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It’s Kim from North Wales/ Giving us an audio/ Tour of her home

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It’s Kim from North Wales/

Giving us an audio/

Tour of her home 

G-Shock and John E. Motions take a quick jaunt to the UK to meet with their gracious host, Kim, from North Wales. 

Aha, welcome back to the EMO. Do Jo, Iam Johnny Motions, and this is signal jams. So today I thought it would be fun tobring you and Gary along on a quick trip over to north Wales. I don't knowanything about North Wales. I didn't until we got there and we learned aboutit from a nice lady make him up to that point. I just thought it waspart of like England or something a state in England. Now it's a totallydifferent country. The native language is Welsh, whichsounds like a mixture between Hebrew and Mandrin Chinese. It's wild. I tellyou the name of her town, but it's the longest name of a town in Europe, and Ican't pronounce it so anyway. Let's have fun. Let's drop into North Walesand visit with Kim O it's busy. It's not busy. I mean likein the biggest town around where I live is pretty quiet. Some pretty hilly,Mountaine kind of thing is no one there, as does say like the city of liver orwould be, or something like that. That sounds pretty. So how tall are thetallest buildings in your town? Probably my house and that's not verytall, so it's like a two story. Town maybelike there might be a bank or a shop down in the busy section that has twostores, but it's generally a kind of a low you can see the tree tops yeah. Absolutely I mean I, while I'mtalking to you guys now, I'm looking at the trees and yeah so I'd say it. You know I like to think that it's a reallysmall place, but then some people say it's not as small as you think it is.I'm like well yeah, I kind of is you know it's quite tilly comparitive andespecially from like the US or you know, it's no amount of high scale comparedto the US, for example. So yeah you know, we've got banks,we've got two story primer. I mean that's pretty awesome, so you know it'sfunny with the way you are describing your home town and your lovely accent.It kind of bulls me off into a dreamland. I can picture it all verymuch, so this is working out. My idea isworking. This is great yeah, it's like I mean it's, abeautiful, absolutely sudden place to live. Genuinely. You know if you like this kind of thing, I mean,if you like beaches without the sun, that's pretty cool, you know I mean, is truly a sun place. I mean mypartner moved from a city to come and see me onholiday and he never left a wan like eight years ago. So I mean this goingto be something about the place. Not just me right, Oh yeah, for sure. LikeI've done the same thing, I've lived in cities and escaped to the outskirts ofyou know the country basically and yeah. There's a lot of allure, especially ifyou just if you're over the whole rush, the the hype, are you under a fiftythousand population? Oh, that is a good question. You want to googling on trackbecause I don't know. I was just curious to see how many people live. Weare in your town. What kind of shops do you have? Do you have any like nationalchain groceries? You know restaurants and things like that, or is it mostlylocal, mom and pop shops. It is and we're getting more and morechains over I mean like you've got MacDonald's yeah you've got CROC andthen you go on yeah, but you have got a really good, fairshare of homemade businesses. You know and like homemadefood places like the popes, and you know it, restaurants, which areincredible, but they like. For example, we have oneof place called Gela Villans and it's amazing. So now he got from a littlehome based little shop to own in, like for all over north Wales, so that'slike yeah, so that I might be fine now actually, but if you know since I likeit's just incredible but yeah, we do have like little ole things like that,as well as what sort of food does dillon have? Is a restaurant or is ashop? Yet it's a restaurant. It's all about stood. I mean, for example, fishringers as food. It yeah. It is incredible. Okay, I'm youknow, I'm not affiliating with him. I nothing. I don't even actually know theguy. I know the people in cycle place and it's the finish is incredible. It'sall seafood and it's all court by the sea, where I live, which is even moreincredible. Yeah, that's so I got a question fora him.

I have heard time and time again thatBritish food is very bland. What makes it very bland? Oh you know I. I love my Fag. I Like Ilove trying different foods and stuff, so I won't try anything about when peoplesay it's bland. I know maybe they're just think of one type of food. I don'tknow like. I remember some thing like a British thing is fishing chips which itis, but I mean like the fishing ship. Fish and tips are absolutely gorgeousyea, depending on a go. You know in what fish yet so it does some peoplejust say: Oh Burger and chips, but again that Dugit depends on loveWasiyat, so do I I mean it was dressed last week that me and a parer went outand we got white base fish with checks and it was like it wasso nice. It was in credible, so yeahs make it blond, I don't know, maybe theydon't use. Spices, like that's don't know, sounds like it's probably one ofthose stereotypes. We grew up with like airplane food, old, old folks, homefood, British food. They you know in America. They say that, but I mean yeah,it's probably just the lack of salt spices yeah. I guess so, and maybe it'sthe lack of knowledge of what food to where to go as if to say as well andyou're you to so. You grew up with the Internet. So once the Internet happenedall food exploded everywhere I mean a everywhere. Anybody had the Internet.You could now start making what you wanted to, but you're in a particularlynice spot for fresh seafood. So that's pretty amazing. Absolutely in mygranddad goes a shop as well. So I was like. I was really fortunate growing up,but you know you go. I always got to say different feels different places.Yeah is incredible. Do you hang out at the beach? Is Your town close enough todrive to the beach on the weekend? It is is close enough to walk toactually three of them yeah. Yes, I am beach is my safe space or on topof a mountain I mean most of my face: Boticourtbeaters and just boring old photos, but so incredible. At the same time, I love the bit genuinely and even on arainy story. Day is well. I Love Beach Yeah in California. There are once youget up above San Francisco. A lot of the beaches are similar to those typeof beaches. You have they're, mostly fogged, in lots of Sea Gulls. Lots ofyou know just muted tones, it's not bikinis and palm trees by any means,but they're really romantic and calming yeah, absolutely and like said yeah,it's perfect and it is somewhere. I go on my own as well to get someinspiration for work, or it's also a place that I go and take my family on anice day and yeah, it's incredible. So what do you do for work in town? Do youcommute out to a city and then drive back to home, or do you tell a commute?How do you work? I do. I actually work from home, I'm a sociata manager, Ispecifically specialized in building communitiesonline. Ah, so that's pretty awesome. However, I have worked up until when I had my daughter inschools in crashes. So do you, when you do community building online? Is it forcorporations or non profits? No! It's for moiintains that also work a lot online. I did work with broken water businesseswho wanted to givet online when the lock them and came into play, but it is mainly speakers. Leaders,authors who have an online community got to it's really cool used to do alot of that work in Los Angeles for a software company that is all aboutcommunity building, so I know lots o yeah, I'm linked in. So here's weirdright, I'm currently I work in the cannabis business in America. Thisparticular state I live in Canabis is legal, so I distribute cannabis wellbefore that. I have like the hugest private investigator group on linked inbecause I peripherally got involved with that, and I just said well, weneed a group. We need to build a community, so I have that and then Ialso run the biggest independent sign maker group unlinked in because I'm like Oh yeah, God, I'vejust been into the idea of community any time you have a project, you needlike a fan base. Let's call it right, absolutely angle or fun yeah. It's likespeakers like you work with their finally catching on. Like Oh, I need afan base. I need a community, so I think community is just a new kind oftwenty fifteen word for Fan Club, but I love it. Yeah O ye. I yeah you. I meanlike it's nothing more powerful than I...

