Ramble by the River

Jeff Nesbitt

Ramble-(verb) 1. walk for pleasure, typically without a definite route. 2. talk or write at length in a confused or inconsequential way. Ramble by the River (Ramblebytheriver.com) is about becoming the best human possible. Join me and my guests, as we discuss the blessing that is the human experience. Ramble by the River is about finding an honest path to truth without losing our sense of humor along the way. It is about healing from the trauma of the past and moving into the next chapter of life with passion. Common topics include: personal growth, entertainment, pop-culture, technology, education, psychology, drugs, health, history, politics, investing, conspiracies, and amazing personal stories from guests. What does it mean to be a person? Is there a right or wrong way to do it? How has our species changed to accommodate the world that we have so drastically altered? What defines our generation? Where are we going? What is coincidence? Is time a mental construction? What happens after death? Which Jenifer is better looking (Lopez or Anniston)? Tune in to any one of our exciting upcoming episodes to hear a comedian, a New York Times Best-Selling author, a fancy artist, a plumber, the Mayor of a large urban metropolis, a cancer survivor, a Presidential candidate, Jeff's dad, a female bull-riding champion, the founder of a large non-profit charity organization, Elon Musk, a guarded but eventually lovable country musician, a homeless guy, a homeless woman, a commercial fisherman, a world-renowned photo-journalist, or Kanye West. When you go on a ramble, you never know where you are going to end up. All you can do is strap-in and enjoy the ride!

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A Moment of Relief with Your Dirty Uncle Rose Gerber
2d ago
A Moment of Relief with Your Dirty Uncle Rose Gerber
Rose Gerber is a musician and an employee of the Oregon Department of Transportation. She has two bands, (Rose Gerber and Sweet Relief AND The Yellow Bird Trio), and she works for ODOT as a day job. In this episode we talk about music, creativity, and large-scale infrastructure projects, and she will play us a few songs, which is a great mix of topics for our unique tastes here at Ramble by the River. Some topics you'll enjoy: Inside scoop on the I-5 Rose quarter improvement project and ODOT's plan to move the highway underground. The government's history of victimizing black communities. Rose's introduction to music and her path to becoming the front woman for her current band. Work-life balance and how it affects the ability to pursue one's dreams. Rose's romantic encounter with Jack during Covid-19 and what it was like to meet someone during a pandemic. Rose talks about many of her musical inspirations. Rose was a great guest and I really appreciated her taking the time to talk with me for this episode. If you are interested in hearing more of her music, check out her stuff at the links below. Enjoy the show! Keywords: Racism, Van Port flood; Oregon Department of Transportation; large infrastructure projects; Portland, Oregon; homelessness; Teach For America; poverty; Education; Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History; genetics; ancestry; Subaru; Crosstrek; neurodivergence; ADHD; Autism; seltzer. Music Credits: Wasted Education, Blue Topaz. Still Fly, Revel Day. Links: Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Facebook:  (  (  ( host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Rose Gerber Links: ( ( 2022 Ramble by the River LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
A Moment of Relief with Your Dirty Uncle Rose Gerber
2d ago
A Moment of Relief with Your Dirty Uncle Rose Gerber
Rose Gerber is a musician and an employee of the Oregon Department of Transportation. She has two bands, (Rose Gerber and Sweet Relief AND The Yellow Bird Trio), and she works for ODOT as a day job. In this episode we talk about music, creativity, and large-scale infrastructure projects, and she will play us a few songs, which is a great mix of topics for our unique tastes here at Ramble by the River. Some topics you'll enjoy: Inside scoop on the I-5 Rose quarter improvement project and ODOT's plan to move the highway underground. The government's history of victimizing black communities. Rose's introduction to music and her path to becoming the front woman for her current band. Work-life balance and how it affects the ability to pursue one's dreams. Rose's romantic encounter with Jack during Covid-19 and what it was like to meet someone during a pandemic. Rose talks about many of her musical inspirations. Rose was a great guest and I really appreciated her taking the time to talk with me for this episode. If you are interested in hearing more of her music, check out her stuff at the links below. Enjoy the show! Keywords: Racism, Van Port flood; Oregon Department of Transportation; large infrastructure projects; Portland, Oregon; homelessness; Teach For America; poverty; Education; Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History; genetics; ancestry; Subaru; Crosstrek; neurodivergence; ADHD; Autism; seltzer. Music Credits: Wasted Education, Blue Topaz. Still Fly, Revel Day. Links: Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Facebook:  (  (  ( host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Rose Gerber Links: ( ( 2022 Ramble by the River LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Danger: High Voltage! with CJ Hawkinson
Aug 6 2022
Danger: High Voltage! with CJ Hawkinson
Local business owner and longtime friend of the show CJ Hawkinson stops by with a few bottles of top-shelf whiskey and some delightful conversation. CJ talks about his rise through the ranks of Ford Electric to become a part-owner of the company in 2019, his son Gabe's life-threatening heart condition that led to neonatal heart surgery just hours after birth, and he recounts many glorious tales from Ilwaco High School. Some topics you will hear: Jeff and CJ try several high-end whiskeys as they recount their first time using tobacco as kids. Countless stories about our wacky PNW childhoods. Jeff's neighbor/nemesis becomes a murder. CJ finds something under an oven that you will never forget. A rat loses his life because of his sloppy electrical repair techniques. The typical home range of an adult male cougar. This episode also features a short appearance by Elsa Linquist. CJ has been a friend for a very long time (not to mention a supporter of the podcast) and I had a blast making this with him. I hope you enjoy! (If you want to hire CJ and Ford Electric check them out) (here) Ramble by the River Links:Ramble by the River Links: Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Facebook:  (  (  ( host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Keywords: PNW