Hello everyone and welcome to another installment of the AudioVillains podcast on Jabber Log. This week is part 2 of the Vintastic Voyage with our good friend Vinnie. We were on location at the Higher Ground Farms and it was a beautiful day. In this episode we share our thoughts on medical marijuana and where the state of Michigan is headed in the future. Episode 29 of the AudioVillains is jam packed with interesting facts and vulgar humor so get ready!
As always you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org and if you would like to be a guest make sure to contact us for in-house or Skype interviews. Cheers!
Episode topics –
- Lip jackets – a.k.a. mustache
- Medical Marijuana
- Growing tips
- The interpretation of the medical marijuana law in Michigan
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In this episode I got the chance to speak with Bill about his 9-1-1 dispatch career after retiring from the military and how crucial it is to follow protocols in the center. Bill shares a story where confirming the location was not followed and how critical it is to do so in an emergency. If you ever wanted to know what you need when calling 9-1-1, this is the episode for you. Please check it out and share it.
This is the last episode recorded at the IAED’s annual NAVIGATOR conference and it was a complete success. Thank you to everyone with the IAED for the hospitality and giving me the opportunity to attend the conference, speak and do the podcast.
To learn more about the IAED and the Annals of Emergency Dispatch & Response follow the links below. As always if you have any comments, questions or you would like to be a guest on the show, please send an email to email@example.com.
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- Bill’s 9-1-1 story
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By Ricardo — 7 years ago
There comes a time when one realizes the power of music. Our lives revolve around it. Music can tug at our emotional strings, influence how we feel, and pinpoint a specific memory from our past. I for one can recall a memory with a song and explain in detail what was going on just by hearing that one song. It’s interesting how we can do this. We relate our memories and experiences in life with music. To me it’s rather therapeutic.
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“My gift of writing was revealed at age twelve after a devastating back injury ended my hopes of being an elite gymnast. In order to express the pain I was experiencing and the frustration of not being heard, I began pouring myself into writing lyrics.”
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Also remember that tomorrow is the day that the No 9 Needed campaign asks that you change your social media profile pictures to the No 9 Needed logo in support of Kari’s Law. For more information on Kari’s Law please follow this link.
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