...a you know, a support, supportive childagain, like a fan base, yeah yeah, no tribe is the right word. I think,because that's the really primal urge for all of us is to belong and tobelong to something. That means something outside of ourselves isreally fun. So that's that's really cool work. I don't want, don't want to digress toofar away from where you live, but I m always fascinated about the work peoplethat people do because and and we that you're able to do it from wherever. I guess in that Seeah. No, I'm just saying I mainly do work. Isay I work from home, but I work mainly on the beak on top all about a legit ontop of a month and people come there, you go and I just found I just foundout how many people live in my little town, and that is two thousand and ninehundred and ninety nine people, two thousand, not even the thousand peoplewow. That is a little ham. You I end you drive into town on a two lane road. No, we well, I mainly walk into town.It takes about twenty minutes, walk in town. However, my daughter goes toschool in another county. Although it's oneten minutes away and we drive and again that's a single road yeah one road toLa Yeah, just so yeah it gets a bit crazydown there. Sometimes, but you know, is nothing about it because I drive toLiverpool and stuff a lot as, but I drive to big cities but yeah the road, a pretty with the scareof people. It's a back road, Oh yeah, yeah. I drive on lots of back roads.Fortunately, Mars are mostly desolate, but you not a lot of people in some ofthese well yeah. I love the that you live sonear a beach because so can you tell us more about the breakdown of the UKbecause I'm fairly intelligent, a middle aged white guy in America andI've always been sort of mystified about the UK because we talk about inAmerica, you think of the UK. You just think England is the whole UK. Not I mean that's kind of likehyperbole, but I mean you know what I mean so there's Ireland, there'sScotland is Scotland. In the UK you got North and South Wales. How big is theUK? What all are those countries comprised like? You said when people mention theUK, it's mainly London, which is England. You know people say: Oh I'mgoing to the OK. Would you want to meet me and I'll be like year show aTherankathera away for me. You know on another one, like I said inthe beginning, was card. If on come its Wales, you know were going to meet me, but yeah so you've got. I am better waymake cause. My jography is not the best and thank you or little magazines fromback in the day it gave me an idea of the UK and how the tours go. Yeah,absolutely Ming Him, and then you got a new castle way up north. Yes, yes, yousee like both of them places, because my part there's not from near there andso it's somewhere. We go quite often anyway, so but yeah, it's like it's pretty huge.I mean you've got obviously you've got north Wales, South Wall, so you've gotwhales and general and you've got England, which is just in learned. Thenyou've got iland. I think I yes and Scoffin as well, not missing any, wereI no. I think it's all the whales ones that yeah that mostly and you're rightthat it's almost like someone say, O Comino, the North America. You want tomeet me and like a which part to tin is Wales. This the same thing is Welsh, whereby, yes, it's well sus a language. So in Wales is the country, God, okay,like Danish de Yeah, what is t? Is there much difference in the languagebetween English and Welsh? Oh yes, a lot well. I think that is, Ithink, the easiest way for me to explain to you. How well sounds apartfrom like talking, it is to say that we say things backwards. So, for example, if every Englishpeople say it is house, we say house, big, okay, cool, it's your so o yeah.It sounds very random, but we've got all the sometin. This I mean I, where I live, it's thebiggest name in the UK. So so, instead of seeing you have a big house, you seehouse big, yeah, basically yeah. That's probablyes this way e to pay the yeah. So I m house Bakeyeah, it's cravenly.

It's probably one of the hardest SANDAGES to learn. Although I was very forset, I was well so I learned to English. Youknow, rather than a lot of countries learn English as a second language. Inthat respect, does does that make sense? Yes, sure it in California, with theSpanish yeah beatiful. You know I mean, like Ifound it easier. I mean my daughters by Ling goal so is like cause, my partners,English and she struggled to learn. Well because I was still English athome in my parent there and she struggled to learn well, but thereagain she castle speak French, pretty awesome, so yeah yeah it's! This issomething I'm learning for the first time and that Welsh is such a differentlanguage that it's actually a second language. It's not an adaption ofEnglish at all. It's almost sounds like it's a Hebrew in the way t e, the nounsand verbs are mistake differently yeah. I wasn't aware of that. Either yeah really cool jusak digging upnuggets of information. It's pretty incredible! What do you do?What's the main form of entertainment like live entertainment where you live? Probably the where I actually live I'd probably say if any of the purposeat local bands in or local singing clubs, anything like that, like aKarakia singing club, you have you don't have Carioca, theydo have live nights where we one of our famous bands, will come downand like spend the night in the pope, singing and yeah youtiful Christmasparties and stuff like that, and that's a question sorry to interrupt him.That's a question. I just want to get out really quick. What is one of yourfamous bands from Welsh country when Wales, I'M N? I can't name one. Let me think whether I do I do have a pepe lot, favoritebands, but I don't want to like offend anyone o yeah, he man a fend. This isall about that. Honestly. This is the least offensive episode. We've done ina long time. Yeah Hoaton is a the name, everybody so from Walesin general, right yeah, it's yeah an obviously have you heardof monitis street preachers. Oh Yeah in serafine see o what there from wells. Okayama Street preachers made a big hit.Big Splash in the states, especially in the kind of that I don't know, hipunderground kind of music scene, yeah, absolutely well. The yeah like I said Idon't actually know them personally, but I hap see ye. I just like the name.I always thought the name was cool yeah yeah I was like my man got me into Seraphic to be honest and yeah, Ikind of fond a love from them, but you've got something called Gris his aswell. Who is amazing and he's the lead singer of super very animals. I don't know if youever them super furry animal sure yeah. So he's like put you off some andthen you've got Cantori as well. Claes Mathews, you got all them. I don't ifyou know any of them, but you've also got Ellen fleer as a wit. She is justincredible. Should same age as me, I think. The last time you said EllenFlynn and Ellen flare, which is double flour, is the close to Berry fest in your area. It's a wall! Sorry, the Glaston BerryFestival is that in your area- and that is main that's in England. Ithink so it's not too far for me, but it's still a good, far away like because it's people whereI actually live is quite in the depth of an island, so like even Chester, which is in England,will take about two and a half hours for us and that's probably the closestlegs that way. So it's really weird because we'requite far from everything, but not too far away just a you know what it sounds like. It soundslike Gary that she lives in a place similar to maybe Carmel like dance, but obviously not an islandcarmels, not an island but foggy and close enough to San Francisco or SanJose or what not but yeah flowers drive...