politics; Jamie Herrera-Butler; Saturday Night Live; Twitter; George W. Bush; friendship; whiskey; bourbon; rye; scotch; Big League Chew; jerky Chew; commercial fishing; Ford Electric; Ford apartments, Long Beach Tavern; football camp; Oregon State University; Gray’s Harbor College; LIV golf; Saudi Arabia; Everything Everywhere All at Once; Sometimes I Think About Dying; The Matrix; Keanu Reeves; Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure; Jared Leto; Dallas Buyers Club; chimps; Tiger King; elk hunting; Forest Gump; Captain Ron; Kurt Russel; Martin Short; hunting; cougar; Instagram; TikTok; iPhone; The Room; high school football; public transportation; Teach For America; poverty; crime statistics; Education; Ukraine; homelessness; ecology; eradication; land stewardship; weed management; Scotch Broom; Rick Moranis; Ghost Busters; Ghost Busters afterlife; movies; Alex Mack; iMovie; Whistle Pig; Jefferson’s Reserve; Buffalo Trace; Bristol Bay; Alaska; transposition of the great arteries; Legacy Emanuel Children’s Hospital; Randall’s Children’s Hospital; the flu; Ronald Macdonald House; church; religion; community; reckless driving; Autism; ASD. Crispin Glover.  Music Credits: Ruth, Duke Herrington. Still Fly, Revel Day. Copyright 2022 Ramble By The River LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
The Life of an Artist with Jacob Miller
Jul 30 2022
The Life of an Artist with Jacob Miller
Jacob Miller is a touring singer/songwriter and a featured contestant on NBC's The Voice. While in town to perform at Pickled Fish, he stopped by the studio to play a few songs and talk about his artistic process and his upcoming West Coast tour. Jacob is the first musical guest we have heard on Ramble by the River and he set a precedent that will be hard to top. Between songs we talk about his writing process, his personal philosophies, and his experiences in the music business (including his time on The Voice). Some topics you'll hear: Televised singing competitions (The Voice, American Idol, etc.) Singing at church, challenges of faith, personal truth. Song-writing strategies and styles Teaching music to kids at Avenues World School in New York. Jacob's time at an artist residency on Orcas Island. Relationship with the inner-self-critic. Jacob is a great guy. He is a fantastic musician and I am so honored to have him as a guest. I hope you enjoy the show! If you enjoy this podcast, please help us to keep making it. (Leave a review on Apple Podcasts) Link to the video from the introduction: (Saudi Arabia's Controversial Megacity Project) Keywords: Orcas Island; San Juan Islands; singer/songwriter; folk music;  Portland Oregon; Wisconsin; The Boswell Sisters; jazz; ragtime; blues; Roger Waters; Louis Armstrong; Pickled Fish; Simon and Garfunkel; Paul Simon; Graceland; Lady Smith Black Mambazo; The Voice; American Idol; Love Island UK; Nick Jonas; Disney; The Jonas Brothers; James Taylor; Blake Shelton; Kelly Clarkson; Covid-19; Dobe Fest; tattoos; marijuana; Humboldt County; Arcata, Ca; alcoholism; yoga; meditation; Education; Religion; Bible stories; evangelicalism; generational trauma; Sisters, Oregon; Subtle Lake; Subtle Lake Lodge. Ramble by the River Links: (RamblebytheRiver.com) (Patreon) (Facebook) Instagram (Twitter) (YouTube) (Episode Archive) (Jacob Miller) Links: (Tour Dates/Tickets) (Facebook)  (Instagram) (Spotify) Music Credits: Midnight Disco, Cushy. Cramp Blues, John Runefeldt. Still Fly, Revel Day. Leave, Jacob Miller. Around My Head, Jacob Miller. "The New Song", Jacob Miller. Tricks, Jacob Miller. 2022 Copyright Ramble by the River LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Seeing Double with Colten Chalker
Jul 23 2022
Seeing Double with Colten Chalker
In this delightful podcast, Colten Chalker stops by to talk about life, liberty, and love. Colten is a local electrician, an old friend of mine, and a favorite guest from Ramble by the River season 1 (Ep.5). Some topics you can look forward to: Colten’s recent wedding and the wardrobe malfunction that almost ruined everything. Colten describes the process of fertility testing and baby-making. The artistic works of George W. Bush Colten's most-hated human traits Can your dog lie to you? This is a fun podcast that actually makes some really valid points about some of the hottest political topics of the day. Kick back and enjoy! P.S. Colten Chalker's "Lost Episode" can be accessed via Patreon channel. For access click the "Subscribe" link at the top of the page on (Ramblebytheriver.com). Keywords: Whiskey; Spotify; Dark Horse Podcast; Harvey Weinstein; Hannah Chalker (Bolden); quilting; weddings; Topo Chico; Bitcoin; cryptocurrency; ADHD; fertility; in-vitro fertilization; Project Midnight Climax; MK-ultra; LSD; mind-control; C.I.A.; counter-culture; Will Ferrell; Chaos by Tom O’Neil; Charles Manson; social media; Donald Trump; Barrack Obama; George W. Bush; Alex Jones; "false-flag" operations; the Trolley Problem; Gulf of Tonkin; Pearl Harbor; Bay of Pigs; Cuban missile crisis; sinking of the Luisitania; yellow journalism; September 11 attacks; Lance Armstrong; self-pity; self-awareness; human consciousness; free will; ego; objective morality; murder; Dave Chappell; Yannis Papas; Tim Dillon; Andrew Schultz; Mark Norman; BB gun safety. Music Credits: No Hook, Pandaraps. Champagne Toast, NBHD Nick. Glimmering Galaxy; Eneide. Celestial Dreams, Eneide. Planetary Traveler, Eneide. "Untitled" Live, Jacob Miller. Still Fly, Revel Day. Love Love, Heyson. National Anthem, National Anthem Worx. Shots, Shots, Shots, Lil Jon and LMFAO. Ramble by the River Links: Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Facebook:  (  (  ( host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Copyright 2022 Ramble by the River LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Principles of Strength for the Body and Mind with Calvin Baze
Jul 16 2022
Principles of Strength for the Body and Mind with Calvin Baze
