobby. The AML Nation decided to send one of its crack reporters to this event for interviews and what's happening in the hobby. None of those people were available so instead they sent the Evel Overlord, and he got a chance to talk with several of the attendees. It's a great podcast, so grab yourself a big bowl of shredded sales receipts, all cool glass of left-over soda and enjoy!!
Some have expressed concerns over a lack of competition in the U.S. rail freight and passenger services markets. How the U.S. freight rail system works and is competition an issue in the sector? Dr. Russell Pittman, the Director of Economic Research in the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, examines the state of competition in the freight rail sector with Barry Nigro and Anora Wang. We'll take a deep dive into the participants of the market, the competition concerns, the recent challenges, and high-level observations. Join us to learn more! With special guest: Dr. Russell Pittman, Director of Economic Research, Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice Related Links: Press Release, STB Issues Proposed Rule Regarding Reciprocal Switching for Inadequate Service (Sept. 7, 2023) Press Release, Surface Transportation Board Adopts New Rules for Smaller Rate Disputes (Dec. 19, 2022) Press Release, STB Approves CP/KCS Merger with Conditions and Extended Oversight Period (Mar. 15, 2023) Hosted by: Barry Nigro, Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP and Anora Wang, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
In this bedtime story for the curious, we explore the history of American railroads. From the opening of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1830 to the Transcontinental Railroad, the rise of magnates like Cornelius Vanderbilt or Jay Gould and the transformations in the way Americans lived and consumed, I invite you to travel with me on this geographical, cultural and economic epic. Listen on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@LightsOutLibraryov ¿Quieres escuchar en Español? Echa un vistazo a La Biblioteca de los Sueños! En Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1t522alsv5RxFsAf9AmYfg En Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/la-biblioteca-de-los-sue%C3%B1os-documentarios-para-dormir/id1715193755 En Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@LaBibliotecadelosSuenosov
The Lucky Mojo Hoodoo Rootwork Hour is a real, live call-in show where the general public gets a chance to ask about actual problems with love, career, and spiritual protection, and we recommend and fully describe hoodoo rootwork spells to address, ameliorate, and remediate their issues. We begin this show with a Tutorial on Railroad Magic. You will learn a lot just by listening -- but if you sign up at the Lucky Mojo Forum and call in and your call is selected, you will get a free consultation from three of the finest workers in the field, cat yronwode, ConjureMan, and a special guest, Miss Maranda. Sign up before the show to appear as a client! Post at the Lucky Mojo Forum at: https://forum.luckymojo.com/lucky-mojo-radio-show-11-12-23-railroad-magic-miss-cat-conjureman-miss-maranda-t98910.html Then call in at 818-394-8535 and dial '1' to flag our Studio Board Operator that you want to be on the air! We select new client sign-ups first and then call-back sign-ups. Call in just before the show begins and listen via your phone. Message the Announcer or the Studio Board Operator ("Lucky Mojo Curio Company") in chat to let them know you're available.
Join us for this week's episode of Roundhouse Crosstalk. In this episode we sit down with Stephen R. Brown to learn about his new book Dominion: The Railway and The Rise of Canada about the building of Canada's Transcontinental Railroad. Learn More: https://www.amazon.com/Dominion-Railway-Canada-Stephen-Bown/dp/0385698720
My guests for the show are Alec Herman of Bridge Line Design and Matt Herman of 3D Central. (https://3dcentraltrains.com/) With the inflection point for 3D printing now achieved, it’s amazing what these two, along with a host of other talented The post Download the November 2023 Crew Call (Vol. 4-5)With Mike Rose! appeared first on Crew Call With Mike Rose.
Staci's guest is the incredibly talented and legendary musician and vocalist, Mark Farner. He is a founding member of the original Grand Funk Railroad and a platinum recording artist. You know and love him from classic rock staples like “I'm Your Captain” (Closer to Home)” “We're An American Band” and “Heartbreaker.” He's also in Staci's documentary, “The Ventures: Stars on Guitars.” As 2023 closes out, Mark has three big projects that he's working on and releasing—a re-discovered concert from 1989, Farner's chords instructional guitar playing videos, and a new album that's produced by Mark Slaughter. He also discusses Lynn Goldsmith's creative influence on GFR, the magic of the cowbell, and shares his own personal rock & roll nightmare!
