Ahch-To Radio #51: Chris Swift - The Enduring Legacies of Carrie Fisher & Leia Organa
Ahch-To Radio: A Star Wars Podcast
In today's new episode, Alden welcomes a close personal friend for a conversation of love, admiration, & truth regarding someone we all adore. Writer & Star Wars fan Chris Swift joins the show for a discussion on the legacies of General Leia Organa, the character, & Carrie Fisher, the writer, the woman, the mental health advocate, and the surrogate mother to us all. The conversation delves into story details, saga themes, real life implications, and heartfelt, raw insights from Chris's own internal experiences. Carrie Fisher saved lives & helped craft human stories for so many people. This is one such tale. Also, Jedi Leia rules. Fact. We want to thank Chris so much for coming on the show and being so candid & honest. Be sure to check Chris out on Twitter & Instagram! And lastly, find this show @AhchToRadio on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook! And find Alden @AD_Strider on Twitter and @a.d.strider on Instagram! Ahch-To Radio is a Star Wars podcast fueled by the love of that galaxy far, far away. Creator/Host Alden Diaz dives into news, reviews, theories, fan works, interviews, and more! This is a show that celebrates the ties that bind the fans of Star Wars, and Alden's not afraid of turning off the targeting computer for some tangents and random analysis!
Yeager: This is the Friday, September 25, 2020 version of the Market Plus segment. Joining us now Angie Setzer and Chris Swift. Chris, nothing like a good baptism by fire because Angie was out buying steaks. Thank you for your flexibility during the program.Swift: Absolutely.Yeager: You are in Nashville, Tennessee. We talked to you on the MTOM podcast about a month, month and a half ago and you told us a little bit of background. If memory serves decades covering livestock. Give me your elevator speech back when we still rode elevators.
The bulls ran out of feed with many markets giving back last week’s gains. For the week, December wheat fell 31 cents while the nearby corn contract declined 13 cents. It only took a week for the soy complex to erase most of the nearly 50 cent rally as the Chinese buying spree stopped and combines rolled. The November soybean contract fell 41 cents. December soybean meal weakened $3.50 per ton. December cotton expanded 29 cents per hundredweight. Over in the dairy parlor, October Class III milk futures decreased 73 cents. The livestock sector was mixed. December cattle shed 45 cents.
The Capacity Of Cattle And The Consumer - Chris Swift
Market to Market - The MtoM Podcast
Music City has been home to Chris Swift for his entire life and offers him a different perspective on the livestock industry. The cattle and hog markets have been eventful in 2020 with the Covid-19 virus slowing or shutting down packing plants, but that's just sped up a problem lurking in the trade.
Chris swift is a high school friend of mine and also a marijuana advocate as well as grower under his own " Swift Gardens" label(if that's what you call it) we sit and talk weed where its going when we started smoking how broke people changed how weed was distributed and much more sit back and listen and I watch Chris eat countless edibles and try to form sentences enjoy