...yeah and not too many people in towneither and sounds pretty nice. Do People in your town Kim Have Nice cars? They do the well to me. They do yeah. They do as opposed to what you won T. I walkeveryone's cars, nice to me, Yeah Bay. You know I've got a good tap, but youknow cacker yet but see that's what I was going to say. You mainly see bites yea, motivies, an cycling bikes. Youalso see tractors, Quad, bikes, mini motors, random stuff, like that Ma saythis. Well, so that's pretty funny yeah just down the street on the quads so drink it yeah yeah. We not like to have the time. Isound like the farmers out here in Oklahoma. They just driving down thewrong side of the highway because they just assumed nobody was at going to beout there that was screwing around it like what get off the highway. We wethink we donuts at the form yeah anything she calls. Iwas going to say calm than but not call meet their meat forms. Okay, cool yeah.We do have local Vegan met farms as well. What rows out there? What growswell? Well, I'm not, I think, potatos. Maybethat might be totally all my friends have been a listen for some one. Ithink like what are you talking about now? What's your perspective for sureyou know I mean, and we don't expect everybody to be an expert on everytopic at all were like. If you ask me about where I live, I don't now knowthat much depth. I know broad knowledge, so I can survive, but there's alwaysweird things that pop up that someone will say. Did you know that thishappened here right on this bottom, like what? What yeah it's funny, but wedon't know that where we live to sometime yea, like I war, national power is pain.The DAFFODIL is the leaks, so I'm guessing. That is something that growspretty little hard nice. What? How do you get most of your power out there inWales? Are you like? Is it a steam or is it wind or water cold? What I think it's wind and we also have anuclear plan as well, I'm not far from where we live year. It's been that foryears. Obviously, oddly I'm a big hippie generallyspeaking, but I think nuclear is sound, yeah, yeah, yeah. I don't know muchabout going into that. All I know is that getting by fi here is absolutelyshocking. It's like it's really bad, but yeah. There's a lot of solar aswell, which is great and more more of the villages and the towns near me aregetting so out. That's really good yeah. What does a village look like when yousay a village nearby, pretty much like what I've describedreally, even though it's classes a town to me, it's the village again. What are the structures like?Because I imagine like tiny little brown wooden outhouses tacked along aroad? That's what I think of a village, I think of an old Timey, cowboy village.I think it's the same term as town. Isn't it yeah it technically, a vilage issmaller than a town. You know in if you, for example, Google it, but inthe way that things lock, I mean in our village, we have two shops, that's pretty awesome where, asentirely have like three shops and a few okay but the fils yeah, so thebuildings I mean like we have a lot of moniments as well, and we have a lot of.We have a bridge. You know like a huge bridge. We have seas. We have riversfor the houses, the really nice big houses for a village. It something youknow sure if that makes sense. Yeah like there's a place called Toho inCalifornia, where everybody has what they call quote: UN Cote Cabins. Well,a cabin sounds like a little shack right. No, these are five and feetmodelist with huge twenty foot, glass windows and things like that. Do youstill have cool castles nearby that are still standing o? Yes, we do and wehave pretty much loads. We have quite a lot of castles have other CalabanCastle is, I should think, is the smallest pieces that stand in because they'vehad to rebuild some of it, but yeah the castles are amazing andobviously there to Ros attractions of the well. So I think the money keepsthem going as well and those day back...

...to what about the sixteen hundreds yeah,I would say so, yeah and and are there any with what I call the old schoolmote with the draw bridge? And, yes, I think, be Maris. It's gotone of them. However, I've not seen that one in action, but I have seen theone cannabin. I don't think that works anymore, but as far as I know thisround three where I live, there might be more in the south yeah, but I know one of them is totally outof use because well, I'm pretty sure it's not safe yeah to see one. Sohere's an idea. What tell me about your local slang, words like what is yourfavorite word for great, like generically in America we say cool orawesome, or radical or whatever. But what do you say for something? That'sgreat, what we say by an which is basicallygreat and Welsh, and we tend to say that if the person's English, Spanish,whatever we find Titi Tayny, it almost sounds. I it does a yeah from and froman outsiders perspective, yet dian. How do you spell on ye and t a allen? I Ablue and Yam diamelen point and shout that out if there was somebody score topoint at a game or something? Yes, we were we probably about aboutfour after it yeah yeah, it's something we, I quitelong around here. Well, a lot low, actually yeah yeah. Now this is thedirt. This is what I really want to know, because you know, if you don'thave friends in another country, you never see them exclaiming on your facebook profile. Any words like these, so how would anybody ever get to know theother people slang? I love it. Yeah. Absolutely I've got friends on my facebook. That obviously speak. Well, I think English, because most of my workis to do with English, but yeah it's nice to see some of the well pros comeup as well as like that yeah. I can imagine right. So if somebody was a jerk, let's say: Is there a good work for jerk like whatwhat an what an a hole in America? I just want an ass whole kind of thing is,it doesn't have to be profane, but I mean. Is there a word that, like that wait me, I pretty much like most of myfriends or family will say something like Caer, which means like shit, ed,Odin and spell it Oh Pelle, I do I'll say ye is comeforward which comes from Cathy, which is pool so speller. Another word for to us very gay country has their own wordfor shit, yeah yeah. Absolutely! Yes, that's pretty! We on I yea a felt C, a C H, W R wow. I love it. We don't use any vowelsscrew. The vows YEAWR has enough thousand takes them out, but but it pronounces like Yiddish inthat other word: the Dah an almost sounds Asian. This is a wild language.I really have to dig into Welsh after we get off the air and start likedigging into the differences. I'm fascinated. So it is very interesting.I mean if you're learning. Well, you probably will won't learn the song. Youknow, but it's a sling that really matters for from the north. Well, do noyeah! I mean like in selfward. I love South Oils, a Ot friends from there,but they say something like the right with for caraters modern, whereas Iwould say cator, it's easy is faster and it means the same thing so that additions between the north andthe south really and plus not many people from the South speak well, whichis bad yeah. The south sounds way more English or because Moron is we use thatword in America too? Yes, how Er yeah it means a completelydifferent word. I think it doesn't a nate in of offensive. Is that offensiveor your more on his Liota stupid person? Yeah the definite yeah I mean MoranFresia is a Caris, so that's pretty weird yeah yeah. Well, I would not haveguessed that Welsh has a rolling of the RS in their language, yeah yeah. We have a lot of the. Wehave a lot of the press, turn against...