Calvin Baze is an NSCA Certified Personal Trainer currently working at Snap Fitness in Long Beach. He grew up in the tiny town of Ocean Park, Washington. (Calvin and I grew up on the same street, just not at the same time.) Within the first 10 minutes of the interview it becomes obvious that Calvin is a deep-thinker who understands how important it is to consider the effects on his actions on other people and his own life. We start with a psychological analysis to detect any psychopathic tendencies, then move into his training ideologies. He lays out many of his guiding principles and we get to peek under the hood at what makes a guy like this tick. Later in the podcast we move into more personal territory and discuss our childhood memories and how they affect us in adult life. Calvin talks about his failure to express his childhood pain to anyone because he doesn't want to appear as if he is seeking sympathy. He talks about how he has used the hardships of his past to propel him into a brighter future. We also talk about being part of an often-forgotten marginalized group: poor whites. We talk about experiencing classism and prejudice because of socioeconomic status. Other topics include: Calvin's mentors and what they have taught him. Jeff's sloppy joints (hyper mobility) the powers of journaling and self-discovery. Books that can change your life. The "Canoe Method" for mind-clearing meditation. Emotional vs. Physical strength and how to have both. Calvin is an amazing young man and I cannot wait to see where he goes in life. I have no doubt that he will accomplish every one of his goals. Settle-in and get comfortable because Calvin Baze is about to teach you the tricks of building strength throughout your life and these are lessons that you don't want to miss. Keywords: Self-education; Psychology; Human Anatomy; sociopathy; Snap Fitness; Rob and Katie Cunningham; guilt; moral value; good communication; butt-wink; emotional intelligence; codependency; holistic wellness; kinetic chains; fascia; C.I.A.; The Multiplier Effect; superficial backline; The Bodies Exhibit; journaling; ligaments; hypermobility; hyper-laxicity; humility; body-building; Kinesiology; sleep; discipline; Jordan Peterson; Long Beach; Generation X; Millennials; technology; The Matrix; parallel universes; afterlife; aliens; inter-dimensional aliens; “go fast” video; the tic-tac video; U.S. Department of Defense; war; Youtube; TikTok; screen time; meditation; awareness; mindfulness; bubble diagram; stress; pain; memories; movement; stretching; central nervous system (CNS); yoga; The Power of Habit; societal norms; respect; poverty; Anti-fragile; equilibrium; String Theory; Wolf’s law; hypertrophy; Huberman Lab; Jeff Cavalier; AthleanX; trauma; success. Music Credits: Sleepy + Hungry, Baegel. Luv, Bomul. Rich and Thick, Spring Gang. Solid Centre, Dusty Decks. Still Fly, Revel Day. Links: Ramble by the River Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Facebook:  (  (  ( host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Calvin Baze: Facebook: calvin.mecom Instagram: (@c.baze_) Copyright 2022 Ramble by the River LLC.
Ancient Chinese Wisdom and Risky Behaviors in the Metaverse with Eric Grey
Jul 9 2022
Ancient Chinese Wisdom and Risky Behaviors in the Metaverse with Eric Grey
Eric Grey is an acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist with his own wellness company based in Astoria, Oregon. As the owner of Watershed Wellness, Eric has been practicing traditional Chinese herbal medicine for many years and he stopped by the studio to talk about his business, his personal backstory, and his high-tech hobbies. We get into the details of Herbalism and Eric explains how Chinese medicine is different from the Western tradition. In the second half of the show we go deep into the risks and rewards of Web3 (crypto and NFTs) and we discuss the most common mistakes that lead to loosing your investment in the high-stakes world of cryptocurrency and NFTs. You'll hear about: Holistic wellness in the wake of Covid-19. Eric's insane first day in Oregon, which happened to be the same day as Jerry Garcia's death. The time Jeff tried making mushroom tea and his wife's mouth went numb. How to spot an NFT "rug-pull". Why is the NFT world full of a bunch of kids? Mark Zuckerberg's lame attempt to conquer the Metaverse. Psychedelic therapies, plant medicine, and healing from trauma. This is a fun episode and I hope you you enjoy it. Ramble by the River Links: Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Facebook:  (  (  ( host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Keywords: Light therapy; herbalism; herbology; Watershed Wellness; acupuncture; Chinese Herbalism; placebo effect; mind/body medicine; Qi; chi; neurokinetic therapy; DNA; junk DNA; Pacific Northwest; Arizona; Jerry Garcia; Eugene Oregon; Idaho; Astoria, OR; Oregon Reishi; immortality mushroom; porea fungus; culinary arts; Lyme Disease; Chronic Inflammatory bowl disease; inflammation; chronic illness; western medicine; preventative care; philosophy; podcast creation; NFTs; Spotify; streaming; music NFTs; Contrastive; Reality Stone; NFT Genie; Bored Apes Yaht Club; BAYC; Cryptopunks; Portals; Metaverse; The Wanderers NFT; Bitcoin; Ethereum; Solana; crypto mining; liquidity pools; crypto staking; crypto wallet types; crypto security; Coinbase NFT; Cardano; smart contracts; Meta; Mark Zuckerberg; Twitter; Cyber Pharmacy; gaming; Caveworld NFT; Crypto Cavemen; blockchain gaming; The Matrix; psychedelics; psychedelic therapy; LSD; The Stoned Ape Theory; Terrence McKenna; Covid-19 lockdowns; socializing kids; Horizon Worlds; virtual worlds; digital art galleries; Crypto voxels; Google. Music: Rich and Thick, Spring Gang. Still Fly, Revel Day. Copyright 2022 RAMBLE BY THE RIVER LLC
Particle Collisions, Manifestation, and the Power of Belief with Alicia Trusty
Jul 4 2022
Particle Collisions, Manifestation, and the Power of Belief with Alicia Trusty
This 4th of July we celebrate independent thinking. We open with a spirited discussion with my 4 year-old daughter regarding the ethical concerns of high-velocity particle physics (Spoiler Alert: they may be trying to open a portal to another dimension). We also take an unexpected turn into some real family stuff and Amelia expresses some strong feelings about her sister Elsa. Alicia Trusty joins me for the main interview and we discuss the many aspects of spiritual and emotional health. Alicia has trained in various aspects of energy work and intends to continue to delve deeper into alternative healing modalities. You'll hear about her life and family, some of her troubled past, and how she found her way to working with an amazing mentor to learn how to access hidden parts of her own psyche. Some topics you will hear: What is "Codependency" and how does it happen? Is it cultural appropriation for a white person to engage in ancient cultural practices of native peoples? How much of the new age stuff is just bullsh*t? How does childhood trauma effect subsequent development? Is mindfulness everything that it is cracked up to be? How to heal the wounds that you forgot you had. How to forgive the people that hurt you. Was Jesus Christ mentally ill? This is a very fun podcast with a ton of heart. We cover so many topics and touch on many stories that involve the local community. If you are interested in improving your relationship to the Earth, the people around you, and yourself, you are going to love this podcast! If you enjoy the show, please SUBSCRIBE so you never miss a new episode. Share a Ramble by the River link on social media. We don't spend anything on marketing so the show completely relies on organic growth