Hello folks and welcome to another episode of the JCast featuring the AudioVillains. This week we recorded a block of episodes just in case we were unable to make this week. Episode 3 contains good laughs, interesting stories and random notes. There are some pops and heavy breathing but once we get better mics for everyone, that will be the thing of the past. It’s actually rather minimal but you’ll be laughing at so much other stuff that you won’t even notice it. If you have any requests for topics or music or people we should interview, make sure to hit us up by emailing email@example.com. Have a good one and make sure to listen and share!
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By Ricardo — 3 years ago
Good morning and welcome back to another episode of Within the Trenches. This is going to be episode 79 and I’m going a little out of order but after recording episode 80, a milestone for the show, I had to post it up right away. Steve of Fairfax County 911 out of Virginia had an excellent story and if you haven’t listened to it yet, you need to. Today’s episode was going to be with Misti, a dispatcher and admin for “911 Dispatchers – Did I Really Say That?” but we had to reschedule so she will be on for a future episode and I look forward to that. My guest today is a good friend of mine and has been on the show before. He is the North Central Regional Director for National NENA and the Director of Vigo county out of Indiana.
In this episode we covered several silly and or ridiculous calls and shared some stories of our own. Below you will find the link to all the calls we referenced from the news affiliates. As always, if you have any questions or would like to be a guest on the show you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
KTUU – Ridiculous 911 calls
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- Suck it call
- Vampire Call
- Seagull Call
- And more
By Ricardo — 5 years ago
Hello everyone, I am back this week for episode 17 of Within the Trenches. This is the last of a series of episodes that were recorded at the Mini-C conference in Boca Raton Florida. In this episode I sat down with four of Palm Beach State College 9-1-1 Dispatch Academy’s finest. The conversation I had with Lisa, Myrnett, Wayne and Kimberly was excellent and refreshing. Their insight and experience going through the academy brought me back to when I first started. My beginning wasn’t as elaborate but it definitely brought me back. Thank you very much for sitting with me and sharing your experience. I have dubbed you the Fearless Four. Good luck on your finals and I know you will do great things.
I want to thank Tom of the Cool Kids of 9-1-1 for inviting Within the Trenches to be part of this and everyone involved in the Mini-C conference and those who were guests on the show. On behalf of Whitney and I, we appreciate it more than you know. If you would like to know more about the Palm Beach State College 9-1-1 Dispatch Academy you can follow the link below. As always you can email the show at email@example.com and make sure to like us on Facebook!
Palm Beach State College 9-1-1 Dispatch Academy | Web
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- Why each one of them wanted to get into dispatching
- Their experience in the academy
- Calls they have listened to
- The recent Bakersfield California call controversy
- Their message to anyone thinking of getting into dispatching
By Ricardo — 6 years ago
Good afternoon everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve written out of post that didn’t have to do with school or the JCast. I promise to get back to my roots and with that said I have a funny article for you today. This morning I made breakfast for my son and I. We were trying to figure out what to watch and decided to go with Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, the version with Gene Wilder. This movie has to be one of my all time favorites and watching my eight year old get a kick out of it makes me smile.
As we watched and laughed at the sarcasm of Wonka, I tweeted a few items of curiosity on the movie over Twitter. For example,
@rmIIvisions: Curiosity: if Charlie’s mom can sing like an angel then why the hell are they poor? #willywonkaandthechocolatefactory
My tweets go from Twitter to my wall on Facebook. It started there and as you can see from the picture below it went a bit further. So…what if social media, YouTube and funny meme’s were around during this time?
With Willy Wonka’s sarcasm it would make for an excellent day of tweets from the tour. What about right before he walked out to greet the public or when everyone got on the boat?
@TheRealWillyWonka: Phew, about to walk out to greet these people, pretend I’m stroking out, fall and jump up. #beingcheeky
@TheRealWillyWonka: Just dropped some acid and now to freak them out on my boat. Maybe sing and scream. #freakout
@TheRealWillyWonka: Just showed them #WonkaVision & this kid Mike just shrunk himself. Oh well… #ontothetaffyroom
You have to admit that it would be very funny! The entire cast would have excellent tweets! They would be recording video’s and posting them to YouTube and as my friend Matt mentioned, Charlie’s mom would have gone viral with her “Cheer Up Charlie” song and they would be rich! It would be awesome and what I would like from you are some comments with more mock Twitter or Facebook status messages from the cast. Use your imagination folks and lets have some fun! The best comments will be featured on the next episode of the JCast! Cheers!Post Views: 133