...good teeth kind of like a snake. You were invaded by theSpanish and the Jews. We so are things coved wise starting toloosen up there. How are things in town just going? How are you guys feelinghow's The vibe? You know what the place here and whereI, U Live, which I've only been here for about six months, but ten minutesaway in my other place, and here a community is just incredible. When wehit the pandemic, everyone pulled together every single person. You knowyeah, we have each other as much as we could.We sat hide to each other. We may knock them doors to make sure that people areokay, not the windows, even rather than doors. It was pretty amazing, but nowyeah people, the PEPs, are open, name, Falsi kind of have to do that becauseof your low population right, yeah yeah. I guess so I'm quite I won't, Iwouldn't say I'm Intemese, but I am quite I like my own space on my beaches.My Boma Join the club. You know yeah, I like people but to to a certain extentyeah as to be able to control the balance of people in your atmosphere.Yeah Yeah on SES yeates are a bit much they're a little hype a little overover kinetic in the big big cities, yeah yeah it can get a bit and I guessstressed out it's such a drive into a big city and I'm a lot used to it nowbetter than I used to be, but it can still stress me out, whereas I can walkup my house and in my little street this five houses. That's it so. I knowevery single person- and I know they'll- be there for me if I need them, but Ialso know that they're not very nosy either. So there's a really nicebalance there. That sounds like a nut, because you also have the the sense ofcommunity through your work, which I would have. I would I'm guessing ourentrepreneurs and things like that from Wales. No, actually, most smart clients arefrom the. U No kidding, that's awesome yeah, so you kind of an get to interactor see or hear the slang words or just normal talk of Americans through yourday to day work. I do and it interests me every time I speak to someone hassomething different to say and like, like you mentioned before, I'm comingto a Mary Fan like in example, I'm going to Disney. Is it Disney world andI'm doing I met a ton they like o? No. I live like three games away right.Okay, sorry, so I am actually one of that people. I think that's common andthat's part of why we wanted to put the show together and start seeming thevarious parts of the earth together a little more tightly in California, forexample, if there's a big earthquake, everybody outside of California assumesthat everyone in California experienced an earthquake, and it's not the case atall. California is so huge top to bottom. There can be an earthquakeliterally eight hour drive away and you're not going to a wow yeah. If youcould drive ten hours like sometimes in California, you drive so long. Youcount it by hours, not by miles o Yeah Se. I would have been one ofthem. People that thought. Oh there's something up in California. Are youokay? You know in that. would be almost like saying yea, I would like inCalifornia to the entire UK in size we just north the south of, but we see itthe same way. If so, there's a some political event or some catastrophe inthe UK instantly in America were thinking. I hope the you know PrinceCharles is okay. Whatever you know, we just we connect the strangest dots andsadly, most out there that are out of state. Think California, or or shall Isay La is California. I've talked to many many people in the East Coast andhostings going out there with that earthquake. I was like dude, that's inLa Man. That's five hundred miles south of here yeah yeah yeah and I think,like you know, like I said I am one of the people, but the more and more Italk to people in the US, I'm starting to realize it, and that is not alwaysthe case in, like you guys, as while you're putting the show together- and Iwas like a okay that is so cool. You know you get to know places likewhen I come to the US, which I am planning in coming to the US. I'm goingto run two separate states. Yeah Gary is in California, and I'm in the middleof the country in a state called Oklahoma, we're separated by a thousandmiles, probably and I'm by San Francisco, Oh wow wow, which is a he said he's by San Francisco, and Iwas going to say, which is a little bit different than bisexual yea. Less into was playing with them...

...is fucker. Well, that's the thing aboutCalifornia to Gary and I grew up in California, our whole lives and anytime anybody outside of the state would comment once the Internet came aroundthey like, Oh yeah, are you guys gay? My Quest? I thought everyone inCalifornia was gay or a movie star like okay. I know you know what I know. Thisis not exactly the same level but people say: Oh your from wells. Do youlike she, you shalt cheap, I'm like sucking on, we put them on the cliff and they backup right, that's so funny! So now I just say yeah so whatever Ye,Oh yeah, oh, when I'd introduce myself from where I'd from I'd be like yeah,I'm from San Francisco and no I'm not yehhuhs another one. Like a you fromWales, you speak well she'll like well, of course I do like, but then Irealized that actually, okay, that's not such a dumb question. You know, butit sounds like it might be where you live, but maybe not as Dome in SouthWales, yeah it uckly yeah. I've got a really big problemwith people as speaking about in Wales, I'm not against anybody who doesn'tspeak Wol. I just I don't get that well, POSIDON SPEAK WELL! I can't understandit in my head. It confuses this name, but yeah South Way. T I reallygenerally do not know why they don't speak or sir, because when I was towingup, I just thought. Oh okay, everyone speaks well around me. It must be wellyeah yeah. That makes sense. I wonder how they feel in like French Quebec,Canada also because they've, that's always been a thing there too, you gotto speak both an you. Can a well they can they don't have aCanadian they hit either English or friends for canal. Well, yeah, yeah,Quebec City, I believe, is predominantly French yeah, yeah and allof Canada has a law where all the signage has to be both Oh wow, yeah yeah, so we're pretty evilaround. Here I will sign a while so that it way you go stret well if, for the sakeof simplicity and business and commerce, I always thought like. Why isn'teveryone just agree on a language? I don't care which one but and I'll learna new one. Whatever it takes Ben, let just figure out. Let's pick a language,it kind of defaults to English in many places, but that's kind of unfair likewho picked English is, as the main one yeah yeah I get where you're comingfrom yeah. I do it's like I mean, like Isaid about my partner, he speaks well now he's not very good that I don't forEsset that, but you know he tries A. Thankfully I hear that N O. I n I'llnever hear that and get well, but he does state part, and he justsays more and more, like England is such a dumb long ago. Yeah I E it's notit kind of. Is I'm an agreement? It's nonsensical! That's for sure, there's.So many just ridiculously ill, logical rules that have I don't know you startlearning, link and there's always an exception. I, like is everything anexception in English. Well, also, the fact that in English language I don'tknow if it is with other languages, but one word means like ten differentthings yeah, it's funny to say that that'sbizarrement. We have three different works for one English word. You knowlike, for example, road road is row in what in Inglese I mean like we have. What is it? I got trancelike things myhose so like we call a drive something, then we call a road something what elsein England it's a road and that's it interested US yeah to be so. You don'thave a boulevards and avenues and things like that, not in north Wales and do I don't knowabout South Wells? No, I mean the name of my town. Do you want me to say it?So you can go you to to you o yeah Liell, where I live, is calledShanidore Coal Win Troo M, just Sandeago. That is let just my billy tomy town name. That's all I like it's like I I so so I guess I some wants to stock youit's going to be pretty hard to remember that name! Absolutely! I Icouldn't even spell it because I reemember now the way she's pronouncingit. There's there's tongue roles and things in there that that that'samazing but say I know the English version as well. Well, I'm let me translate it so. The Englishration would be something like the Church of sense, Mary in the hollowCantus of wide table trees near the rapid world, called by so to to chillTeo of the right cave. I gain okay. So...