by word of mouth (and keyboard). Thank you! Ramble by the River Links: Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Facebook:  (  (  ( American Independence Day; Higgs-Boson; Large Hadron Collider; fireworks; firework safety; CERN; particle physics; black holes;  Mandela effects; family dynamics; mixed family; sibling rivalry; consciousness; human technology; universal truth; Codependency; altruism; people-pleasing; authenticity; self-limiting beliefs; trauma; alcoholism; self-worth; fawning-response; exposure therapy; energy manipulation; emotional waves; resonance; family support; cognitive-behavioral therapy; mindfulness; spiritual health; religion; Shamanism; cultural appropriation; trees; mushrooms; Gaia; telepathy; remote viewing; astral projection; motivation; memory; Shakti; self-reflection; Byron Katy; Thoughtwork; Jane Mayer; plant consciousness; The Rice Experiment; non-human consciousness; plant consciousness; inner-child; intimacy; neurodivergence; meditation; ancestral trauma; Akashic records; Akashic reading; dreams; sacred land; synchronicity; The Matrix; Atlas of the Heart; Brennè Brown; objective reality; quantum physics; parallel universes; Many-worlds hypothesis; the government; James Cameron; Titanic; romance; forbidden love; Shakespeare; Jane Austen; 10 things I hate about you, The Taming of the Shrew; theater people; smoking weed; acting; friendship; dating; Roe v. Wade; famine; conspiracy; abortion; spirit animals; God; Willy Wonka; Gene Wilder; Dr. Joe Dispenza; Wim Hoff; manifestation; Human Design; soul contracts; ego. Music: Trumpet Man, Timothy Infinite. Escaping Reality, Jakob Ahlbom. If I had a Tail, Ingrid Witt. Still Fly, Revel Day. Credits: Joe Dirt clips. 2001 Columbia Pictures Industries, inc. All Rights Reserved.
Blame it on the Rain with Geoff Hylton
Jun 21 2022
Blame it on the Rain with Geoff Hylton
Bonus sneak peek of Ramble on the Road, the premium companion podcast to Ramble by the River. Available on Patreon.com. Subscribe by clicking the link at the top of the page--> Ramblebytheriver.com. If you are having thoughts of suicide, there is someone who can help. Call the (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline) 800-273-8255. Keywords: Pets; dog cancer; Dylan’s Cottage Bakery; baked goods; fasting; body awareness; calorie deficit; endocrine system; hormones; body types; body building; joint health; Kai Green; body-shaming; objectification; chem trails; conspiracies; climate change; forest fires; Department of Defense; military strategy; Agent orange; Vietnam; Yellowstone National Park; Palm Springs; Joshua Tree National Park; Kevin Kostner; Yellowstone flooding; solar power; National Parks; Seasonal Depression; Seasonal Affect Disorder; Alaska fisheries; weed control; ecology; death; mortality; bonsai trees; Japanese garden; meditation; stress-relief; cortisol; sauna; quantum physics; quantum mechanics; consciousness; aliens; alien civilizations; Lex Friedman Podcast; existential threats; Spotify; Tik-Tok; algorithms; Werewolves of London; China Road; Hong Kong; Doobie Brothers; Sweet Melissa; Midnight Rider; Ramblin Man; Waco Tron; acceptance; free will; suicide; suicidal ideation; drug addiction; mortality; self-sabotage; self-love, self-care; self-abuse; grave digging; funeral home; drugs; drug abuse; working out; hip pain; reverse hyper. Ramble by the River Links: ·      Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) ·      Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·      Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com ·      Facebook:  (      Instagram:  (      Twitter:  (      Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm
Mandela Effects, Ancestral Trauma, Smoked Trumpet Mushrooms, and Chemical Drama with Madeline Pointer
Jun 18 2022
Mandela Effects, Ancestral Trauma, Smoked Trumpet Mushrooms, and Chemical Drama with Madeline Pointer
Local artist and longtime friend Madeline Pointer joins me for an enlightened discussion about the state of the world, the future of humanity and why it is so easy to fall in love a good salad. I explain my findings regarding Elon Musk's plan for global domination, Madeline talks about the wild foraged ingredients you can find in local PNW cuisine. We bond over our common dopamine regulation deficiencies (ADHD). And we recount some of our finest memories from Ilwaco High School. Topics include: Is Elon Musk the antichrist? What is the Mandela Effect and is it proof that we live in a simulation? The surprising history of drugs like MDMA and Psilocybin. Technologies that will define our future. I really enjoyed making this episode. Madeline was a fantastic guest and I couldn't be more grateful for her candor, her humor, and most of all, her patience (it took me a long time to finish it). Thanks for listening! Ramble by the River Links: ·      Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) ·      Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·      Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com ·      Facebook:  (      Instagram:  (      Twitter:  (      Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Reference Links: 1. Clip from The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. NBC. From Youtube.com. Accessed 6/17/2022. 2. Clip from Global News Toronto. From Youtube.com. Accessed 6/15/2022. 3. The Big White Lie: The CIA and the Cocaine/Crack Epidemic. 1993. Accessed from  ( NBC’s LX news. “What Sinbad’s Kids want you to know about Shazaam”. From lx.com. 6/17/2022. ( Keywords: Covid-19; service industry; essential workers; Osprey Cafe; real-estate; homelessness; housing crisis; news sources; flat-earth; Tik-Tok; shapeshifters; reptilians; algorithms; Google; Facebook; Twitter; Apple; education; college; cured meats; food preservation; ADHD; crisis mode; Elon Musk; Qanon; Aliens; Project Bluebeam; CIA; cocain; heroin; LSD; veterans; narcotics; Afghanistan; opium; poppy fields; Chaos by Tom O’Neill; Joe Rogan; Jiu Jitzu; working memory; plants; flora and fauna; gardening; art; puffins; Puffin Rock; trauma; ancestral trauma; Haystack Rock; Cannon Beach; Oregon; The Simpsons; Elf; foraging; Forage and Farm; mushrooms; Wavecrest Inn; stinging nettles; medicinal plants; feet; trumpet mushrooms; knitting; television, conspiracy; deep state; Tesla; Google; Grimes; Lex Friedman; The Lex Friedman Podcast; Neuralink; Starlink; SpaceX; Solar City; Google; Marvel Comics Universe; Twitter; Dopamine Nation; Mandela Effect; drugs; cannabis; mushrooms; Barenstain Bears; drugs; psychedelics; black onyx; obsidian; crystals; pseudoscience; scientific method; human memory; repressed memories; religious brainwashing; groupthink; trauma; dopamine; creatives arts; wild local ingredients; Pacific Northwest Cuisine; beautiful salads; stinging nettle; wood sorrel; fiddlehead ferns; natural...