In the latest episode, Tim Ballard and Operation Underground Railroad find themselves entangled in new accusations outlined in the recently revised civil lawsuit involving sexual misconduct. The new claims paint a complex picture, implicating Apostle and the LDS Church in the release of tithing records to Tim Ballard, enabling him to selectively target affluent individuals for donations. Additionally, the allegations extend to Sean Reyes, involving charges of obstruction of justice and witness tampering in the ongoing criminal investigation in Davis County. Notably, Glenn Beck enters the narrative, allegedly sending emails to Tim Ballard, guiding him on navigating the accusations and acting as a "fixer." I delve into the intricacies of court documents, shedding light on the breadth of allegations faced by Tim Ballard and why, if true, this development raises serious concerns for donors.FIND CHILLER QUEEN ONLINE:Website: http://chillerqueenpodcast.comIG: https://instagram.com/chillerqueenpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/chillerpodYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUfvD-yYMHrfm6WKnopwopw ACCESS PREMIUM CONTENT:Rokfin: https://rokfin.com/chillerqueenpodcast(subscribe for ad free listening/early episode drops) JOIN THE COMMUNITY OF WEIRD:Discord: https://discord.com/invite/GHESH8aa FIND AVERY ONLINE:IG: https://instagram.com/averydopecookTikTok: https://tiktok.com/averydopecook Thanks so much for listening. Stay weird my friends, and don't forget to question everything..
Hour 1—The Daily Big 3— Live from STUDIO G- in the heart of America- I'm STEVE GRUBER- saying the things you wish you could -every day- fighting for you from the Foxhole of Freedom and defending this great nation-- this is THE STEVE GRUBER SHOW! Here are 3 big things you need to know right now— Number One— A co-founder of Home Depot Bernie Marcus says his customers are getting killed by inflation—and says Biden's bad policies are crushing ordinary Americans every single day— Number Two— In Indiana—a woman was arrested for intentionally crashing her car into a school in Indianapolis—she did so because she thought Jewish kids were inside—welcome to Joe Biden's America— Number Three— Well we need to talk about some things and we need to discuss the railroad job that activists at many levels are trying to pull on former President Donald Trump in that New York Courtroom— Look, everybody, and I mean everybody including the prosecution team—the judge, the President, his team and most importantly the American people understand—everything that is happening with all of these indictments are a sham—and the legal system is being used as a weapon a cudgel against Donald Trump— I mean yesterday the judge in the case, Arthur Engoron who has already decided the outcome of the case—because he is ignorant of real estate valuations and business in America—he is financially illiterate it sounds like— went after the former President time and again— BUT worse, he is trying to silence Donald Trump in the courtroom—and you don't have to take my word for it—he said it himself inside the courtroom Monday— several times— Here are some of the things the judge is quoted as saying inside the courtroom on Monday— “Please just answer the questions, no speeches” “Please control your client, this is not a political rally, this is a courtroom” “I don't want to hear everything he has to say” And “I'm not here to hear what he has to say…he goes into speeches” During a break—the rogue AG decided to start working the compliant press outside— And this is just one example of the cases being created all in an effort to keep Donald Trump from making it to the ballot on November 5, 2023—and with new polling showing Trump in an ever more dominant position the fear on the left is growing by the day— Of course the former President was happy to speak with the press too— And his legal team knows this case is not going anywhere without a series of appeals—because of the treatment from the biased judge in the case—and of course the AG that promised to “get Trump” if she was elected— And like I said—the 90 however many indictments are not rooted in good cases—they are rooted in the abject fear the left has of secure borders, sound economic policies, common sense measures on abortion and a host of other things that Donald Trump will return to the White House in January of 2025— The polls have set the Democrats hair on fire— And the panic button is being hit—the fire alarm pulled—the glass broken—BUT Joe Biden is oblivious to all of it—BUT high profile experts for the Democrats are not— And when facts don't work—just make stuff up—that seems to be the plan for the Democrats—
It's part three of the Ken McCorry Chronicles, and during this episode, we tried to convince him to let us take the Corvette out for a spin. We also investigate the changing eras and railroads on the three-hundred-mile-long Buffalo Line and what's behind them. We find out how difficult it is, how much different equipment is needed and what's behind it all. For this podcast were joined by former Conrail employee Doug Watts who's been operating on Ken‘s layouts before the barn was even built. Plus, there's plenty of discussion about how to maintain one of the largest layouts in the country. It's a great podcast and one for sure you'll enjoy!!
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Wow, another episode, heroic. Anyways, this is on the Erie Railroad War, features a lot of hilariously expensive gilded age financial flim-flams, scams, double-backs, cons, swindles, bunkos, hoaxes over control of a railroad that takes you to Niagara Falls. Ties in nicely with recent crypto scams, Elon Musk, and other SEO terms (supreme court). I forgot how to log into the website for awhile to upload this.
In this episode Kevin reviews legend of the Winsted Wildman from Winsted CT. And in part two of the show, Bill covers an encounter from some railroad "hobos" in an encounter with Bigfoot. And some great listener mail from many of you so please join us! Thank you for listening!www.bigfootterrorinthewoods.comProduced by: "Bigfoot Terror in the Woods L.L.C."This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4656375/advertisement
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