...that's why it's so long in well, it'slong in English as well Yahan, it's very, very descriptive,like that's almost a name of a town but directions to the town, yeah well, right down by the churchleft at the tree and jump over the creek. That's the that I never actuallyknew. There was an English word for it. My generally didn't know, and he, whenI found out there was an English name. It sounds like their actions, but as inWelsh, it's like places name places rather than direction so yeah. Youstart on a lot. That's crazy! Is there a lot of towns with names like thatthere not a spake, because that's the biggestin the okay, because longest town name in the K. However, you do have shandry campers.Can it now to in things like that, so yeah, it's a lot of a, but your town is a particularly ananomaly. It sounds like which that's really N th. That's super cool. Iwonder at the city council meetings they go like. We need to shorten thename of this place. What should we call it? Let's call it Bob turn at the fence, a everybody has shortened it so yeah theshort, an De don to Sham Bo PG, which can still be a struggle that yeah shopfake that to a taxi, drive or somewhere that struggle for you non Welshspeaking people. That's awesome, do you guys have aairport or anything within? Do you have to go to Liverpool to fly yeah lever, pull Manchester the closestones, not close the S I e. That brings up the sports thing. Do you guy? Do youin your household or your town? Do you all particularly follow sports or anyparticular sports teams? My daughter, my car, is from Waken, so he spotsWigan. However, my daughter now because she plays football and she's taughtbetween support in comrades or we go. I just create intention in the family. No, it's just crazy, a fun riyeh yeah, but obviously we, I follow rug, Bat,because the rug base bare Bakeru here, but I'm not a spot bigger than football,an yeah very much so round. Here it's o yeah. I guess that I love watchingrugby. I'm not sure what I prefer watching honestly they're, both prettyentertaining, I guess they're. Neither sport is very big in America though, sowe don't get a lot of opportunities to watch them televised or you know in person, but don't you call football, what becalled soccer? Yep Yeah Yeah! That's what I'm talking. We have. We havesoccer leagues here in America, but they're, not quite world class. That'sAmerican class and some of the the best players kind of get paid highly toComplai for America teams and kind of seed, new leagues, that type of thing,so the action on our soccer fields or football fields. If you o well, is muchslower right, they're, not rock stars, justwow, because when you watch the performers in the UK, Leagues isamazing. It's such a difference or South America Leagues to were nonothing like that, so yeah we're limited to and they don't.We never see. I can't recall the last time I saw rugby on TV. I think I mighthave had cable channel. I flicked it to some New Zealand, some cable channel inNew Zealand and that's all they played, but it's hard to see those two sports,though that's a most to the couple hours ago, when they did a tour, itcame to San Francisco Nice. I played rugby in Berkeley, itwas pretty fun yeah, they call it foot yeah they were,they were playing at the at the baseball park. What do you call it? TheSan Francisco Baseball Park, whatever that is now change his name. So much love it love it a cool, so yeah, I'mnot really A. I love rugby will shakle, obviously, because I'm Woland sometimesI feel like I have to live it, but yeah, I'm not a massive sports FA.Are you s? Are you a sports doer like or do? Do you jog or sounds like you?Probably ride a bicycle and that sort of thing and hi can in yeah? Wellhiking is more like crawling a moutains for me now but yeah. I run up roundthings. I run down them and I buy canoein Kayaker yeah things like some staying fit goodfor you. It sounds like you live in a just the perfect place to enjoy theoutdoors, so the weather I like is the cliche English weather. Sorry Youre,not English, obviously, but the UK,...