Farting Through Silk with Mooch Smith part 2
May 7 2022
Farting Through Silk with Mooch Smith part 2
This episode features a guest appearance by Melissa Nesbitt and also includes the second half of the Mooch Smith interview. Topics: -How to give your kid an advantage in sports. -Violence and its natural place in the social order. -Teaching kids how to manage money. -The legacy of Butch Smith. -Are NCAA athletes exploited? Should they be paid? -How to fix the problems with higher education. -Regretful memories of being an asshole as a teen. Mooch is a great guy and I enjoyed this recording. I hope you enjoy listening. Keywords: Alternative sports medicine; cryogenic therapy; sports medicine; hyperbaric chamber; Coho Charters; college sports; BarstoolSports.com; social bonding; summer jobs; saving money; Salmon; Chinook Salmon; Pacific Fisheries Management Council; Butch Smith; Dale Beasley; Orca Task Force; hatchery production; marine mammals; Marine Protection Areas; sport fishing; commercial fishing; gill-net fishing; charter fishing; salmon hatcheries; hatchery production; California King Salmon fisheries; Columbia River; Bolt Decision (1974); lobbying; teachers’ unions; teacher salaries; Western Washington University Men’s Crew; Central Washington University Baseball; 30-for-30; ESPN; Lumen Field; Seattle Seahawks; student athletes; student loans; federally-subsidized loans; student aid; higher education; scholarships; inflation; cost-of-living; rude kids. Ramble by the River Links: ·      Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) ·      Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·      Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com ·      Facebook:  (      Instagram:  (      Twitter:  (      Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Music Credits: Still Fly, Revel Day. The Rooftop, David Gregory. Slipping, AGST.
Addicted to Addiction featuring Geoff Hylton
May 3 2022
Addicted to Addiction featuring Geoff Hylton
Geoff Hylton joins me for this episode as we discuss drug addiction and the mechanisms that are involved, followed by a personal talk regarding addiction in our own lives and how it has played a role. We also cover Geoff's dating life, strange cultural practices of the Pacific Northwest, industry secrets behind "imitation crab", "wild-like fish" and other seafood conspiracies, sugar: the other white drug; the surprising benefits of prayer, and some of the dangers facing women today. The first half of this episode is more technical than the usual free episodes and we go deep into the processes that underly our biological and psychological functioning. You will hear some technical jargon, but it has plenty of comedic breaks and very genuine personal moments that make the science seem very palatable. This is a very personal episode and I like how it turned out. I hope you enjoy it. If you do, please share it with a friend. The best way to help the show is to talk about it. Thank you for supporting Ramble by the River. Much love, Jeff Go to Ramblebytheriver.com and click the Subscribe link at the top of the page to sign up to get all of the Ramble on the Road episodes. Ramble by the River Links: ·      Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) ·      Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·      Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com ·      Facebook:  (      Instagram:  (      Twitter:  (      Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Keywords: Addiction; recovery; drugs; alcohol; rehabilitation; Permanent Midnight (book); Permanent Midnight (1998 movie); Jerry Stahl; Ben Stiller; memoir; Addiction research; Addiction formation; Addiction treatment; clinical depression; mental illness; defense mechanisms; drug instrumentalization; healthy drug use; Dr. Carl Hart; Drug Use for Grown-ups; heroin; opiates; amphetamines; ADHD; medicating children; Adult ADHD; romance; food; fishing; industry; prayer; masculinity; protection the weak; parenthood. Music Credits: Supine, Peter Sandberg. Tango de la Muerte (instrumental), Blood Red Sun. As History Unfolds, Christoffer Moe Ditlevsen. Awake, Megan Wofford. Bungalo Bed, Moon Craters. Luv, Bomull. Soda's Interlude (instrumental), Pandaraps. My reverie, Bomull Still Fly, Revel Day. Copyright 2022 Ramble by the River LLC.
