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We have a great show today - We are meeting with Mark Dawson, CEO and President of bluefrog Plumbing + Drain.
Bluefrog Plumbing + Drain™ was launched in 2014 by a team with decades of plumbing franchise industry experience. It is a proud member of Home Brands Group™, which manages popular franchise companies that date back to 1979, including the Re-Bath® full bathroom remodeling brand. While bluefrog Plumbing + Drain™ is the newest national plumbing company, we've already made a splash, mixing proven systems and years of experience with new innovation and exceptional territory availabilit
This week, Josh and Joel visit Joel, Joel and Jackson, in the land of Aus' to ask the really important questions like, When can you feed a mogwai? Or is Jonathan Kent a horrible father?
This episode is brought to you by Stitchville Post, monthly knitting or crocheting projects direct to your mailbox, complete with all the supplies necessary, and surprises to boot, get stitchy with an LYS at your address with Stitchville Post http://bit.ly/stitchville
Aztec Plumbing of Cape Coral, FL gives their advice on the best choices in garbage disposals for Florida's aggressive water, and the best ways to maintain a healthy kitchen environment:
- Proper garbage disposal cleaning
- What NOT to put down your garbage disposal
- When to replace your garbage disposal
Free plumbing inspections and free plumber estimates from the plumbing winners of the Best of Southwest Florida award for over 8 years running.
Trust a local Cape Coral, FL plumber with all your plumbing needs. Aztec Plumbing - your personal plumber.
Former KCTV5 Chief Meteorologist Katie Horner joins host Kelly Scanlon to talk about her shift from meteorology to the plumbing industry. Find out how her new company Katie's ASAP Plumbing is getting the attention of women customers and women plumbers, what it's like to transition from a television personality to entrepreneur, and how to set boundaries in a family business.
To listen to more podcasts from host Kelly Scanlon, visit the archives.
Today's guest is jounalist Amy Haimerl author of "Detroit Hustle."
About our guest and her book:
Journalist Amy Haimerl and her husband had been priced out of their Brooklyn neighborhood. Seeing this as a great opportunity to start over again, they decide to cash in their savings and buy an abandoned house for $35,000 in Detroit, the largest city in the United States to declare bankruptcy.
As she and her husband restore the 1914 Georgian Revival, a stately brick house with no plumbing, no heat, and no electricity, Amy finds a community of Detroiters who, like herself, aren't afraid of a little hard work or things that are a little rough around the edges. Filled with amusing and touching anecdotes about navigating a real-estate market that is rife with scams, finding a contractor who is a lover of C.S. Lewis and willing to quote him liberally, and neighbors who either get teary-eyed at the sight of newcomers or urge Amy and her husband to get out while they can, Amy writes evocatively about the charms and challenges of finding her footing in a city whose future is in question. Detroit Hustle is a memoir that is both a meditation on what it takes to make a house a home, and a love letter to a much-derided city.
Check her out at http://amyhaimerl.com/.
Jim Lapointe shares his insight on how to prevent leaky faucets, dripping shower heads.