...whether we always assume is gloomy. Isthat traditional is that kind of common? Where you are. I know it's a joke lot. Everybody saysthis like that: okay, but it does rain a hell of a lot sure you know, but it'snot always glue me course if that makes sense, because it's not always dark,but it does rain a lot, but when we get sun and we get hot, where the weakerhot, really hot, be ther a Human Huh, yeah yeah and then when it gets cold,it's horrible cold. It's like damp cold cause. When I went to Finland it wasminus forty and it wasn't as called as it feels like. It was here, but it'svery damp here, yeah like through your bones, so with cold. So with all thatrain, everything looks green right, yes, yeah, but the only thing is whenit stops raining and it goes sunny and hot for about three or four days.Everything sets dying quickly, so people can inyah quite tat. You don't have fire weatherwarnings. These days like I do. This is crazy. where, where Gary and I grew upis a place called the Diablo valley and every I don't know every spring, Iguess you would say exactly what you talk about. All the hills were coveredin beautiful, green grass and then one day you could tell it starting to turntwo days three days later, pure, yellow yeah and we're getting such bad winds.Now that the fire weather warnings are coming earlier and earlier each year,Oh wow, we're in it today, Oh wow, I like, I think, the worst wethe war and we had obviously was like rather alert, but we have a lot of flood in, and I meanlike the whole village where I was like was flooded, shops at clothes andeverything, but even I thank myself lately every day that we don't get asbad as like you guys do, or you know, New Zealand. Oh, I m a fairlie and yeah.It's and a people complain about the weather in North Wales and a late. Well,sorry, but if this is nothing compared to some people, yeah and a yeah, itseems similar to the American States. SEATTLE, Washington and Portland Oregonare states that have similarly gloomy kind of stereotypical weather,but obviously it just it just overcast most of the time, and that also keepsit from being too freezing yeah yeah, absolutely yeah. That soundslovely. Do you guys have you sounds like you have a canoe? Do you have? Doyou go out on the sea in a boat boat, a full sized boat? Oh God, now that'sGary Okay, I N T O is it chopping like? Is that is that see not meant forrecreation or how's? That sea and I know so many people, my daughter,included and she's only eight and she loves goin on boat and we havedifferent kind of boats. We have big tillable and then we have the sea rescue both that you can have aride on, like obviously not an an emergency, but you have a ride on andthen we have the little paddle boats with what of them things got or a. Butme myself, I am terrified and I say I go Kaikana new in I mean there's abouttwo foot of water: that's it it's just you Fei, don't own a pin just enough, but just enough that I'm not going todie of her fall out and I'm terrified of going on boats and stuff I'll goswimming, but I was Feminine Lakes. You know like trees and legs and in the seato a point, but I'm just both scare me, I'm very weird by that. That's afascinating thing, because a lot most people are just afraid of the waterthemselves and they like the boats a little bit more, but your kind of theopposite, Yeah Yeah. I T I don't even know why Igenerally did not know where this come from. I've grown up me a boat of water. I still won't go in it. That's great, so tell me now, as things are kind of progressing and youhave a young child, your partner, living in a small town. What do you seefor your future? Is this the kind of place that you you going to stay andraise your kid until she's out of college? Yes, absolutely I feel yeah I always have to. Evenbefore I had her even like before I thougt kids, I thought if I'm going tohave kids. This is where I want to bring her up. I'm very passionate about that. I grewup to her. You know I might be in a different kind of town or village but locally as aid in north Wales. It'sgood education about yeah. Absolutely I mean I'm not stupid. You know obviously you're with us. We've got one of thewell exactly you know. We've got one of...

...the highest performing university asNeros as well and as much as a like shittle, the towns of the city isthis crosses the city. The universities and the colleges are just incredible to schools are incredible. I mean theylearned. My daughter had speech problems when she was younger. Theytaught my child to to talk you know and as much as other places do that theymight do, but to me that that just means the world you know. So I are yourschools, public schools. Are they paid for and also do you have a similarmedicine system like a health care system and Wales that we hear about yeah? Well, we have a mixture of publicI paid for schools. However, I went to a public school and I can, where I went to school isnothing compared to a public school in the US. I understand there's a lot ofthings gone on there now we're very lucky, because our public school is quite. How can Isay is like quiet it's like. Maybe that's the right way of. Is We biyahvery much so you know yes, there is some bully and going on, but nothing compared to a lot of what othercountries go through, so we're very lucky to have really good publicschools. You know we do have some privateschools as well, which amazing- and I know, people who have been to them aswell. Of course, her, but yeah in particular the publicschools, a we're very, very lucky here, but they are the way they are with any tas yeah. We don't pay formedical bills. We don't have medical bills, we don't pay for medication,which is incredible. It's yeah and that's comition a pass,nothing as well yeah. That would be a big relief. I think in any country. Ifyou could just relieve the burden of having to pay every time you got sickyeah, it's it's something, I'm genuinely thankful for every day, everyday, like I said, I have friends from the US, have to pay for the medicationand they have to because they have long life, illness yeah. You know, and thenI sank myself at the medication I'm going to be on for life that I don'thave to pay for you know, and that is that's a privilege that is huge. Youknow yeah, I'm very, very thankful. I think we pay for the dentist. If we'reworking, I mean that's like thirty pounds. Now that it's nothing, you knowwow, that's great. I love hearing stories like that, because there ishope- and I think in a way it's a privilege, but it's also by design likeyou, you guys and your ancestors, you designed the society that you live in. That's true, you know, so youcollectively thought that that was a valuable thing that taking care of eachother. Its health was important enough to collectively pay for it, and I thinkthat's that's jeeze. That's huge, and I just don't understand why Americanscan't get that together or wrap their head around that idea. Yeah Yeah. You also probably take careof your not having a lot of homeless. Correct. Yes, that's very true, very, very true,especially from Sa Liverpool, which is a couple of hours away from it. Thedifference between us here, I I think I've seen a homeless person once I'mnot kidding, I'm thirty six years old and I've seen a homeless person aroundmy area once and he was in from oyls hid, walked from England, and that was that was insane to seebecause there was so many people around himtried to help, and that was like wow. But then I go to Liverpool, thenthere's a little bit more people and then I go to London. Then there's ahell of a lot more people, for example all the risk yeah yeah. You know soyeah we don't you know when we say we have homeless people. Here we havepeople who have split up from the partner, for example, and have nowhereto go, but there's always some either someone personally that will help themor our government will say by. Let's find you somebody to sleep, and it's quick, it's very, very quick,because I know because I've been there, it's it's incredible. Yeah, that'sgreat, I think, there's a couple of two fold problem with homelessness. Thehomeless issue is that they are drawn to big cities. So therefore, big citiesdevelop better homeless programs or more resource, more funded homelessprograms, which then causes more people to go. There then a lot of times thesmaller did ye say we don't really have much. You have to go to the big city.If you need help becomes a magnet at least that's the way it is in workanyway. So yeah the big cities become a magnet because they have all theservices and then I normally the...