Farting Through Silk with Mooch Smith part 1
Apr 27 2022
Farting Through Silk with Mooch Smith part 1
Mooch Smith (current Athletic Director at Naselle School District) joins me to re-open old wounds and finally begin to heal after years of ignoring the pain. We start by recalling what was likely the first time we met; facing-off in what came to be remembered as a controversial match of pee-wee football. We move-on to discuss the Naselle Youth Camp's impending closure and we get the inside scoop from Mooch. We cover topics ranging from personal to political. At times it gets pretty intense but we always maintain humor and open-mindedness throughout. Along the way you might hear: what inspired Mooch to become an educator, his philosophies for coaching and for managing coaches, why community matters, what its like to raise kids in your hometown, and a bunch of stories from back in the day. You'll also get in-depth coverage of news and current events such as: Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter, the failed Red Bull stunt that ended with a plane crash, and the latest legal issues for Donald Trump. If you enjoy the show, please share it! Keywords: Sports; Naselle high school; high school basketball; track and field; State basketball championships; Naselle Youth camp; taxes; social services; hiring; employment; economy; Mike Rowe; entrepreneurship; competition; football; job interviews; specialization; economic stimulus; Social Security; food stamps; EBT card; Gun-toting Liberals; Joe Rogan; cable news; Tom Trudell; Contemporary World Problems; Central Washington University; Teach For America; Dylan Jude Herrell Community Center; fisheries; salmon recovery; advocacy; charter fishing; hatchery production; commercial fishing; teachers union; collective bargaining; teachers salaries; NCAA; athlete endorsements; bullying; football; ; Social Security; education; teachers. Ramble by the River Links: ·      Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) ·      Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·      Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com ·      Facebook:  (      Instagram:  (      Twitter:  (      Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Links: Portals: Theportal.to Spatial: Spatial.io Music credits: Joyful vs Happiness, DJ Denz. I Didn't Forget You (instrumental), G Curtis Fear Is Temporary, Jo Wandering. Dust Turns to Gold, Hampus Naeselius. Still Fly, Revel Day. 2022 Copyright Ramble By The River LLC.
Big Fish in a Small Pond with Hannah Clardy
Apr 20 2022
Big Fish in a Small Pond with Hannah Clardy
Hannah Clardy joins Jeff to discuss parenting, growing up in Ocean Park, and graduating from Ilwaco High School. Some highlights include: behind-the-scenes of podcasting Gun-Toting Liberals history of Guam cancelled names like Alexa or Karen the awful things that children say men's work vs. women's work explaining hard things (war, sex, gender, etc.) to kids thinking about thinking the love-triangle that got Megan the Stallion shot homemade health products containing parasitic zombie fungus. You'll also hear some great stories such as the time Hannah and Jeff bumped into a teacher while drunk at a concert, and Hannah explains why she likes to bully former presidents on Twitter. Hannah is a lot of fun and it was great to sit down with her for this podcast. I hope you enjoy! Keywords: Taxes; IRS; Da Baby; Lil Baby; Little Richard; Tory Lanez; Megan Thee Stallion; Lil Jon; Roger Miller; Electric Light Orchestra; Manfred Mann's Earthband; Blinded by the Light; guns; abortion; Guam; war; Siri; Alexa; Wyndham resorts; hospitality; happiness; gratitude; Willamette University; Salem, OR; Spokane Falls Community College; art; painting; cross-stitching; Pintrest.com; wreath-making; Disneyland; pedophiles; president Zelinski; Ukraine; Russia; Putin; Twitter; Donald trump; insults; parenting; TopGolf; anime; Kiki’s Delivery Service; Gibli films; Wiccan religion; spirituality; conformity; Lemmings; Macarena; Beyond Nails; Warrenton; iPhone 13; genetics; 23andMe; Ancestry.com; siblings; family resemblance; fashion; mom jeans; Abercrombie and Fitch; Hollister; Hot Topic; Jake Cologne; Kirkland Signature; Costco; Tory Lanez; Megan Thee Stallion; Kylie Jenner; nursing; ADHD; self-diagnosis; flow state; time blindness; meditation; disassociation; shopping; impulsivity; serotonin; dopamine; drugs; cocaine; alcohol; Onnit.com; Joe Rogan; nootropics; mushrooms; foraging; edible mushrooms; Lion’s Mane mushroom; Chaga; Kava; Cordyceps; zombies; Bigfoot; Sasquatch; Pangea; elephant diaspora; gigantopithicus; infrastructure; teddy Roosevelt; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; The new deal; National Parks; air quality; water quality; Jack Johnson; Nada Surf; Franz Ferdinand; Death Cab for Cutie; Kelly Jacobson; The Gorge Amphitheater; Jack Johnson; The Shins; Sasquatch Music Festival. Music: Don't Understand; Dylan Slitts Still Fly, Revel Day. Ramble by the River Links: ·      Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) ·      Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·      Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com ·      Facebook:  (      Instagram:  (      Twitter:  (      Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Hannah Clardy Links: Instagram: @324Hrc Twitter: @Han_nahTweets Copyright 2022 Ramble by the River LLC
The Farewell Episode (A Friend That Rips Will Frost Your Tips) w/ Chris Hill
Apr 1 2022
The Farewell Episode (A Friend That Rips Will Frost Your Tips) w/ Chris Hill
On this first day of April, Chris Hill joins me as we recount our greatest victories and our most humbling defeats. We dive deep into the intricate social lattice-work that underlies relationships in this small rural community and we make sure to include all of the juicy details. In other words, we gossip a little bit. Some topics include: Chris stepping up and becoming a real man at age 11, Chris working on a farm for pennies and six-pack abs, Chris coaching me (Jeff) in high school football and assuming based on our interactions, that I am of low-intelligence, and more! We hear about Chris's family, his coaching philosophies, and he tells us which players over the years were his greatest honor to coach and which ones were the greatest disappointments. His answers might surprise you... In case you are worried, this is not the final episode. That was a simple April Fool's day prank and I hope I got you. Come back next week for part two! ................................................. Music: Golden Crates, Dusty Decks. Old Grump, Smartface. Still Fly, Revel Day. Jordan Peterson audio clip taken from Instagram. ................................................. Ramble by the River Links: ·      Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) ·      Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·      Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com ·      Facebook:  (      Instagram:  (      Twitter:  (      Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm 2022 Copyright Ramble by the River LLC.