- Kitchen faucets
- Shower heads
- Florida's aggressive water
- Preventative plumbing maintenance
- Hot water heaters
All About Iowa. Do you want the Iowa Caucuses to determine which presidential candidates are 'viable'? In a state of slightly more than three million people, party leaders expect one hundred fifty thousand to show up to caucus, slightly more than in the 2012 cycle. Over the last year Iowans have been sliced and diced by pollsters, pundits, political psychologists, and sociologists. Anyone who attends political events - and there have been hundreds of them since last year - will see famous candidates, film stars, and national TV stars. It's a spectacle, a circus, and a show being put on for one state. As the hours are counting down to the caucus Monday, February 1st, the Bob Davis Podcasts attends a Marco Rubio rally. One side of the room is reserved for the stage, the other for media. In between, are the Iowans, ready to comment when reporters approach them. Of course reporters will approach, like fish feeding at the water's surface. 'Who will you caucus for?', 'What do you think of Donald Trump?'. The answers to these and many other scintillating questions will be filed, dissected, and added to the national story line. All About Iowa. Fasten your seat belts. A rural backwater, albiet a very nice one with very nice people, is about to decide which candidates are the most viable. At least that's how they see this process. After Monday's caucus, the story lines will change, predictions will be adjusted, and some campaigns will never recover. Is this how we want to elect a president? While there is much to celebrate in the American political system, as I attend events and cover the caucus and the events leading up to it, what comes through louder and clearer is the dark and potentially dangerous relationship between big government, big media, politicians, pollsters and the population of a single state that has insinuated itself into the political process in an unprecedented way. All about Iowa? Indeed. Sponsored by X Government Cars and Ryan Plumbing and Heating of
Rolling The Dice In Iowa. This was a day in which Donald Trump pulled out of the 'sanctioned' Republican debate. Des Moines was beset with a plague of TV trucks, politicians and rallies. Drake hosted two of these events, and after The Bob Davis Podcasts were denied media credentials for the 'sanctioned' Republican debate, we took to waiting in line for our tickets like everyone else. Rand Paul's event at Drake was smaller - no lines snaking around the block - but no less enthusiastic. Paul appeared, and spoke for about 25 minutes about liberty, freedom and The Bill of Rights, saying ideas bring people together, and the concept of freedom seems to be very effective in this effort. Aly Eichman, volunteering for Paul joins the podcasts to talk about Paul's impressive precinct organizing effort, which has netted the Senator as many as one thousand precinct chairs statewide. Remember the Iowa PRECINCT Caucuses? Will that kind of organizing make a difference? Then there's Donald Trump who made sure thousands of people had tickets to an event in an auditorium that accommodates somewhere around 750 to 800. Was it a brilliant move? Will it mean Trump will win Iowa? Standing in line for two hours with Iowans was an eye opener, as well as a hand and feet freezer. Many of the people waiting to see Trump don't plan to caucus for him. It seems they just want to see Trump, like they might come to see Justin Bieber. Here again, we'll see. The more time spent here, the more one concludes this really is rolling The Tumbling Dice. Sponsored by Ryan Plumbing and Heating of Saint Paul and X Government Cars!
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We often want to try and fix our plumbing problems ourselves. There are times though when you need some advice from a plumber.
Our guest today Roger Warren owner of Dependable Plumbing and Well Services in SWFL will be sharing some advice and tips from his many years of experience. He will also be dispelling some myths that will save you money.
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of health questions followed by a interview with Paula Youmell. Paula Youmell is a Wise Woman Nurse (RN), Certified Health Coach, NYS Health & Physical Education Teacher, Fitness & Yoga Teacher, Herbalist, Reiki Master.. Paula's path in this world is to support and guide others in their return to harmony of mind, body, & spirit through nature and natural lifestyle choices. Paula's Health Philosophy: The body is genetically programmed to heal. Check out Paula's books at her website. Paula's website www.PaulaYoumellRN.com
this episode Q&A includes:
• hemorrhoids and internal varicosities- oakbark sitz baths, horse chestnut gel, comfrey leaf infusion, botox...
• liver flush and gallbladder cleanses actually shut liver and gallbladder down- oil comes out in feces as crystals- damage and destroy...
• nicotine, heroin and alcohol withdrawal...
• dermoid cyst- ovarian cyst- fresh chickweed tincture dissolves cysts and visualization...
• glycerin or alcohol tincture- ineffective or effective?
• nourishing herbal infusions give your body the nutrients it needs to heal...
• idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura...
• teas, tinctures and infusions- volatiles, poisons and nourishment...
• linden is a world class anti inflammatory...
• nettle rebuilds adrenals and kidneys why not the spleen too?
• moon lodges are a space to honor women...
• alzheimer's, infusions and nourishing the caretaker...
• dementia vastly improves from being in nature and soothing music from their younger years...
• detoxifying and parasites- parasites highly unlikely with indoor plumbing..