...smaller towns in the outskirts in thecountry. Don't have many homeless because they're just they look weirdstanding alone on the intersection in the middle of nowhere with no carsdriving by whereas yeah, if they just took the bus to the big city, nowthey're with a whole bunch of other homeless people standing in line to getstuff they're with their tribe yeah in a sense they are with their tribe.Unfortunately, it rubs off because you kind of do become like the equivalentof the five people you are around the most. I kind of believe in that and ifyou start hanging around with with homeless people, you're just going toentrench yourself into that mind, set no stigma to homeless people. I knoweveryone gets there, not an nobody intends to become homeless, but byembracing that I'm new in town. Where are you from? Oh? I was homeless up inSacramento I jumped on this bus and now I'm in San Francisco, okay, I'm goingto call you Saki. What's up Seki, we noticed the homeless, guys in inCalifornia, tend to take their home city's name. So we've met people likenamed Detroit Chicago just it's funny. Wow Yeah, that's interesting! Now Ithink interesting is that right, but yeah I I yea with my with my language,I, like whatever I am saying to you now. I have to translate in my head to makesure it sounds okay, so that can get a bit of a shit some some something likedoes that make sense that is so wild yeah. I noticed you said that a coupletimes and you're speaking right on point, so I can't tell that I'm talkingto a Welsh person as opposed to an English person, I just hear the accentbut the words coming out or spot on yeah the English sounds fine. I thinkyou're translating fine on the fly. That's Quin Yeah! I try so, okay, just just to maybe wrap it upwithout being too negative, but so say I was coming to town. Would you warn meabout anything? was there anything shifty going on in any any part of thetown? This sounds like a very peaceful little hamlet that you probably ifanything, was a miss. It would be dealt with really quickly, but are there anylike cranky old, ladies that I should not go by their house, because this Imyright right, what's going on without naming names? Is there anything weshould be beat? Okay, listen to this for Sir becase.Probably the most thing I would warn you about is especially if you comedown on train right. If you're coming to my raled on my talent, sorry on atrain, it will not stop here unless it's requested. Okay, okay, so pull theRi Yeah. So that's really important toknow also, like I said before it's a longesttime name the UPA. So if you panno sending letters, I'd, learn to shortenthat or something ill planning to registeryour house. Here we end without so people. I thee when Ithink that everybody else met so far. I've been incredible. You know maybe the bad enoff day on dayor whatever, but I don't think I've, not any horrible evil people people wild up with that you, if you kind of I don't know if you, how should we dress yeah? That's what I was going to say.If you kind of dress, I can sing no, I'm probably the most normal pass sosay if we just roll into town wearing, you know kind of Newish, Danum jeans,you know not not holy. You know kind of fashionable some sneakers and I, Sir F,we don't tattoos. Oh TATII mean I've got like a lot of that's. It is, Ithink, a Fi. I think it's a pens of different people round here seem toknow if you're not from around here and they don't joke you at anything likethat, but they will say without thinking about it, and that is because they Generi Ely,like is that person from here, but the clothes and stuff is very like genie,but they will probably look weird at you. If you were short, when it's alittle bit warm because they know it's not going to last, I feel like yeah.That person is not from here called out by the shorts in appropriatewearing of shorts. That's a yellow card right there, yeah yeah! I wear shortsyou're not from around here. Where are you from boys? And then you open upyour lack of telling you yea. The do literally have this knack of say thatsomeone's not from her but they're, not just mental, not from around hereanyway, and I as I can't speak for like the saloon, because I don't know, butan evenly people are so nice, they don't always smile, but they do always say hi or have aquick kind of acknowledgment like yeah quisical had not little hand rays orsomething I ohyahts. A very popular...

...thing in now is which is young. Youknow I said before Talon Yeah Yeah. Well, this is yell, so it's likehalf of great at yeah, it's like you're right may yeah. But then, when you seean older person, be like that's, okay, a town now that's a little morerespectful yeah again yea. We have like the moreform of words for the L, Yeah Bast's less. What's up dude and more, how areyou doing, Sir Yeah? Yes Basil? Yes, it's exactly at! Is that part of Wales predominant notpredominantly, but is that part of Wales mixed races or predominantlyCaucasian? We are many Caucasian around here. However, there is more difficult peopleto in, because we have the university as well, and it's mainly because of theuniversity. So, like I mean a sales, do that yeah yeah, which is which is brilliant.You know what license so because I mean like most of my friends are Chinese nowor like Spanish as well, which is prettyincredible, yeah, it's great to get to know other,like minded educated folk that are non Caucasian, yeah, absolutely absolutely yeah, andit's in my daughter's school as well. We get in more families. I mean my little girl's best friend ishe is he from Pakistan? I think I mean I is that little Pakistani friend whenI was a kid to his thing was ashe and it was he. I learned the strangeststuff over at his house. Every time I go there, it smelled so interesting.Their customs were so interesting like wow. This is really cool. I feel likeit went to another country. Every time I went to our shoes house yeah, I reallet she on the shop where I used to live, but the MO sorry, his mom andthey're, just some. They just incredible, do mean, but yeah we aregetting more more but, like I said it's mainly because of the university yeahyeah. Something has to draw them there. Otherwise it sounds like you're so farout in the in the way backs. Nobody would ever find you on this. Theypulled the train. Stop it's really interesting. You have a town that youhave so few people you could literally fit them all into the gymnasium of thecollege and see everybody in town at once, yeah yeah, I was, I was to thin.That was amazing. That's why I lived in a small town like that in a statecalled Louisiana down on the south part of America or United States, and theproblem with that I had was that the cops knew that the police knew that toothey knew e in town and they kind of knew where you were all the time, evenif you didn't want them to. I M like this is too small for me, because I'mI'm no criminal, but I also just have a thing about authority just alwayspoking around and in the south part of America. There I mean south part of theUnited States there, just looking for people to get into trouble, you know,have you come across any movies or movie sets, are movies beingshot in your part of Wales, Yeah Merlin Merlin. I was called Oh Gosh. What was Nana wait a minutewas that the one with Sam Neil, oh gosh, I it thats true, I don't watch t yeah. Idon't watch much sally, I'm quite sad at that now you're doing right, yeah, but Ithink it were smiling. They were. Most of that was filmed near where Ilive like round the corner. where I live, that sounds amazing. Then youmust live in a really pretty place. Yeah, I'm sure that the places as well-I I just can't think on the top of my head and what are the films that wasour still have that feel of old, that that old feet. What do you call it? GodI'm trying medieval times and not in particularly where I am now,but the other, the other county, where I used to live in the other place andstill how some of the houses that were standing from like one thousand ninehundred and sixty something like that which they've madeinto the tote subtraction, which is Pretty Yoursen? We still have thequarries as well, because we did. We have a lot of work in quarries and readthe like Pret yeah, the pet yours, in to climb the T. I shouldn't what whatare they mining for out there in the cores and slaked for building houses, Buildin roofs but yeah? It's allcutting slator. I and you can literally go into a place in Cambara to cut theslaves and look at the old what they use to go through and yeah.It's amazing that I've highly recommend that you go that and it's free as well,so that's also who's famous over there.