The True Story of The Universe with Dr. Rich Blundell
Mar 24 2022
The True Story of The Universe with Dr. Rich Blundell
On this episode, Dr. Rich Blundell; art patron, recovering academic, and founder of oika.com joins me from literally the opposite end of the continent and we discussed the plight of humanity, the gift of consciousness, and how art can change the world. Dr. Blundell is well-spoken, educated and seems to have spent a lot of time constructing his unique set of beliefs. He attempts to bridge the gap between science and mysticism by bringing public awareness to ecological intelligence and explaining what it means and how we are all a part of it. Some of the topics we covered include: the limitations of modern science, phenomenology and the power of the lived experience, and why we should all start challenging our entrenched narratives and seeking novel ways of being. The bottom line that I took away from this one: revel in life and appreciate the wild ride. Thanks for listening. Keywords: science; ecology; energy exchange; phenomenological research; meditation; nature; Carl Sagan; Cosmos; formation of the self; chakras; ancient wisdom; the ego; narrative; cultural cynicism; positive feedback loops; interplanetary travel; Elon Musk; Mars; fractals; art; art history; Rene Descartes; Cartesian dualism; consciousness; time; plank limit; Teleology; empathy; shared experience; spirituality; religion; ontological continuity; Oika; ecological intelligence; feminine energy; masculine energy; gender; cognitive theory; embodiment theory; psychology; John Vervaeke; The Meaning Crisis; Awakening from the Meaning Crisis;  Ramble by the River Links: ·     Patreon: (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) ·     Website: (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·     Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com ·     Facebook: (     Instagram: (     Twitter: (     Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Want more from Dr. Rich? (oika.com) (All about Oika) ( (Big History in three minutes) ( (videos of Oika Course content) ( (Oika in a bullet list) ( (the latest Oika interpretations of artist I'm working with) ( (the current Oika Art collaboration) ( (outline for an overhaul of philosophy) ( (the bluefin tuna origin story) ( (an early VR project) Music: Round on Me, Just Normal. Homecoming; Future Joust. Still Fly, Revel Day.
Long Roads, Hot Takes, Hot Loads, & Heartbreaks w/Casey Venus
Mar 14 2022
Long Roads, Hot Takes, Hot Loads, & Heartbreaks w/Casey Venus
Casey Venus joins Jeff to talk about his childhood, his marriage, and his professional journey. They cover a handful of topics related to their local area, including wild mushroom foraging, local cuisine, and the local nightlife. We hear from the saga of Casey's romantic life including the story of his first orgasm, which might surprise you. Also, I believe we got his second orgasm in there too. And of course Jeff chimes in with his own sexual anecdotes in a manner that would be so inappropriate under any normal circumstances that he had to create his own show. Additional topics include: the career of Billy Zane, repressed memories, Christian-rock music, podcasting, Chuck Barry vs Chuck Barris, Joe Rogan's use of the N-word, and the formation of a brand new political party called the Gun-toting Liberals party (GTL). Jeff's lovely daughters join him for the intro to reiterate that this episode is for adults only. The content is graphic in nature and while hilarious, may not be suitable for younger listeners. Keywords: ASMR; Youtube; NFTs; Cult of Meerks; Ukraine; Russia; misophonia; Billy Zane; The Mummy; Dwayne The Rock Johnson; Zoolander; Hollywood Video; Robinhood Men in Tights; Dave Chapel; Cancel culture; censorship; Russel Brand; Joe Rogan; Apple Podcasts; UFC; Qanon; mushrooms; Matsutake; psilocybe; cooking; culinary arts; Religion; theology; Puritanism, sexual health; masturbation; sexual fantasies; repressed memories; sexual abuse; sexual education; kinks; deviance; romance; guns; violence; salmon; salmon fishing; salmon habitat restoration; Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife; salmon hatcheries; steelhead fishing; black bear; trophic cascades; The Apprentice; Trump; economy; Covid-19 relief; Reddit.com; Discord servers; Google; fermented foods; kimchi; Hawaiian plate lunch; teriyaki chicken. music: Incessant, Ofelia Moore Still Fly, Revel Day Links ·      Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) ·      Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·      Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com ·      Facebook:  (      Instagram:  (      Twitter:  (      Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm
Wandering the Wild Willapa with Seth Flemetis
Feb 28 2022
Wandering the Wild Willapa with Seth Flemetis
One of Mother Nature's favorite sons, local outdoorsman Seth Flemetis joins me to talk about living in rural Washington, working in natural resources, and being a steward of the land. Seth grew up in the Willapa Valley and now he is working to protect it from invasive species. This conversation goes deep into life in coastal/rural Washington and what it means to thrive out here. We talk about hunting, fishing, invasive species management, and we go deep into Seth's wild hobbies: dirt bikes, building and jumping custom trucks, and butchering meat on weekends. We even meander into family relationships and you get to hear about Seth's history of family turmoil and the lessons that Seth has learned from his brother, who suffered brain-damage following en epileptic seizure. We cover a lot of ground, talk about some deep personal stuff, and have plenty of laughs. This episode is about living in the moment and finding joy in your life, even when disaster strikes. Seth broke both arms, both legs, both collar bones, four ribs, and his neck and back twice each, but still has a great attitude and is excited to keep living life to the fullest. This podcast was a pleasure to make and I hope you enjoy it. This is National Invasive Species Awareness Week. If you need information regarding invasive species in Washington State, check out these resources: (WA Invasive Species Council) (Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board) (Pacific County Noxious Weed Control Board) Ramble by the River Links: Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Facebook:  (  (  ( host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Keywords:  Invasive Species Awareness Week; Loomis Lake; fishing; conservation; European Green Crab; manilla clams; Willapa Bay; Spartina; habitat destruction; biological weed control; outdoors; hunting; deer; elk; black bear; dog training; processing meat; photography; coyotes; population control; hoof rot; Toyota; custom trucks; jumping trucks; off-roading; game cops; poaching; relationships; riding dirtbikes; Ward Creek MX; spartina alterniflora; mechanics; airboat maintenance; WDFW; Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife; USFWS; pescatarian diet; vegetarian diet; veganism; microbiome; airboat operation; The Waterboy; muscle memory; motorcycle accident; TRX450; yoga; breathwork; boxing in VR; podcasting; click bait; controversy; integrity; fighting; striking technique. Music: Little Moments (instrumental version), Gamma Skies. Dreaming Out Loud; Middle and End. Fool's Paradise, Ofelia Moore. Still Fly, Revel Day.