Who Do do you. You said you don't watchmuch telly, but do you like our American people that are famous stillfamous over there like who's, a famous actor to you? I Love Jim, carry Oh yeah he's one ofher favorites American he's Canadian, but he's I can he got famous and mostpeople think he's American at this point, but he's Canadian he is great.He des is how gutless I am with films and ever seen Andy and me. I think,that's what it's called. It's a gym. Carrie made a movie aboutan actor called Andy Kauffman after Andy Coffman passed away. Oh Man in themoon, yeah so in Jim, made a documentary of himselfwhile he made the movie man in the moon and he stayed in that character and hestayed in the character and he carried around this little camera and you seethe like the movie company Collins, like Yeah, you got to stop filming youdocumentary and he's off fuck these guys, I'm going to keep filming so yeah,Andy and me is Jim Carry's Super Meta documentary of him filming a movieabout Andy Coffman. It's called so. If you're, not if you're, not watchingmuch telly, are you reading more Kim Yeah? I read a lot. I do watch telly, I just I quite likemy Sombyo so like no, I tend to yeah. I tend to watch like the walk in to thefear. A lot of I ta things like that, but I used to be a big film watcher themovie watcher, but I do read a lot yeah, the particular particular. Whatdo you call it loss for words here, OFFA, not author of subject, yeah, I'm very much into self developedMons, but as if that's on a business level or personal level. So I do read a lot of like BrennanBrown residense. That kind of thing I'm not really Gento.My was it. What's that word fiction, yeah yeah, I'm the same way: Yeah Yeah Yeah. I cannot I'm not big on fiction either.I have a hard time reading fiction myself yeah, but then saying that aswell with the box and one of the films that was filmed, the AME was king,Arthur, sorry, not moline. I think Merlin was as well the King Arthur, soI instantly wanted to breed a bok up up King Arthur. It was a bit weird I diUlar in the end, but so yeah I do try. I yeah, but I love. Reading Reagan ishuge for me, so I mean you've had a hay, propter right, OIS, huge yeah! Well,some of yeah. Some of that one was filmed lees as well. I can't rememberexactly what part I'm pretty sure some of it was from Penbrokshire, which is the south.I think okay Abe yeah an soon as I found outabout that. I was like okay yeah. I need to read a little bit, but that'slike huge, a lot of Hirco ers and that, like a lot long, Oh yeah, they suckeryou into that. Once you get stuck on that they'll keep you reading foreverlike Star Wars, and you just may keep making books after books, hiring newauthors to write news story, lines yeah, it's crazy! That's another thing aboutsours as well as the guy who played and Bath Raider was actually from. I thinkit was prestatyn which is about half an hour away fromme, O kid that was pretty awesome yeah that was present now. If it was it'sdefinitely at James Earl Jones, yeah it's if it was the old originalactor. I was a guy named David Prow, so I think just passed away like last year, yeah it to be Hamble, Co, yeah, it's all dude! You know, likeI said I don't know exactly who it was a yeah sorry. I just got to both me now,because I can't remember a something like a A. I started over allmy words to and I'm still here, yeah well yeah. You got to wait while Ido I do it. Every show John can a test yeah. This is one of our more smoothsmoothly flowing shows because normally what we do gary and I get together andwe just talk about stuff. Generally, we have ideas of things we want to talkabout. We also have catching up to do from the last week because we'refriends- and we haven't seen each other for a week, so we start talking withrecord and then somewhere in there there's. Maybe ten minutes of a coolconversation that I'll just cut out like yeah. That's fine, that's apodcast, so we just tried to keep it very casual wet. I do other podcastthat are way more formatted and you know kind of traditional, but this onewe just have fun with, but you know...

...part of the format of this one is likewell. Let's just connect people from around the world, so we've got folks inBrazil, New Zealand yourself and there's one other country. I think itwas another English person like England proper, but so far that's for, like us, shouldbe a good start, we'll see if this idea works and by all means you're totallywelcome to come back. If you ever want to promote anything that you're workingon or just check in and let if something changes in your town- and yougot some big local news you want to share like tell us that would beawesome, that'd be blest. Thank you that being an no thank you. I thinkit's a razing. What you guys, I I actually it's like this has been. It's been amazing. What we reciate wasinspired honestly. This is a very new idea of just about. Two weeks ago I waslooking through H, Bo Max. You know home box office, H Bo and they had adocument. Docu series called our town and it was a slow kind of methodical,beautifully photography documentary that just goes through the randomlittle American towns and ask people about stuff and I'm like H, e h. Thisis kind of fascinating to watch. So I'm like. Let's expand this in audio formatand just talk to people from around the world and get their input withoutgetting to yeah without and like, and I think we did a good job of avoidingpolitics. So that's nice, because politics doesn't translate well toother countries necessarily, and they definitely are dated so a year from nowno one's going to want to hear about the last years, O that's so yeah andit's very likely that beach is going to disappear. Do I mean right right,exactly oh spend so wild and Spencer wilding isthat Darth vader that was I've. Freit shows out withsomebody that ve played that rate, okay, cool o O, I n that's a new name. I haven't heardbefore that's why I'm glad she came up with that. I'm going to have to Googlethat see what's up to spenser wilding character, yeah! No guy O mind. I mightbe completely round the Kay, but you need to. Let Me Know: Spencer wildingis definitely probably a person and he did something. So let see what's upwith this character, yeah he's too shy. They don't tell youon a all right, GIMP. Well, it's been apleasure thanks for your time and you have my email information you're,always welcome to email me for any reason. If there's anything, I couldhelp you with an audio format or on linked in or face book. I'm not reallyon face book much, but if you need my help on linked in and want to meetpeople, I'm connected with me over there for sure that'd be amazing ill.Thank you sor! It's my pleasure. You good to go, go yeah! It's been great. I love it. Thisis awesome cool. Being I remember to like come for a coffee if for ever onthis way, just don't come on chain. Well, I think I want the rat an it upby the conductor and make sure he stops where he needs to stop. That's a goodpoint. o Point A. I love the training that sounds like a fun way to visitthat part of the country side as well: Oh Johnny, let's off the train andvisit her place and have coffee here we go. It's a plan, a all right, a Gary. Iwill change with you in a few minutes that was pretty fun right, so our nexttrip we're going to go round to the South West Coast, the Jurassic coast ofEngland and we're going to talk with de Lara. So when we get talking with her,we kind of digress way off from what her town is about to what she does. Ithink you'll find her work fascinating. So if big shout out to Kim Kim thanksso much for describing North Wales to us and how life is like in your littletown and as always thanks the two clean feed at clean feed, dot net for hookingup Gary and myself, with such fantastic audio nationwide and now around theworld. I look forward to talking to you guys soon and that's coming right up sochicken and now back to the wall a.

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