High Rooftops, High Spirits, and High Rollers with David Casper
Feb 21 2022
High Rooftops, High Spirits, and High Rollers with David Casper
Former frontman of the Band Bag of Grass, David Casper is now a construction worker living in the Pacific Northwest. David drops by the crabshed to talk with me about our shared experiences in school, working in dangerous environments, and the possibility of undiagnosed cognitive and psychiatric issues. We go into the nuts and bolts of working in the construction field, with an emphasis on roofing, a job both of us have done. We also talk about David's struggles in school, his possible dyslexia, the back injury that left him stuck in a brace and unable to compete in the sports that he loved. We also get to hear about the first time David tried Marijuana, and that story has a surprising character. If you like a good old-fashioned hang, this is the podcast for you. We had no main agenda, but we somehow kept hitting one interesting topic after another and the two hours flew by. Thanks to David for being such a great guest. Enjoy the show! Topics: ·      David sees his boss fall 14 ft from a roof, David is almost impaled by aluminum spears, David’s promising high school sports career ended early due to a severe spinal injury, David had a back brace in high school, David starts smoking weed and forms a musical group to compete in Battle of the Bands, David’s music makes some enemies... This episode is sponsored by... Night & Day Detailers Brian Marteeny o   Facebook:  (   Phone: (503) 858-2334 LINKS: Dyslexia Quick Facts (From ChildMind.org) o    ( Diagnostic Criteria for substance use dsisorders (from Verywellmind.com) o    ( Gottman, 4 Horsemen of Divorce o    ( Four horsemen of divorce; Dr. John Gottman;  House construction; roofing; Dr. Roof; OSHA; PPE; roofing materials; thrill-seeking; footwear; Xtra-tuff boots; work boots; foot mobility; back injuries; back brace; Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia; Always Sunny Podcast; running sports; track and field; 400m dash; body types; endomorph; ectomorph; mesomorph; Uncrustibles; Oreos; sleep-walking; sleep-eating; double stuff Oreos; monkeys; cake; rice; health food; fried rice; HelloFresh.com; home cooking; football; head injuries; music; learning guitar; song writing; battle of the bands; Myspace.com; Job Corps; Lucas Barret; dating; online dating; Carmen Electra; Pam Anderson; big butt culture; relationships; sleep; conflict resolution; dyslexia; bias; diagnostic criteria; DSM-V; ADD/ADHD; marijuana; cannabis; CBD; childhood behavior; ego; work fantasies; fear of heights; leadership; management; local history, Ilwaco Heritage Museum; Charles Mulvey; stock markets; SHIB; day-trading; investing; sky-diving; wingsuit cliff-diving; Dyslexia; Specific Learning Disorder; psychiatric diagnosis. Music: ·      Into the Wild Again, Eden Maze. ·      1-800-DIRTY, Fashion. ·      Trouble Stay Away From My Door, Roy Williams ·      Still Fly, Revel Day. Ramble by the River Links: ·      Patreon:  (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) ·      Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·      Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com...
Love in the Time of Covid-19 with Melissa Nesbitt
Feb 14 2022
Love in the Time of Covid-19 with Melissa Nesbitt
This is a special episode. Today we celebrate Valentine's Day with an intimate evening with the Nesbitts. Melissa Nesbitt makes her much-anticipated return to Ramble by the River, and she brought with her a Valentine's Day couples quiz, an old Highschool yearbook, and a bottle of wine. Jeff and Melissa take their time going through the couple's quiz and discussing the answers. The audience will enjoy a peek behind the curtain as Jeff is able to let down his guard and truly have a fun and relaxing time as the host. They have a lot of laughs, talk about a ton of important issues in the world today, and only brag about their kids a little bit. There is a lot of local shout outs in this episode, so if you hear us talk about you, say hi back! Thank you to my wife Melissa, not only for being the guest this week, but for supporting me while I make this podcast week-after-week. In fact, as I type this, she is inside wrangling kids and keep everything in order, as she does. Have a happy Valentine's Day everybody. ...................................................................................................................... Ramble by the River Links: ·      Website:  (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·      Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com ·      Facebook:  (      Instagram:  (      Twitter:  (      Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm ...................................................................................................................... introversion; extroversion; sensory overload; Autism; Asperger’s; theory of mind; introversion; extroversion; social norms; dinner parties; dichotomy; social needs; loneliness; hedonic adaptation; negativity bias; attachment; neurobiology of attachment; National Boards; travel; Facebook; Valentine’s Day; coaching; flirting; infatuation; Holiday Friends; grandparents; San Juan Islands; skiing; driving; speeding tickets; Western Oregon University; competitiveness; darts; ping pong; horse shoes; Podmatch.com; antidepressants; SSRIs; Zoloft; Prozac; Dopamine; food; happiness; sadness; unicycle tricks; retirement; Himalayan salt lamps; Amazon.com; Prime Day; Tesla Cyber Truck; Jeep; September 11th; Eagle Crest Resort; George W. Bush; Vladimir Putin; anthrax; American Airlines flight 587; ENRON; Apple Computers; Concord jet; Sketchers; Mountain Code Red; Blockbuster Video; Napster; Harry Potter; George Harrison; O Brother, Where Arty Thou?; Frank Ocean, Post Malone; Michael Jordan; Washington Wizards; Tom Brady; Giselle; Barry Bonds; Kobe Bryant; Venus and Serena Williams; Ilwaco friends: CJ Hawkinson;  Laura Schott; Alex Mack; Kyle Herzog; Brian Marteeny; Tara Hankins; Mooch Smith. ......................................................................................................................................... Music: ·      Dancing With The Devil, Bonkers Beat Club ·      Never The Less, She Persisted, Bonnie Grace ·      Through The Hourglass, No Thanks ·      One More Day (without you), King Sis ·      Still Fly, Revel Day. 2022 copyright Ramble By The River LLC